Doctrinal Statement

Here’s what I believe according to the holy word of God, the King James Bible. The full statement of faith can be found from “Genesis 1:1-Revelation 22:21“. Hopefully not too much of this is corrupt from my frequent use of Strong’s Concordance several years ago. Those items marked with “»_«” are ones that will separate me from other “Christians”. Please leave any comment on what I believe for any revision you may feel necessary. Source citations other than verses in the KJV are for further study (Example: “Final Authority” [also cited as example of belief illustrated in a title]), demonstration of Bible fact in history (Example: “In Awe of Thy Word” and “The Enemy”) or what put a thing together for me which pointed out or tied together Bible verses for support (Example: Mike Hoggard’s videos: “The King James Code”, “Jesus Christ, DNA and the Holy Bible”, “Which Bible? You Be the Judge”, “UFO’s: Chariots of the Beast”, et al.). I will be working this page on for a while…bear with this. Got a serious question as to what I’ve already written? Ask below.

Filled out from its original 9/30/13

Romans 16:17 | II John 1:10-11 | I Timothy. 4:13


The Holy Bible is, today, the inerrant infallible word of God (Psalm 12:6-7; John 17:17; Psalm 119:160; Is. 30:8) . It was given by inspiration in the “original autographs” (Isaiah 30:8; Psalm 45:1; II Peter 1:21) and as they were copied and translated accurately the words of those copies were also given by inspiration. It did not matter if the “originals” passed away (Jer. 51:63 (yet including chapters 45-__  [Where Are the Originals?]; Deuteronomy 17:18; II Tim. 3:15-16), God’s word was preserved as he promised in Ps. 12:6-7 (see also “Psalm 12:6-7 Vindicated“). I believe that God can translate His words into other languages (Romans 16:26; Matthew 24:14; Colossians 1:6; “In Awe of Thy Word” and “Which Bible? You Be the Judge Part 3”) and has since the cannon was completed in the first century (Rev. 22:18; “Did the Catholic Church Give Us the Bible?”; “Sabotage?”) every generation has had the ability to find all the written Scriptures that God had spoken to that date (Psalm 12:7; Hebrews 1:1). The chiefest of all translations of the Bible is the Authorized King James Bible of 1611 and it is one of the “all scripture…given by inspiration of God” (II Tim. 3:16). The KJV is absolutely reliable and authoritative (hence “Final Authority”) in its very words and word choices. Every prior English version that differed from it in texts (like I John 2:23 with Tyndale) are one of the purification steps up to the King James Bible. All English Bibles that differ from the 1611 in text since the time of its writing are not Holy Scripture but rather flesh induced Satanic perversions which can never to be treated as though they have authority.


God is the creator of all things (including all matter, time and space) (Gen. 1:1; Psalm 90:2; Malachi 3:6; Psalm 93:2). He is eternally existent (Is. 57:15) as three persons: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ, the Word), and the Holy Ghost (commonly called the Trinity [see I John 5:7]). He is Omnipresent (Jer. 23:24) and does not change (Mal. 3:6).


»The second person in the Godhead (I John 5:7; John 1:1; Rev. 1:11; Col. 2:9; Micah 5:2). The incarnated Son and Word of God (I Tim. 3:16; John 1:14). Jesus was born of an imperfect woman (Luke 2:22) as a perfect man that lived a sinless life though He was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin (Heb. 4:15).« His earthly ministry lasted for three years (Levi. 30 yr., not yet…) and he was crucified on mount Calvary (or Golgotha) at age thirty-three (i.e., 3 recorded passovers; see also “The Cult of 33“). »He shed His blood to pay for all mankind’s sins (Col. 1:14; Heb. 9:22II Peter 3:9), taking our punishment upon Himself (by himself purged; took our sins upon himself).*« He died on the cross on Friday and on Sunday morning (the third day; II Sam.?) was bodily risen from the grave by the Father (raised up our Lord). »He went about in His glorified tangible body for 40 days (_) then ascended bodily into heaven (Acts 1:  ; Luke; above all heavens). He now sits on the right-hand of the throne of God (right hand) and will return for those who are alive and saved and the bodies of those who have died saved (I Thess. 2:16)«(most likely before and after the Tribulation [II Thess. 2:7; Rev. 4:1; “The Seven Raptures”]).


The third part of the Trinity (I John 5:7) which dwells in the believer (Romans 8:9; Ephesians 4:6; I Corinthians 3:16; 6:19) and comforts him (John 14:16, 26). It manifested itself in biblical mericales and tongues (Acts 2:4; “Speaking with Tongues” is not the Holy Ghost I Cor. 14:14). See also Teaching On Tongues by Mike Hoggard. Guides the believer into all truth (John 16:13).


Any man (I John 5:1) that believes (John 3:15) in their heart that Jesus Christ is Lord, that He died for his sins and was raised from the dead is saved after he believes. Salvation is by grace through faith alone in the blood of Christ. I also believe that true conversion will show in the individual’s life. I at present believe that if one was saved and then loses his faith and becomes a reprobate of heretic, he has also lost his salvation. (I’m not entirely sure on this, so I am willing to hear what anyone that believes in eternal security’s arguments. I will be, I’m sure revising this partially Arminian belief, I am sure, after I study what the Bible says without the aid of “the Greek”.) (See also: Pastor Mike Online 07-24-12, Eternal Security and Losing Your Salvation, Part 1 and 2)(Galatians 2:16) “Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified.” Ruckman, Grady, Ward, Larkin, Scofield, Darby, et. al, seem to have NEVER READ THIS. (see Dispensationalism)


A spirit being; a fallen angel or cherub (and the chiefest of all); the first hater of God and His word. Also called the Devil and Satan (Revelation 20:22).


The local gathering of saved believers and every saved person in the world and in heaven. The universal church of the Catholics does not exist, but every person in the world that is saved is collectively called the church. Every local congregation need not be united with every other one if doctrine differs sufficiently. (The Catholic Church, the Mormon church, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Charismatics, etc. are not part of the body of Christ! Every real Catholic, Mormon, etc. is going to hell when they die, though every one who is called such is not necessarily lost. Some Catholics believe unto salvation, but they are the rare exception. When they are saved, in reality, they are no longer a member of the aforementioned cults, but a Bible believing Christian.)



From nothing to everything by God (Eph. 3:9; Rev. 4:11). Completed in 6 real days (Ex. 20:11; 31:17) with absolutely no room for more than about 6,000 years of total human history (Adam being created 6 days after space, time, the earth, etc.). And no gap ever existed between Genesis 1:1 and 1:2: not when Larkin read it and not when Ruckman read it.


Two eternal states and places. Both four-dimensional or of the spiritual world. Heaven: is where God lives and reigns (Job 22:12) though He is omnipresent (Jer. 23:24). It is where the believer goes when he dies. Hell: Was created by God for the Devil and his angels (Matt. 25:41) though it is also where sinful man must suffer for ever (Rev. 20:10, 15). The hell that the lost dead go today will eventually cast into the lake of fire and it’s dead will suffer there forever and without rest (Rev. 20:13-15; Is 48:22; 57:21).



Exist in the Bible (I Cor. 9:17; Eph. 1:10; 3:2; Col. 1:25), but not as popularly defined in the KJVer’s camp. Larkin, Darby and Scofield may have thought they were doing the right thing in trying to defend Kalvinistic eternal security, but they have done much more harm than good. The gap theory was a colorful compromise with evolution, salvation by works is taught for EVERY dispensation I know of other than the one Larkin & Co. wrote in (coincidence?), and those that hold to it (and hyperdispensationalism) say to read some parts of the Bible and not others (including Eli Ward, Bill Grady, etc.). I regard Larkin as one of the greatest destructive Bible critics, familiar spirit lead and religious FICTION writers ever to appear in print on a wide scale. I call this this mess “dispensensationalism”. See Pastor Mike Online 08-01-13, Dispensationalism, Darby and Larkin, Pastor Mike Online 04-17-14, Dispensationalism, True Or False?,


I call this “Kalvinism” to give it the communist flavor….Total philosophical garbage. All 5 points TULIP.

See Pastor Mike Online 07-24-12, Eternal Security and Losing Your Salvation, Part 1Pastor Mike Online 07-26-12, Eternal Security and Losing Your Salvation, Part 2.


In short, all beliefs that do not support themselves with the clear teaching of scripture. The Unitarians, much of Roman Catholicism, et.

All of the comments I make below may be subject to slight change of revision, not to “cover my tracks”, but to make sure they are clear. I may even note where I am wrong. Corrections will be noted.

*Those whom this separates me from are not Christians and will spend eternity in hell lest they repent.


14 thoughts on “Doctrinal Statement

  1. I do not believe you can “lose” your salvation, anymore more then you can be “unborn.” Election is not salvation. You can be chosen, and then unchosen, like King Saul. Many parents think that their semi-adult children, who made professions of faith and then were baptized as youngsters, but then choose a life of sin and the ways of the world – must have lost their salvation. But I will state right here, based on Scripture and science – that children are not in the judgement. No one under the age of twenty is. An eight year old does not need to “get saved,” because they are not judged, nor can they understand sin. Hell is not made up of children, or teenagers for that matter.

    John 10:28-29

    King James Version (KJV)

    28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of My hand.

    29 My Father, which gave them Me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of My Father’s hand.

    All through Leviticus, Deuteronomy and Numbers, no one could make an offering for sin, serve in the military, or even be counted in the census if they were under the age of 20. Recall the wandering in the wilderness of sin for 40 years – until everyone over the age of 20 had died (excepting Joshua and Caleb)

  2. You asked me to comment here in order to highlight your errors. Here it is. The way you defined the Trinity was incorrect. You said God is one Person that has three parts to him. I would change that to God is one eternal Being who exists eternally as three distinct Persons, since God isn’t composed of parts.

  3. “Every prior English version that differed from it in texts (like I John 5:7 with Tyndale) are one of the purification steps up to the King James.” If prior english bibles were not pure, and God eternally existed as the word (John 1:1, KJV), why did it take an omniscient God such a long time to learn how to get his message into english?

    1. God said: “The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.” (Psalms 12:6)
      “So long”? How long after the completion of the OT did the NT come along? 400 years.
      Furter more, about half of all humanity that has ever lived have lived in the last century or two.
      You ask God why it took so long. The thing is, it did get into English. None prior to the KJV were as messed up as much as the NIV or NASB.
      Also, it was not “His message”. It was his words. To every generation. Prior to KJV and after the KJV through 7 editions and in many languages. Not much time was missed. Gothic scriptures in first few centuries, too. To Anglo-Saxon, to English. See “In Awe of Thy Word” by Gail Riplinger.
      Probably not in English until English settled and hit peak. I’ll be doing a video on where the KJV was before 1611 soon.
      Contact me with any questions. Where is the perfect word of God today? Why seek ye the living among the Dead

  4. “To every generation. Prior to KJV and after the KJV through 7 editions and in many languages. Not much time was missed. Gothic scriptures in first few centuries, too. To Anglo-Saxon, to English. ” This is good, as it sounds like you don’t have a problem with the bible being retranslated as language changes:
    12 But as many as receiued him, to them gaue hee power to become the sonnes of God, euen to them that beleeue on his Name: (John 1:12 KJV 1611) Hard on the eyes and puzzling.
    12 But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: (John 1:12, KJV 1769)
    Much better!

    12 But as many as receiued him, to them gaue hee power to become the sonnes of God, euen to them that beleeue on his Name:

    1. No problem at all. No more coming, though. Seventh time = KJV!
      Beside, it is perfect. Has been (and READABLE) for 400 years.
      NKJV and NIV and MESSage are NOT GOD’s WORD.
      God bless.
      Joseph Armstrong

      1. “No more coming, though. Seventh time = KJV!”
        Wow, that is a shame. It must be that God was too tired after trying to get it right those 6 other times. And since no “more is coming”, future generations will all be lost If they can’t figure out elizabethan english. 🙂

      2. Guess what, bud. God said 7, not 8 (which was produced in the Philadelphia period in Church history [remember, “hast kept my word…hast kept the word…”?])
        Looks like “that archaic English” has done it’s job for every one that has read it. (Note: Elizabethan and Biblical English are entirely different things.)
        So, what’s another 20 years or more?…or less?
        Won’t be able to read if we don’t teach them to. Quit belly-aching about God choosing a vocabulary higher than either of ours.
        Tell me one time the KJV has proven obsolete to some one who’s flesh could not get in the way.
        List these archaic words and you’ll find out they are less than thine iniquities deserveth.
        To follow your man’s logic, God must have gotten tired on the 7th day of creation, too. Just sayn’.
        Do you have a Bible verse that says that the Bible needs to be understood by anyone who can read it ALL THE TIME? Quit trying to make the Bible match your low standards and give a child a KJV today!
        Is there ONE Bible verse (any “version”) that you base you opinion against the KJV on? Find two to establish your new doctrine.

  5. Woody,
    The only one trying to establish a new doctrine is you. I am just trying to understand why you are basing it on personal preference and fuzzy logic.
    If, (as you say above), the word of God in english has been perfect and readable for 400 years, why was it necessary to revise it in 1769? Is the KJV you use the one from 1611? Was that the sacred “7th time”? If so, was the 1769 version an 8th attempt, and to be avoided?
    I do not have an opinion against the KJV. I actually like it, and agree it is superior to many others, including the NIV, RSV, etc. But it is a translation of the bible, not an idol to be worshiped. The problem with the KJV only crowd is they have taken valid discussion points about differences in the texts, and turned them into a cult of their own. They are worshiping a printed book, and failing to form a relationship with the book’s author. They are expending valuable time attacking other christians, while convincing non-believers that christians are hateful hypocrites.
    Do you really want me to “give a child a KJV today”? If so, please post your mailing address, and I will send one to you.

    1. First of all: HI. 🙂
      New doctrine, eh? (see also Riplinger, Stauffer, Ruckman, etc.)
      What do you think I’m giving “personal preference” to. We’ll see ’bout “fuzzy” (one of our chicken’s names and, boy, was she smart!)
      I’ll tell ya why: it was an EDITION. (Bbbiiiggg difference. If memory surves me correctly this was the SEVENTH edition of the KJV.) Type and printer errors (source:; (other recources: “The Christian’s Handbook of Biblical Scholarship (I think); “The Differences Between KJV Editions”; “The Myth of Early Revision”; and I’m sure Gail Riplinger says something about it in “In Awe of Thy Word”)
      I don’t use the copy i have from 1611 because I’m using a different one already. Question: if the first printing of the KJV did not have some printing errors, how could it get purified 7 times?
      Good, glad you hate Bible perversions (Ps. 119:104 and I Peter 1:23)….Or do you?(You can choose what to love, but you’re love will choose what you hate. [Hyles])
      No Christian ever prayed to their Bible or made a shrine to it. If anyone ever did, they were not Christian. It is praise worthy (Ps. 56:10) which is seen as worship a lot of the time and it is “The Only Authorized Picture of Christ” (see AV Publications’ book by this title), the Word. Once you close your KJV and worship it as a thing, it is nothing more than a burnable black box.
      You gotta problem wid ME? OK, We are “a cult”? By what definition? We believe a Book is inspired. Don’t you and the rest of them believe the same thing? I just believe that God is not an idiot and kept his words for me.
      Name one “King James Onlyist” who does not have this “relationship” (chapter? verse?) and I’ll show you 300 that are twice the men of the word and doctrine than any NIV user (Ruckman, Grady, Stauffer, Gipp, Riplinger, Hoggard; and any one who believes what they teach from the Book),
      Exactly! Hateful, street preaching, soul winning hypocrites, like Jeremiah, Isaiah, Amos, et al. The perfect stumbling block (just like the King James Code).
      Question: How many Muslims would become Bible believers if we were all flowers and candy? How many souls has “life style evangelism” fished up out of a sea of political correctness?
      Well, i looked for a logical reason against my Fuzzy Logic (I think I’ll borrow the term, if you don’t mind, that is) and I found questions i just answered for you (you could have answered them easily enough via Google search). You called me a cultist and my friends hateful hypocrites. And now you’re calling me a child (not in the formal sence, mind you). I’D LOVE A KJV FROM YOU. But I don’t give out my address on-line. When I get a P. O. box I’ll let you know.

      And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. (Matt. 18:3)

      But he said, Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it. (Luke 11:28)

  6. Woody,
    You are right, an accusation requires some substantiation. My reasons for the cult branding:
    1) Adding the KJV to salvation. Some KJV only advocates teach that unless someone was saved by using a King James bible, they are not truly saved. This is in opposition to the very bible they uphold, which teaches salvation by faith in Christ alone, not by works or any other doctrine.
    2) Adding to scripture. KJVO advocates will often refer to other materials, or authors rather than scripture when trying to make doctrinal points,
    such as Ruckman, Riplinger, etc. An example is your doctrinal heading above, “The Bible”, which makes use of no less than 6 other documents or references other than scripture.
    3) Blind following of human leaders. KJVO advocates often place the opinions of human leaders over the teachings of Christ, hence the term “Ruckmanite”. The internet is full of KJVO people teaching Riplinger’s latest thoughts, or reviewing Ruckman’s latest book, rather than preaching the Gospel of Christ.

    Woody, I don’t know You at all, but it is obvious you have a lot of zeal. And I really do think you have a love for the Lord. It is my prayer you can devote yourself to advancing his kingdom, and set the other stuff aside.

    God bless you.

  7. I’ve got limited time here. I’ll be back Thursday at 2:00 pm EST.
    1) I don’t do that neither does Ruckman, Riplinger, Gipp, Hoggard, etc. I only know of J. J. Ray ever doing that. (I Peter 1:23) Did you get saved out of Codex Aleph or B? No. STERIIIKE ONE!
    2) Adding to the KJV? You kidding? I refer to other people because they have searched from the scripture and historical truth which verifies the Bible. I disagree with every author I mention on something, I assure you. I’m still working on my statement as I noted above. STERIIIKE TWO!
    3) I the Bible, the blind lead the blind and end up in trouble. Riplinger and Ruckman (etc.) got a lot of light from the Bible to light both of our ways. I disagree with them often, pal. Looks like you’re trying to make KJV Bible believing into a cult. “Ruckmanites” are called this by scoffers to connect them with a brilliant lowd mouth in Florida. So what if we use some of their materal? That’s because we SEE THEM AS GOOD DEFENCES OF THE ONLY INSPIRED BOOK (in lots of languages) or THEY HAVE SEEN SOMETHING GOOD IN THE BIBLE AND DON’T WANNA TAKE THE CREDIT.
    When was the last time you out preached Ruckman as far as the saving gosple of Jesus Christ’s blood in concerned? I’m doing a partial audiobook of “Hazardous Materials” (with Gail Riplinger’s permission) because it needs to get out as far as possible and has not yet. Every one in America has heard the gospel in some form an average of probably 5 times (YouTube, college, pagents, billboards, etc.). When I get in to conversation with someone, I’m going to talk about the Bible and what it says about them. OUUUT!!!

    Set what aside? Defending my Bible from people like the NIV commity and James White? Not when it’s a problem, man. Showing that everyone can trust every last word in their AV no matter what “the dictates of scholarship” says is important to every ministry. Look at all the stinking loose churches that do not believe in any extant word of God. What happened? They left the Book. Period.

    I’m not in a cult, fella. Thanks for trying. Give me a real definition, not a idea you got from who knows where, if you’re gonna keep sayn’ that. Get to know me on the About tab above or look up “The Scholarship Only Controversy by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman book review” on YouTube. I act like me on those videos.

    You can contact me if you want to talk about anything other that the Doctrinal Statement at: See ya.

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