bromichaelhenry wrote:How good is it? Is it a young earth or Gap theory? I am a young earth creationist, so I usually can't check my views at the door. I have been looking for GOOD KJV study bibles (I have ONE the Word study bible) but right now, I am in school and can't afford $100+ on a Ruckman. However, if it is a good one, I will save up and get it.
bayouparson wrote:My son has one and said it is filled with good info. I ordered one today. It should prove to be helpful. Probably a good idea to get one. The cost is actually in line with Bible prices. In fact for the size it is probably priced a little low.
Shain1611 wrote:I have had Dr. Peter S. Ruckman's study Bible now for over a year. Bought two, one for the wife and one for me.
There are no other study Bibles today, that can compare to the Doc's Study Bible. If you are looking for solid Biblical teachings from Gen. to Rev. and in addition to that, his Appendix topics located in the back, than this is one Bible you should buy. It is not full of fluff or wasted words..to the point and Biblically grounded.
As far as the good Doc adding to God's words... not a chance. He does nothing of the sort. Opinions about certain none defined topics, such as the gap theory are not part of the Doctrine found in God's words. Many of us have certain ideas about certain things, that don’t make us Bible correctors, nor are we adding to or taking from God's words.
There are a few things that all of us can disagree on one way or the other... but there is only one Final Authority, that being the Authorized King James Bible, that's absolutely the Infallible, Inerrant, God inspired, Holy words of God in English for God's English speaking Church today.
Amen and Amen
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