The 19th Psalm says that the simple is made wise by the testimony of Hashem, which testimony is “sure.” In fact, G-d’s Word is called


temimah (perfect). (Tehillim 19: 7[8])

This means it is factually without error. G-d is not the author of any lie or falsehood or misrepresentation of reality or false witness to the truth. The Bible is verbally inspired. This means that literally every word is breathed out in the very breath of the Ruach Hakodesh and that man lives by every word that proceeds from the mouth of Hashem.

The Bible is the solid rock that will never pass away. Whatever is in the Bible is just what G-d wanted to be said and not the mere whim of human will. See 2K 1:21. In the Scriptures are spiritual words taught by the Ruach Hakodesh to those believers who have the Ruach Hakodesh. See 1C 2:12-16. See 2Ti 3:16 and Mt 5:18.

We have no other written authority. The words of the Hellenistic Jewish Synagogue of the First Century that comprise the last 27 books and the Hebrew and Aramaic words that make up the first 39 books are without error in the original autographs and have been preserved in the extant copies so that we have the infallible and inerrant authority that is able to make us wise unto salvation. See 2Ti 3:15.

Blessed is the man who over G-d’s Word does not stumble. Just as it was possible for a proud disciple of the Jerusalem rabbis to look at the Galilean Carpenter and not “read” him but instead despise his lowly peasant appearance (“There was no special beauty or form to make us notice him or desire him” Isaiah 53:2), so there are proud readers who see apparent but not actual discrepancies in the Scripture. For example, when you are reading Matthew 27:9 you might think that the text has a mistake until you realize that this is a composite citation (Jer 18:2-6; 19:1-2,4,6,11; 32:6-15; Zech 11:13) from Zecharyah and Yirmeyah. And just as some turned away from the incognito King, Rebbe Melech HaMoshiach, so one’s wicked heart might lead one to turn away from Matthew 27:9, but in both cases, the error is not in what is read but in the reader.

Blatant disregard for the inerrant Tanakh will cost the soul of the one making deathbed viddui (confession of sin) of these words from the Talmud,

“May my death make kaparah for all my sins.” rather than “T’hei mot haMoshiach kaparah al kol avonotai” “May the death of Moshiach make kaparah for all my sins.” If the following six words from the Talmud
תְּהֵא מִיתָתִי כַּפָּרָה עַל כָּל עֲוֹנוֹתָי. [סנהדרין פרק ו,ב]
are erroneously preferred to these six words from the Tanakh it will be to the eternal lose of the nefesh
כִּי נִגְזַר מֵאֶרֶץ חַיִּים מִפֶּשַׁע עַמִּי
Let’s repeat this so that there can be no confusion or question. There are two confessions here. Each contains six little words. One Jewish confession is the holy inspired Word of G-d and one confession is not the inspired Word of G-d. Confession of the Talmud instead of the Tanakh will cost one his immortal soul. Here are the words from the Talmud:
“May my death make kaparah for all my sins.” Here are the Words from the inerrant Tanakh: “Kee neegzar may-eretz chayyim mee-pay-sha amee.” So from these inerrant words we confess “T’hei mot haMoshiach kaparah al kol avonotai,” which translates into English: “May the death of Moshiach make kaparah for all my sins.” Now if
תְּהֵא מִיתָתִי כַּפָּרָה עַל כָּל עֲוֹנוֹתָי. [סנהדרין פרק ו,ב]
is erroneously preferred to these following six Hebrew words from the Tanakh, then that fatal choice will result in the eternal lose of the nefesh:
כִּי נִגְזַר מֵאֶרֶץ חַיִּים מִפֶּשַׁע עַמִּי

So we primordially and perennially, with disastrous consequences for ourselves, forsake the words of G-d and receive the contradictory words of HaSatan.

By the time we get to 2 Corinthians chp 11 we see that Satan wants to corrupt and ruin by means of Bible-opposing “knowledge,” the so-called “deeper things of Satan.” Instead of staying with the Word that was preached, the temptation of the Corinthians was to “go beyond what was written” and to be seduced by extra-Biblical knowledge (see Gen 3:5). Notice that Eve’s “Bible” only has seven words in it. The seven words in her “Bible” warn that death will be the result of her moral autonomy, of her getting her “knowledge” of good and evil, in other words, from a certain lethal tree rather than from the “Bible” her husband has been given wherein the meager content of seven words (“oo-meh-ETZ ha-DAH-aht tov va-rah loh toh-KHOHL mee-mehn-NOO” …of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil you shall not eat from it) will nevertheless tell her how to live and not die. But in the hands of the evil Serpent this “Bible” can be twisted and used to deceive her so that she hands herself over to a rival authority, a Bible-opposing authority, with fatal results. Anything that rivals and opposes G-d is an idol, and in the Book of Revelation we see that the believers will give up their lives as martyrs rather than compromise with the idolatrous religion and way of life of the pagan society of the last days. It is fair to say that one cannot be a believer unless one repents from all idolatry. Whoever tries to keep his idolatrous life will lose it.

How do you start a cult, one might ask. Answer: by focussing on anything except the Savior in the Name of the Savior (even, yes, possibly even in the Name of the Savior). For example, the Ruckmanite Cyber Cult has managed to create a cult around the wonderful King James Bible. By focussing on those ancient Elizabethan words to the exclusion of everything else (even the Greek text or the Textus Receptus) and by attacking and slandering everyone who doesn’t want to join their cult, they show they have a divisive and hateful spirit and need deliverance ministry at the very least, and possibly do not even know the way of truth at all. As wonderful as the Textus Receptus is, as marvelous as the KJV is, these are not divinely perfect and cannot be lifted up as if they were, so as to upstage our Savior, who is perfect. Only G-d and His original inerrant autographic Holy Scriptures are perfect. No fallible human translator or his work is perfect. Those who believe in the inerrancy of the Bible know that no one particular translator is perfect, neither is his particular translation perfect, neither is his translation’s particular underlying Greek edition constructed from the total material available perfect (only G-d is perfect), and the easiest way to learn this lesson is to try translating the Bible yourself. Man makes an idol out of the work of his hands. The Bible is inerrant. The autographic text of Scripture is G-d-breathed and error-free; moreover, this text is assertainable from available manuscripts, meaning that translations are the Word of G-d to the extent that they reflect the autographic text. However, although the Bible in its inerrant pages is without error, particular fallible human translators and their particular translations are not. If any of the pious men who worked on the KJV ever conceived that some glazed-eyed individual would one day create a hate-filled and haughty cult making an idol out of them and their supposedly perfect translation work, I’m sure they would have asked to be relieved of their translation labors. G-d’s work is without error; but translators are not the original inerrant autographs of Scripture. The translator will NEVER be able to say proudly that he or his translation work is perfect.