We were involved with street preaching with Peter Schultz in Tulsa. We had a great time street preaching with Pete. Pete is a really great street preacher. At this time Pete and his family were members of a Baptist Brider church outside of Tulsa. Pete asked us to do a weekly Bible study with his family and our family. Pete and his family are beautiful and charming. Pete claimed to be KJB only. Pete and his family went with us to see Dr. Ruckman preach at churches in Arkansas and Texas. There are no King James Bible believing churches in Oklahoma. After two years we noticed some differences in doctrine about what the King James Bible teaches in the Bible study with Pete. It turns out that Pete did not believe in the Trinity of God or eternal security of the believer like the King James Bible teaches. The funny part was that we sat in churches with Pete and his family while Dr. Ruckman taught about the Trinity of God and eternal security of the believer. Another thing that was strange was Pete has one of Dr. Ruckman’s chalk talk drawings hanging in the living room of his house. At some point after two years of doing Bible study with Pete and his family, I was forced to remove my family from this Bible study. It was clear to me that Pete was not King James Bible only. Pete came from a Assembly of God back ground that does not believe what the King James Bible teaches on the Trinity of God and eternal security of the believer. His wife comes from a Holiness back ground that does not believe in the Trinity of God and eternal security of the believer. Anyone can say that they are King James only or that they are a King James Bible believer. The real test is do you believe what the King James Bible teaches? How do you handle the King James Bible??? How does your doctrine compare to the doctrine of the King James Bible? 2 Corinthians 4:2 (KJV) But have renounced the hidden things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor handling the word of God deceitfully; but by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.