I was reading a number of KJVO Websites and have found people now defend the spelling of the 1769 KJV and that to make any changes to modernize spelling is viewed as corrupting God's word. For example, one place stated that to change neighbour to neighbor, flavour to flavor, saviour to savior, ect. was preparing the church to worship the anti-christ. After all, God inspire those words to have seven letters and that the words spelled with six letters is a satanic corruption. The auther gave many more examples and defended the 1769 KJV spelling with numerology. I've study the development of this numerology system that he uses and have found that every such numerology system has roots in the Jewish Kaballah - the branch of Jewish mysticism. No modern numerology system like the one this guy used goes back any further that the start of the Kaballah. I can't remember where (it's been a while) but I read a Jewish professor of ancient Hebrew state that the kaballists corrupted the Hebrew language by saying that each Hebrew letter had a number assigned to it - so the basic premise of numerology is wrong. He said that if it were so, ancient Hebrew writing would have simply used the right combination of letters in expressing numbers instead of having whole, complete words for numbers. Does anybody else see a problem defending a certain spelling of a word based on numerology systems with questionable roots? Many of the sights linking to this defense of the 1769 KJV spelling defense paper are baptists. Do they not see the problems in that? What are your thoughts?