David Cloud has written several books in defense of the KJV-only view. One of his books is entitled THINGS HARD TO BE UNDERSTOOD. On the back cover of this book, the following are two statements about it: "Find out the meaning of difficult verses." "Contains no criticism or correction of the English Authorized Version." Concerning Genesis 26:34, Genesis 28:9, and Genesis 36:2, 3, Cloud discusses the wives of Esau and the different names in Gen. 36:2-3. He commented: "The solution to this problem lies in the frequent use of different names for the same person in biblical times." Then David Cloud favorably quoted a long paragraph written by A. McCaig. In this long paragraph, Cloud quoted A. McCaig as writing: "Then Beeri may be taken as another name for Anah, and, as has been suggested, it may have been given him because of the incident recorded in the twenty-fourth verse, of his finding the 'hot springs' in the wilderness" (THINGS HARD TO BE UNDERSTOOD, p. 30). Notice: "hot springs" at Gen. 36:24 instead of "mules" as in the KJV.