When I went to Lee College to discover what it was that Pentecostals taught something irritated me every chapel. Also when I went to the larger Pentecostal churches this same behavior occured which irritated me as well. Then I noticed it at my baptist church that I currently attend. its this: At Lee when the "Holy Ghost" (in Pentecostal churches Ghost is the more appropiate term) filled someone enought to "speak in tongues" (which I still consider babeling) they would just spout off. Then as must be in these churches when the babeling stopped their was an "interpretation" (which always was something very generally taken out of scripture. I really put it on par with fortune tellers that read people rather than have a special sence) but the Preamble was always "Thus sayeth the Lord!" Now I understand the AV 1611 see no conflict here but I'm not addressing them. I also currently while being led in prayer who ever is leading in prayer always speaks in the King James English. Does God speak King James english? Is that the heavenly tongue? I thank the Lord that the King James bible was written after Chaucer! Can you imagine John 3:16 in that english? It irritates me because it always seems disingenuous. Doesn't God speak to us in our language. Does he not understand modern english? Its like the Catholics 50 + years ago only using latin. Do people feel somehow holier speaking in the Kings English rather than their native tongue? Why don't people pray in Tyndale's english?