Charles Surrett, an independent Baptist pastor and faculty member at Ambassador Baptist College, wrote: "Those who think that the KJV 1611 is an 'inspired' translation that 'corrects the Greek' evidently do not believe that God has preserved His Word for each generation either. While they may espouse the ideal of preservation since 1611, they have a serious problem with church history prior to 1611. If all that the local churches possessed were corrupted copies of the Greek, then there may have been many centuries (and many more generations) which had no access to the 'pure' words of God before the production of the KJV. In addition to being in error regarding the doctrine of the inspiration of Scripture, they are also in error regarding the doctrine of the preservation of Scripture" (WHICH GREEK TEXT? THE DEBATE AMONG FUNDAMENTALISTS, pp. 8-9).