I have mentioned I am attending a strongly KJVO church with my daughter and the pastor likes to read from Ripplinger and other questionable sources; just on a temporary basis. One of his statements the pastor uses often is that "the KJB has to be the perfect Bible because it was modified exactly seven times to the Bible we have today and seven is the perfect number according to God" and "that nothing but spelling was changed". I know there were other minor changes, but how many editions of the KJV were really published before they stopped at the one we now call the KJV that was the Oxford 1769 (I believe)? "In order to understand your Bible you have to obtain an early dictionary printed in the early 1800's or late 1700's. With the KJB and this dictionary you have everything you need to read since the KJB is written on a seventh grade level while the NIV (Non-Inspired Version) was written on a college level." The pastor uses these statements or statements meaning the same thing everytime he steps into the pulpit for a sermon. Finally, last week he admitted he told his wife to have his KJB buried with him so when he rose again he would be reminded which words were God's true words. I am aware this is KJVO at its extreme end and I would like some real information regarding his comments from those of you that know the path of later scriptures better than I do.