That word is thrown around (often by me) as a tacit condemnation of some who hold the extreme KJVonly position. Not those who prefer the KJV, but who say it is the ONLY Bible (we have their names on other threads1) Dr. Josh McDowell in his Handbook on Today's Religions lists characteristics of a cult, and I supply some facts about the extreme KJVonly view that seem to fit (but I may be overstating the case; I'm wont to do that!) 1) NEW TRUTH - KJVonly believe in a de facto "miraculous" inspiriation/preservation from God in AD1611 and THEY something other than the inspired originals as "Truth" 2) NEW INTERPRETATION OF SCRIPTURE - If it isn't in the words and language of the KJV, it is "satan's new age bible" 3) NEW JESUS - 4)NEW CHRISTIANITY - Church has departed from the faith and a new fundamental is KJVonly or you are a liberal modernist 5) NEW LANGUAGE - Actually, "old" language is in, and new language that people can understand without a dictionary is evil 6) NEW GOD - Bibliolatry 7) NEW THEOLOGY - Add doctrine of "perservation" to Father, Son and Holy Ghost 8) NEW LEADERSHIP - Cults have strong leaders who cow others into agreeing for fear of being ostracized; who will stand up and say it is "wrong" when Jack or Pensacola or whoever will attack you viciously 9) NEW SALVATION - "Decisionism" and "easy believism" is rampant in the same part of ifb that endorse the KJVonly (no cause-effect claimed, just an observation) So, how many of these 9 cultic areas does the extreme KJVonly agree with? You judge. Opinions?