May we step away from KJVO discussions and discuss something even more basic? I think we all know that every popular English BV has its advocates who say their chosen version is the only valid one in English, and I understand that the French-using world has even more versions, each with an advocacy group, and that virtually every major language that had the Bible for a long time has a similar multiplicity of versions and one-version advocates for every popular version. What I'd like to discuss is the basic evidence supporting any one-version theory at all, and not just a single one-version school of thought supporting one given version. Personally, I don't believe there's any evidence supporting ANY one-versionism, regardless of language or version. I am hoping we can do this without dwelling upon any one version or its advocates. Again, I don't believe there's any evidence supporting ANY one versionism, let alone any support for any specific version. In other words, can we discuss one-versionism without being limited to the supporters of only one of the many versions out there?