In his book entitled THE BIBLE BELIEVER'S GUIDE TO ELEPHANT HUNTING, Jeff McArdle wrote: "There is only one correct position to start from when dealing with Spanish Bibles. The correct position is this: If the King James Bible is superior to even the Greek text in regards to omissions and additions (and by 'the Greek text' we mean any Greek NT extant), then certainly it is superior to any Spanish Bible" (p. 18). McArdle added: "as one brother once pointed out, 'If the King James can correct the Greek, it can certainly correct the Spanish'" (p. 18). McArdle asserted that "the KJV should be the standard also for Latin Americans" (p. 21). McArdle wrote: "the standard Bible not just for the English-speaking world, but also for the Spanish-speaking world, was, is, and always will be the King James Bible" (p. 76). McArdle maintained that "the King James Bible must be the standard Book by which any Spanish Bible is judged" (p. 78).