I was watching one of the pastors introducing Gail Riplinger in his church on the website mentioned in another thread. I am beginning to notice that the big slogan of the KJVO crowd of today is that we, who do not believe in a 100% word-for-word accurate KJV1611 (yes, that's what he said, KJV1611) that we have no Divine Authority. I am personally getting very tired of this misrepresentation of the Bible translations by the KJVO crowd. I made a statement that I agreed with C4K that I feel the Byzantine text-form may be a little closer to the original than other text-forms. I have now had KJVo's tell me that I am beginning to see the light. Well 'SCUSE ME, but just because I may feel the Byzantine text-form to be a little closer to the originals, certainly does NOT and will NOT make me a KJVO in any shape or form. My preferred text-form is an opinion anyway, and not a "belief". I may very well be WRONG. Anyway, enough ranting on that, my major rant here is on the fact that we do not have any Divine Authority and pastors are actually preaching this from their pulpits and confusing people left and right. I wonder how many new Christians this will run away, confuse or how many churches will have to split over these new KJVo PASTORS, who invite G. Riplinger into their church to blast the Word-of-God while the preacher should be preaching the Word-of-God instead of her wasting everybody's time. What say you?