The AV 1611 and later editions of the KJV itself disprove much of the propaganda and false claims made by KJVO advocates, especially when such claims are made from the old Wilkinson/Ray/Fuller party line. Here are a few: 1.) Psalm 12:7 is about God's words. Our recent discussion has proven this false, using the AV 1611 translators' words in their marginal note as the most telling proof. 2.) Modern versions equate Jesus with the devil when they say 'morning star' in Isaiah 14:12. Jesus said, concerning believers that He will 'give them the morning star'. That obviously doesn't mean either the devil nor Himself. And what about Job 38:7 where the morning stars all sang together? 3.) The much-discussed 'Easter in Acts 12:4' thingy. Our past discussions have clearly shown from the KJV that the observance to which Luke was referring is PASSOVER. These are just for starters. It's YOUR turn now to supply other examples of KJVO doctrines shot down by the KJV itself...and the KJVOs rebuttals, if they have any.