KJO fear? What is the great fear of the avid KJVO: I copied the following paragrah from here: http://www.onlinebaptist.com/messag...&start=0&sid=6eca69b20378a22976b04a3de004a383 They say they got it from here (I haven't checked that): The New King James Bible Examined By M. H. Reynolds Fundamental Evangelistic Association Box 6278 Los Osos CA 93412 USA Will the next modem Bible be the "Do It Yourself" version? This would be a distinct possibility if the advice of the NKJV editors in the two preceding paragraphs were to be followed. In effect, they are saying, let each reader decide for himself what portions, verses, phrases and words should be included in God's Holy Word." NKJV footnotes, far from being helpful, are an invitation to disobey the plain command of God not to add to or take from His Word. Deuteronomy 4:2; Revelation 22:18,19. So it seems to me the fear of many KJVOs would be that people will read the footnotes of their Bible and NOT FOLLOW THE PREACHER. Uh, wasn't that the problem that the Roman Catholics had just before the Reformation? The RCC /Roman Catholic Church/ wouldn't let their people read the the Bible, just the clergy. To help do this, the RCC only used a dead language to 'preserve' their distorted 'Word of God'. BTW isn't it a Baptist destictive that each competent soul is responsible before God for God's message to that individual? Can't such a competent soul, filled with the Holy Spirit, determine what is, and what is not, the Written Word of God?