It has recently been said, "KJVO... we just will not tolerate or coddle it in any way shape or form. Every "cell" of this "cancer" needs to be traced down and obliterated..." That is the attitude some have towards those that would stand for the King James Version, and its lineage. The battle is not over the use of synonyms in the English language, but has to do with different and contradictory readings. The notion is advanced, believe the text, while accepting the text is likely corrupted, therefore read and hear based on, “Yea, hath God said...” while feigning to believe the text. You must see white as being black, and you must call it black. The Antiocian, or Textus Receptus was advanced, and the Alexandrian was not used for the most part, till Westcott and Hort advanced the Alexandrian again, and generated much confusion evident today in the myriad of conflicting English versions. In 1952, the RSV based on the altered Greek was promoted, saying, "Things equal to the same thing are equal to each other." Yet that RSV was based on a different foundation, not using the same foundation as the KJB but instead the foundation used for all the many new versions frequently appearing today, containing contradictory readings. Things different are not the same.