All other reasons aside, I believe the KJVO myth to be false because it's not supported by SCRIPTURE whatsoever, in the text of the AV/KJV itself, nor in the commentary by its translators, let alone by any other version. For a doctrine of Christian worship to be valid, it MUST BE SUPPORTED BY SCRIPTURE, either direct or by implication. I've often cited the Holy Trinity doctrine as an example of a doctrine of implication. However, there's not even a HINT of any such implication supporting the KJVO myth. This fact alone relegates the whole KJVO doctrine to myth status, and any attempts by KJVO advocates to defend this myth for any other reasons are built upon a foundation of quicksand. If it's not found in SCRIPTURE, it's not valid. Several posters, including myself, have repeatedly asked for Scriptural support for the KJVO myth, and have never received any direct answer. This question is avoided by the KJVOs like Mad Cow Disease. let's address that fact directly in this thread, and when it's finished, let's see if any KJVO can still justify the KJVO myth.