Definition - The belief that all modern versions are the word of God. This movement is motivated by fear and superstition. Many of the Modern Version Movement who attack the King James Bible do so with ulterior motives. They do not look at the issues with an unbiased eye. They have already made up their minds before hand. I have not met one modern version advocate who would under any circumstances become a King James Bible believer. The truth of the matter is that most of the reasons people remain in the Modern Version Movement is because of peer pressure and emotionalism. They do not want to be ostracized from their neat little group and they just do not want to change. If the NIV was good enough for Paul, then it's good enough for them.