KJVOs love to point out that the original mss do not exist to our knowledge, thus we do not have an accurate word of God (unless it's KJV, but whose same originals are also lost). Thus God did not preserve His word, they say. So we do not have a Bible today. "Where is the preserved Word of God," they cry out. Yet atheists use this same tack as their polemic against the Bible. "No mss, no Bible" they argue. So then, how can KJVO be anything but the worst kind of sophistry? When someone uses such a blatantly flawed, yet horrible argument to malign God's Word, how can such a view be considered in any way Biblical? The burden of proof shifts squarely on the KJVOs to show they accept Biblical teaching when their words clearly argue otherwise. I offer for your discussion, having been a former KJVO, and never having known a KJVO who actually believes in inspiration, inerrancy, perservation, and infallibility of the Bible. Maybe they're out there, but I've never met one in real life nor in these fora.