In his tract about "Tongues" [Tract # A-319], E. L. Bynum, who was and may still be a member of D. A. Waite's Dean Burgon Society, wrote: "'UNKNOWN' tongues are not to be found in the Bible at all. Not one time is 'unknown tongues' to be found. 'Unknown' is printed in italics in I Cor. 14, and this means that it was not in the Greek manuscripts at all, but was added by the translators. (In this instance they do not clarify but confuse the subject). Every tongue spoken in the New Testament was a known language to some race or people. There are no instances of a heavenly language, unknown language or gibberish spoken in the N. T." All the above were the exact words of this author. There is no date on the tract, but it is an old edition perhaps from the 1970's. It is possible that it has been changed now that E. L. Bynum is involved with promoting the KJV-only view.