A few days ago I asked one of the frequent posters to the Bible Versions/Translations board if her KJVO views were based on first-hand comparisons of the KJV & MV's, or if her knowledge of the issue was mostly based on the writings of KJVO's such as Ruckman or Riplinger. I believe that she replied that she wasn't really familiar with Ruckman (or someone else said so). For those who may not know who he is, here's his website: http://www.kjv1611.org In his bio you'll notice that he lists Bob Jones University as his alma mater for both Master's and Doctoral degrees. Since his leaving the BJU campus, they have been the frequent target of some of his most scathing criticisms for their stance on textual & Bible version issues. About the nicest term he uses in reference to BJU is "apostate". He's well know for using sarcasm, derision, and name-calling against those who don't 100% agree with his KJVO beliefs. John R. Rice (d. 1980) is for some reason still a frequent target in many issues of this newsletter. He likes to derisively refer to him simply as "Johnny". For a sample of his tirades, click on "BBB downloads" from the website's homepage, and then click on the "free trial download Dec 2003 issue" link. This is the man who to many represents KJVOism.