Individuals who are thoroughly entrenched in KJOism are, in my opinion are nearly hopeless because they do not base their beliefs regarding the KJV upon facts, but upon what they mistakenly believe to be faith. Therefore, there are no facts that can be presented to them that will change their beliefs. Some of them, however, will argue for a while that they base their beliefs about the KJV upon facts, and will post some “facts,” but when they are shown proof that the “facts” are not facts but fabrications, they still cling undauntedly to their false beliefs. I also believe that those KJOists who do eventually see the light do so because they were prayed for by those who love them. The prayers open a small crack in their belief system and this crack allows the truth to penetrate and causes them to begin to question their beliefs. And God is able to use the information which we post to widen the crack and answer some of their questions. There are, however, many KJOists who are not yet thoroughly entrenched in KJOism. They have heard some of the claims, but have not fully accepted them. These individuals are much easier to reach with the truth, especially when it is accompanied by prayer. Additionally, there are many who are simply trying to find out which is the best Bible for them to read, and these persons are very much easier to reach. But we live in a world where experts are plentiful and they are not highly esteemed as they once were. In order to gain the esteem and respect of most people today, it is necessary to show them how much we care about them, rather than just show them how much we know. However, many of us find KJOism to be so repugnant that our feelings of repugnance often overflows, at least to some extent, upon the people who hold these views. And when we post to the message board, some of that repugnance, however much we may try to hide it, shows through, and rather than be esteemed, we are seen as adversaries. So what is the solution? I believe that the solution to this is to commit ourselves to regular prayer for the KJOists on this message board, praying for them by name as individuals, and having faith in God to answer our prayers. And it has been my experience that when I faithfully pray for certain individuals on a regular basis, my love for those individuals increases proportionately, and the words that I speak to them are much better received because they see the love instead of the repugnance. These are my thoughts on the matter; what are your thoughts?