The formal definition of a cult is a particular system of religious worship, especially with reference to its rites and ceremonies, or a group or sect bound together by veneration of the same thing, person, ideal, etc. This begs the question, "What is a sect?" A sect is a body of persons adhering to a particular religious faith; a religious denomination, or any group, party, or faction united by a specific doctrine or under a doctrinal leader. However, the common everyday definition of a cult, as we almost-always use that word, is an apostate religious org with a name, a headquarters building, and a specific leader or body of leaders, E. G. the "Watchtower" of the JWs. We tend to view a cult or sect in a negative light, assuming all cults or sects are evil. We use the labels on the JW or Mormon denominations, or for Branch Davidians & other small religious groups which are quasi/pseudo-Christian, "having a form of godliness but denying the POWER thereof". But, is KJVO a cult? In a word, NO. Not by our common everyday definition of 'cult'. KJVO has no central org, no headquarters, nor any one leader or body of leaders. It's merely a false doctrine believed by some people of almost every Christian religious denomination in the English-speaking world. Different people believe KJVO in differing degrees. So, while a group of KJVOs believing the KJVO myth to the same degree might get together to form a little cultlet, there's NO universal KJVO cult. Thus, I'm rather skeptical when I see a reference to "the KJVO cult". Few KJVOs believe exactly alike, but they DO share one fact in common...they're all INCORRECT in believing any part of the KJVO myth in any degree whatsoever.