Well I am still waiting for some KJVO to answer my question. What was my question? How do you, from Scripture alone, support your claims? Now some don't like this question. I realize that there are no verses that point to a KJVO stance. However if KJVO were true surely there would be some principle of Scripture that would apply. Now I must quickly add that if one is going to say inspiration then one must prove why inspiration automatically proves KJVO. So I still await an answer to my question. Where is the Biblical proof for KJVO? May I suggest that if no Biblical proof can be brought to the table maybe it is time for all KJVO to admit that they have turned personal preference into doctrine and that, while they personally prefer the KJV, they cannot state (dogmatically) that it is the superior translation of God's Word. Let me also re-state some of the things I said in my original post on this matter. I am not looking for a comparison between the KJV and other "modern" english translations. Such a comparison is faulty because it starts with the presupposition that the KJV is the only correct english translation. Thus such an argument is circular. What I am looking for is solid, textual reasons for the claim that the KVJ is superior to all other English translations. I still await a reply on this from a KJVO supporter. Martin.