In an article entitled "Have you seen some of the changes that publishers are making in your King James Bible?" at the web site www.localchurchbiblepublishers.com , it is claimed: "Many Bibles that claim to be KJV on the cover are not KJV inside." This article claimed: "After you look at the following changes that have been made, you will agree that the serpent has slithered through the doors of a lot of American publishing organizations." Is this an example of the extremes to which KJV-only reasoning seems to lead? One of the examples in this article was Reference James 4:13 and other verses like this God's word to morrow Changed to tomorrow Is this article implying or suggesting that "tomorrow" is not God's word? This local church printer is probably not reprinting the 1611 edition of the KJV. Instead, it is probably printing a KJV edition that has hundreds even around 2,000 changes from the 1611 edition. Many of those changes are greater than the few minor changes about which this article complains.