Usually discussions about which Bible the English-speaking people should use turn into the same old argument with the MV lovers reverting back to saying that the Alexandrian manuscripts are superior. Of course God seemingly misplaced these manuscripts for our apostate generation to find and then finally produce a reliable Word of God. How preposterous! Forget all this stuff about manuscripts and look at the results. The KJV has produced solid Christians for generations who live what the Book says. The great revivals and great preachers have stood by the old KJV and have seen God move mightily among the lost. The MVs lovers have produced hundreds of different Bibles, all of which cast doubt concerning what verses should be included and what God actually said in these verses. These MV lovers ask where was the Word of God up until 1600 AD, yet their contention is that we still do not have a copy of the Word of God to put into our hands today. Is it the ASV or the RV or the RSV or perhaps the NASB. No, maybe it is the NIV or the ESV or the NLT. Or it could be the LB maybe even the HCSB, but it surely isn't the KJV. Well, you can keep looking till you run out of letters, I will stay with the KJV, the Bible God has put His stamp of approval on!