KJVOs ask the most inane questions demonstrating the triviality of the games they play with the inspiration and preservation of God's Word. For example, they pretend to ask questions that every Christian in the history of the church should have and actually have answered in the affirmative, such as, "Where can one find God's Word, perfectly preserved, word-for-word?" When asked who ever in the long and rich history of the church ever had such before 1611, they are remarkably silent, indicating that their question itself is either inane or sectarian or novel. An analogy of KJVOs' inane questioning runs something like this: "Which is the word-for-word, inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God: the KJV rendering of Isaiah 61:1 or the KJV rendering of Luke 4:18? They can't both be inerrant, infallible, inspired, etc., because any stupid person with half a gnat's brain can see that they're different. Did Isaiah say what the KJV of Isaiah says, or what Jesus in the KJV of Luke says that Isaiah said?" If you say "both," you're called an illogical dimwit, if you say that the current Hebrew mss of Isaiah or the current Greek ones of Luke are corrupt, you're labeled an unbelieving Bible agnostic, and if you say that Jesus himself expanded Isaiah, you're labeled a heretic for claiming that Jesus "lied" about what Isaiah actually said. Basically, any answer to such inane KJVO questions are an exercise in futility.