This is for KJVO only! You know that I am one of KJVO. I read many posts from any of you, KJV onlyists in the past. I noticed the controversy on the subject of the "inspiration." Let me explain: 2 Timothy 3:16 (KJV) All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: What is the inspiration? You know the Greek word for inspiration is "theopneustos." It comes from double Greek words, "theo" (God) and "pneO" (to breath). You know, it means "God-breathed." What is the Scripture? The Greek for Scripture is "graphE." It refers to the words. Scripture is graphE which means, "that which is written down." God breathed out the words (Scripture): He breathed out pasa graphE (all Scripture). As the Bible uses it, the word, "inspiration" refers to the writings, not the writers. That is called, "autographs." The KJVO said, "God inspired the KJV." Ok, this means, "the KJV inspiration." On other hand, God inspired the KJV. That means the "re-inspiration." God inspired the KJV because it is a translation. God inspired the KJV because God rejected the autographs. God inspired the KJV because that means to reject that God preserved His words in the KJV. God inspired the KJV because the KJV is perfect. If God inspired the KJV, then God inspired the Oxford KJV, the Cambridge KJV, the Nelson KJV, the Moody KJV, the Zondervan KJV and more. God inspired the KJV.... (more lists, but that is enough). Do you understand the word, "inspiration"? Let me explain more in regard of its meaning. Inspiration means when God inspires the written word on the page, when it is written on the page, then it is inspired. If God inspired the KJV, does that mean that the autographa and the apographa were rejected by God? I don't believe that God inspired the KJV. This is wrong. The reason is that the KJV itself is a translation. The translation is taken from the original writings. It is not the original writings itself. I believe the KJV is the inspired Word of God. I see the KJVOs all the time saying the KJV is inspired. The inspired-KJV position is the same as the Ruckman position.