Psalm 12:6, KJV: "The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times." This verse is used by one group of Onlyists who tell the goofy theory that the Scriptures in English have been purified seven times, culminating in the KJV. Two of the spreaders of this codwallop are Terry Watkins & Dr. Lawrence Vance. (BTW, Vance also spreads the false "seven Church Ages" doctrine.) But let's look at the SCRIPTURE. It begins, "The words of the LORD **ARE** pure words." David wrote this C. 1000 BC. and David was comparing God's words with the purest physical thing he knew, silver refined seven times. This was the standard for the silver used in the Tabernacle utensils, and was very pure, even by modern standards. Thus, David wrote in a comparative sense, which is universally translated **AS** silver by virtually all Old Testament translators. God's words were pure from the gitgo in whatever languages He gave them. And the differences in languages is NOT lost to God. After all, He made every one of them! Thus, what He has caused to be written in English is as pure as He chose, again from the gitgo, despite the vast differences in Hebrew and English. His words haven't been refined at all; they've been presented in English to reflect the changes in the language since God first placed His word in English. Thoughts, anyone?