While certainly not exhaustive of all KJVO positions, it seems to me on this board and others where KJVO is defended, that KJVO assumes that if you are not KJVO that you at one point STOPPED believing in God's inspired word or STOPPED believing in the KJV. Is it assumed they we all come from the KJVO position or were all raised on it and then later turned from the church. To me, to ask when I stopped believing the Bible was inspired and could be fully trusted makes me stratch my head; I have always belived this, everyday that I was reading my NASB. I have pretty much read cover to cover most popular English versions (except the NKJV), and I am never stumbling over contradictions, and differences, and gender language, and etc, but instead am convicted of sin, amazed by God's grace and mercy, awed by His coming judgement (of myself included ), astounded by His past and future promises of redemption, floored by any glimps of His love, amazed at His power, and ultimatly and finnally convinced of my own worthiness, inability, and total depedence on the God who is. Is there not enough in the Bible to marvel over then how many times the word blood is in it.