Quite honestly I never fully realized the incredible controversy surrounding the KJVO stance and those who hold that the MV’s are solid. I have consistently stood against the MV’s for fear they would change a doctrine (Ariansim primarily) and I would not be able to detect it in casual reading. I have upheld the King James in that given its history it has stood the test of time and scrutiny and has emerged in good shape (inerrant in all matter of faith and doctrine). That I can accept other versions as being preserved is not an enigma, at least to me, for I do not underestimate the power of God in maintaining a group of witnesses through out history and providing each group with the powerful living word that were translations of the originals or translations of the translations of the originals. With all the posturing and bantering on this forum I am curious who has a degree in biblical languages? Since few folks today bring their LXX to services who then is truly qualified and tested in the languages to the point that they can challenge the common understandings and misunderstandings of the forum. If I am going to be taught I want to know that the teacher is qualified and conservative in their doctrine. If one is posting on this board they are teaching and I trust that each will be a benefit to others on the board. Please don’t take me to task on this forum because I failed to demonstrate a complete knowledge in the subject that is why I need to be taught.