I have a wonderful sweet elderly handicapped man at my church who has written a tract and gave it to me to edit. I love this guy as he has a great burden for lost people and even in his crippled condition would -until now that he is wheel-chair and home bound - pass out tracts to all kinds of people everywhere he went. The tract he has written is a hot mess. It's hard to follow, hard to read, and impossible to understand. He's a staunch King James Onlyist. His tract, that he wanted me to pass around in it's typed 8.5 by 11 form to others, has its basic tenet that the KJV of the Bible says "Holy Ghost" and NEVER "Holy Spirit" and therefore "Holy Spirit" is a lie. How do I tell him that the King James Version does indeed say "Holy Spirit" in Luke 11:13 and that both "Holy Ghost" and "Holy Spirit" mean literally - the same exact thing. He had me completely type OVER another tract he used to pass around about using the Lord's Name in vain, which was a really a good tract. But, it contained the phrase "Holy Spirit" and he refused to pass anymore out until I typed the whole thing over with "Holy Ghost" with new pictures and all. He has no idea what he was asking. I told him that I would make two copies, but that "he and I" couldn't rewrite the tract for mass use as that would infringe on someone's copy-rights and be illegal. I did make a whole new tract and typed "Holy Ghost", inserted new pictures per his request, laminated two copies, and folded into a tract-sized document. He was pleased and thanked me profusely. I wanted to tell him then about his wrong thinking about "Holy Ghost vs. Holy Spirit", but I just couldn't do it. Now that he has written his "own" tract and wants me to edit it, I'm in pickle. I CAN'T make his writings in a tract. As I said, it's a hot mess. And I can't - in good conscience - let him believe that I agree with his writings. He is such a beloved man by all who know him and a wonderful and courageous person - but I've to say something to him. I guess here's my question. If the word "Holy Ghost" and "Holy Spirit" both literally mean "hagios pneuma" how can I explain that two different words are just two different words? And since "Holy Spirit" is INDEED in the King James in Luke 11:13 and this mans' work is such a disaster ....... .....please help me with what to tell him. I don't want to hurt him or make him feel bad.