Someone in another thread asked about a link between legalistic dress for women and the KJVO position. It does seem that there is a link and I think I can explain. First of all, this doesn't always go together and not all who believe either of these are legalists (for that matter, I use the KJV) but there is often a link. The problem is that these people are conservatives. Now, you may think that being a conservative is a good thing. most christians would consider themselves to be political conservatives but let's look at how that mentality effects these issues. The problem here is that people have this type of conservative world view and they are then highly influenced by tradition rather than actual Biblical rule. Why do people really want to use the KJV? Because it is traditional. It is the status quo. It is old therefore it is good. after all, in the "good old days" that is what "we used". Now I know there are valid reasons and I DO use the KJV but I don't believe that it is the only translation that could ever be the true word of God in english. As far as pants, I don't care what you wear. But, notice that people will say that 50 years ago or 200 years ago etc, it was a given that men wore pants and women wore dresses. Ok, fine. Now women wear pants and men wear pants. OK. All that proves is two cultural traditions. No where in the Bible does it define the specifics of modesty and just what makes up a mans apparel or vice versa. I believe the KJV is the best translation in the English language. Do I believe that it is the last truly inspired Word and that all others are automatically rubbish? Of course not. If you don't think that women should wear pants, that is within your Christian liberty to do but please do not makes extra Biblical rules for the sake of tradition. And most importantly, DO NOT force you opinions that are not backed in the Bible on others. Anyone that tries to lay a guilt trip on my wife for things not directly spoken against in the Bible without my consent had better watch out. Anyway, I hope that make sense for those who wonder what the link is between the two. It comes down to a worship of tradition.