Recently, while talking with the KJVO Baptist Pastor of the church that I was thinking about joining, we got on the discussion of KJVO-ism.. I had mentioned that I didnt buy into this particular belief, but that I would still go to his church and just chew on the meat and spit out the bone so to speak.. We went lightheartedly back and forth for a minute and he said this.. "Just think about it Emily.. For 400 YEARS.. there was nothing other than the KJV.. and now all of a sudden, everyone wants to update the english, but while they are busy updating english, they are also updating their opinions and things are getting out of hand." He went on to say that "I am not a Ruckmanist by any standard".. He also said.."I believe that it could be possible for someone to go to the Textus Receptus and update the language, and only the language, but thus far, nobody has done it".. but by question is.. would anybody even trust it? Would any KJV-onlyist even give it a fair chance? I can sympathize with the KJVO position a little bit.. I think that if I was always taught that MV's were evil, I would tend to stray away from them as well.. I was looking on christianitytoday.com's website and they had a bunch of links, and one of them was about reading the bible in 1 year.. I clicked on it, and they were very proud of offering it in a very easy to understand bible, but it wasnt one that I had ever heard of, so I treated it like the plague.. I myself prefer the NASB, but I guess I can feel the fear of the KJV-onlyists.. I just dont agree with them..