Now as far as the verse I use as my basis for why the King James Bible is the only ENGLISH translated bible we should be using, is Ecclesiastes 8:4 “Where the word of a king is, there is power; and who may say unto him, what doest thou?” By this basis if a king says that this (KJV) is the Bible, then I will believe him. Besides if you do your study of the two bibles that were directly before it, one was very weak, the other was overly authoritative and gave too much power to the nobleman… -ChristsCombatant777
Every now and then KJVOist try to use Ecclesiastes 8:4 as proof the KJV is the only perfect English Bible. Over the years, I’ve been told various things about Ecclesiastes 8:4, but the above quote added a new spin to it. In their zeal to defend the false KJV only doctrine, some are willing to throw all reason and logic under the bus.
The one common denominator that all KJVOist share is a disregard for context and biblical time periods when dealing with the Scriptures. No matter if they are using Ecclesiastes 8:4 or Psalm 12:6-7 to defend their doctrine, when these passages were written and to whom it was written is irrelevant. KJVOism is one of the easiest false doctrines to debunk, but it is also one of the most frustrating because many who spew out this nonsense should know better. All one has to do is simply read Ecclesiastes 8 and Psalm 12 in context to see the errors pushed forth by many KJVOist.