Many KJVO’ers will state that unlike all other modern-day bible translations (which is odd, because there were plenty of translations made between the KJV and the RV, including several revisions made to the KJV itself) is not copyrighted…
The young man, while holding an Oxford KJV 1769 which is actually a little different from the Cambridge and wholly different from the 1611, pronounces that a copyright completely invalidates a bible from being the word of God. However, the young man fails to realize that the KJV itself is copyrighted:
The young man has produced other videos as well, one of which proclaims that the KJV has never changed since 1611. If I had the time to debunk every one of those myths of his, I would, but suffice it to say, all you have to do is to pick up a 1611 and compare it to either the Cambridge KJV or the Oxford KJV and you will see very large differences. By the way, there is a movement out there which is a subset of the KJVO group which dictates that only the Cambridge is the pure word of God.