Yes, ViolatedSmurf and Velkyn, but I have a better source than the Wikipedia about the KJV Only movement.
"If the King James Bible is not the word of God, then where is it?" -- James Hanson, professor of Computer Science at Cleveland State University. (Read below for more explanation.)
Remember 3rd Rock from the Sun
? One of the aliens got a job as a physics professor at a small private university near Cleveland, Ohio. Of course his civilization had the Grand Unified Theory down pat but he had to cover it up by teaching the world's most confusing college physics course. He hauled in emotional material such as having the students calculate how guilty he felt when he injured a chipmunk while driving.
Just by sheer coincidence
among the small colleges in northeast Ohio there is a Methodist college, Baldwin-Wallace. And just by odd coincidence
it had a professor of physics, Gerardus Bouw, who believed the Earth was the unmoving center of the universe because the Bible said so. The King James Bible. This, even tho his native language was Dutch, not English. James Hanson, an IT professor from Cleveland State convinced him on the matter of the KJV. No paraphrase can do justice to Bouw's thinking so here are his words:
. Our main disagreement lay in the area of the inerrancy of the King James Bible. Jim had the quaint notion that it is the inerrant preserved word of God in English, if not in the world. Finally it was late and time to go to sleep. As Jim said good night, he left me with one final question. If the King James Bible is not the word of God, then where is it? I had no answer to that one and after a few minutes thought, I was forced to the conclusion that the King James Bible is truly the inerrant, preserved word of God.
Hanson would tell his computer science students that there was a "simple equation" that explained how the Earth was the center of the universe. Bouw apparently had some system of compensating factors worked out. I don't know what it was. For instance, Sirius is almost on the celestial equator. It is about 9 light years away. If it rotates around the Earth its path is (9 * 2 * pi) = 56 light years every day. So it moves at 2 light years per hour or about 370 times the speed of light. Skip the Einsteinian stuff and just consider the Newtonian. Think of the centripetal force to hold that in a circular path. It clearly isn't gravity since such gravity would crush us to a thin film one molecule thick, I'd guess. Indeed Bouw explains these are "Massive Superstrings in the Universe", the title of his 2005 paper.
Anyway back to the topic. I read an essay of Bouw's that dealt with an evidence for global warming. That is, the average height of waves in the Atlantic has increased by an inch over recent times. Bouw explains that waves randomly disperse energy. Randomness is entropy. Entropy is increasing chaos. Chaos is disorder. Order is obedience to what is good. So entropy is from sin. Therefore the increasing height of the waves is caused by an increase in sin. What sin? The sin of reading versions of the Bible other than the KJV.
Here, you read it. It includes the math:"Waves of Sin"
from Biblical Astronomer