The terms "King James Only" or "KJV-Only" are applied to those holding a wide variety of doctrinal views, some of which are conflicting. Some hold that the KJV is simply the best translation of the preserved manuscripts, while others hold the more extreme view that the KJV was actually "given by inspiration of God" (2Tim. 3:16, KJV) and has more authority than the original manuscripts.
- D. A. Carson, The King James Version Debate. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1979.
- David Cloud, Examining "The King James Only Controversy", Way of Life Literature, ISBN 1-58318-060-5
- James White, The King James Only Controversy, Bethany House Publishers, 1995. ISBN 1556615752
- Another King James Bible Believer by Will Kinney
- King James Bible Page
- The A.V. 1611 Answers Association
- "King James Only" (a brief look at the term)
- "Way of Life's Electronic KJV Defense Library"
- Why King James Version Onlyism Denies Sola Scriptura, a Blog by "Rebecca"
- The Conspiracy Behind the New Bible Translations by Dan Wallace at Bible.org
- Why I Do Not Think the King James Bible is the Best Translation Available Today by Dan Wallace at Bible.org
- A look at the King James Only debate by Eric Pement
- The King James Only Resource Center
- Alpha and Omega Ministries (James White's apologetic ministry)