A critique of the KJV-Only position and an Examination of G. A. Riplinger's book, New Age Bible Versions.Today the English-speaking Christian has more Bible translations available to him than at any other time in history. But in light of this overabundance, confusion often arises as to which translation is the best. In answer to this question there exists a position that claims that the King James Version (KJV) is the only true and reliable translation. Many KJV-only advocates, such as G. A. Riplinger, argue that the manuscripts behind modern translations have been doctored and corrupted to promote new age teachings. How sound are such arguments? And how tenable is the KJV-only position in general? These are the questions that this booklet addresses. The information contained here will show the reader that the claims of the KJV-Only advocates are false and at times even self-refuting.