On that particular page*, there's the classic image of Robert Powell from the 1977 miniseries "Jesus of Nazareth".
It's known that - as well as reading through the script - he also read the New Testament to get a feel for the character he was playing.
Hey, Davey-boy: Was that Bible he used the KJV? How can you know for sure? You know what'll happen if you can't prove he did.
Is Robert Powell Saved? You know what'll happen to not just your right to think the way you do if your answer is anything other than 'Yes'...!
...and therefore your right to so much as think of questioning anyone else who has more than every right in the world to say they're Saved too. I'm Saved (PROTIP: 'O.S.A.S.').
So much for your right to think you can equally say you are if you so much as think of disagreeing with me, Dave-o.
*- It'd be a good idea to keep an eye on said page, to determine if he's aware of this particular thread (and even Stevie Wonder can see that Davey-boy knows of FSTDT's existence: the sockpuppets 'Lauren', 'SitsOnItAndSpins' etc).
If that particular image stays, Davey's fucked, doctrine-wise: because he can't prove Powell used a KJV on set. Least of all his 'Saved' status. Because if he can't prove that this British actor is Saved, ergo...!
If that image is changed or removed, the fact we'll know he lurks FSTDT will be the least of his problems: and not just because we can get under his skin anyway (as proved in the past re. those sockpuppets).
Because you won't be able to avoid this simple, but historically proven - and therefore inescapable - fact on this very page of the website that is FSTDT, Dave-o:
Gay king, thus gay Bible, therefore gay God.
And you're fucked, regardless. [/Hobson's Choice]
Especially if - as a result of the above proven fact about the monarch who authorised that which is the basis of your 'Beliefs' - you change to another, newer: Heretical version: despite everything you've said about any 'version' other than that KJV of yours...!
...but if you stay with that QJV: and what is proven about Queen James I.
My, but what an MC Escher-esque multi-dimensional paradox you're in, Davey-boy...!