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Topic: How Do You Capitalize Letters (in Names, Pronouns) to Show Respect?  (Read 301 times)

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Obviously, first-letters of all names & of pronouns referring to the 'highly-esteemed' (God, Jesus, some prophets, royalty).

But what about if you use the names or esteemed pronouns where they would be capitalized anyway (at the beginnings of sentences, major words in titles-&-subjects)? I know 'common grammar' just capitalizes them like any other ol` sentence-beginning, but don't names-etc. deserve MORE?

For instance: Writing 'Him' (referring to God) in a subject-line, wouldn't it be better to make it "HIm" or "HiM" or "hIm" or "hiM" or "hIM" or "HIM"?


------------------------------------------------------------------------------That's what a Pharisee might say today. You now have the chance to respond as my mentor Jesus-of-Joseph would, and I pray that you will!

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