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Writer Ellis J. Biderson makes the argument that we need to fix our rules of capitalization when it comes to religion:

… why provide God with the same artifactual honor as Parcheesi, the Pillsbury Doughboy, the Civil War, minor-league hockey teams, Santa Claus, and, for that matter, the word Flatulence when it begins a sentence? Not even evangelists are clear in their use of a holy capital: the way Jerry Falwell talked about “my God,” it was as if he was capitalizing the m, not the g.

(via Free Inquiry)