I've been writing some articles pertaining to Christian weddings just recently. Mostly because the Christians here are allowing me to gazump their category. :)
However, I'm running into some vague areas regarding the correct capitalization of certain words. I know that God, Jesus and Mary (Joseph too?) all have their pronouns capitalised, as do any nouns in the usual way. But what other words? Are there any more which don't necessarily follow standard English grammar?
For example, would I write 'scripture' or 'Scripture'? How about 'the good book'? Plus do saints, apostles, prophets, disciples and the like get capitalised pronouns too?
Basically a rule of thumb - if such a thing exists - would forestall me having to ask each time I encounter a potential anomaly from the general rules of England language.
Naturally I'd be very grateful if Wizzley's Christians would give my articles the once over, in order to ensure I've called it all correctly thus far. Thanks in advance. <3