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You know you write about Doctor Who a lot when you go to write the word “doctor” and instinctively capitalize it. I did that this morning.

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  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/goodandtruth Coleman Glenn

    And you know you write about God a lot when your first instinct is to capitalize “him” (assuming you’re traditional like that). As a pastor I’ve done it on more than one occasion, and recently I was chatting on Facebook with a friend who’s currently in seminary. We were talking about a professor we both admired, and my friend wrote, “I respect His opinions.” My response: “I do too, but not THAT much” – just as he wrote, “Wow. I don’t respect them THAT much.”