Quick English grammer lesson for you.<quoted text>
Not always true. Proper names are capitalized SOMETIMES as a matter of respect, just as people sometimes write G-d instead of spelling it out as a matter of respect. One would have to believe that its a proper name of a person to bother to worry about capitalizing it. I dont believe he ever existed, tho I will show respect to the view of the faith when speaking TO someone that I respect such as Sue or OL or Pups, on a subject I respect, the Catholic faith.
If I were speaking of Jesus Jones (someone I actually know), I would capitalize his name. I dont view ***your version*** of jesus as a person however. I dont bother to capitalize fictional characters that I have no respect for.
We get your point about Jesus, foo.