Holy Bible<quoted text>Actually, to specify a god of the Bible, you would use Adonai, Jehovah, Elohim, El-Shaddai, etc.
"God" is a generic term that Christians have tried to steal and claim as their own by capitalizing it. Seems stealing is a defining characteristic of the Abrahamic religions.
- Names for the Bible â Capitalize all names for the Bible, for parts and versions of the Bible and all names of other sacred books.
Â· Bible Â· Scriptures Â· Word of God Â· Holy Bible Â· Old Testament Â· New Testament
Â· Gospels Â· Ten Commandments Â· Lordâs Prayer Â· Gospels Â· Gospel of Luke
Â· King James Version Â· New International Version
- Creeds and Confessions â Capitalize all names of creeds and confessions of faith and general Biblical terms.
Â· Lordâs Supper Â· the Apostlesâ Creed
Â· the Westminster Catechism Â· Nicene Creed
- Deity - Capitalize all names for Deity
Â· Father Â· Almighty Â· God Â· Lord Â· Holy Spirit Â· Son of Man
Â· Messiah Â· Lord of Hosts Â· Redeemer Â· Savior Â· Holy Trinity
- Devil - Capitalize all names for the Devil
Â· Devil Â· Satan Â· Adversary Â· Father of Lies Â· Evil One Â· Lucifer
Â· Prince of Darkness Â· Beelzebub (meaning Satan)
* Do not capitalize when used in a general sense or as an expletive.(Example: The devil is a formidable adversary.)