pattaz
 
Reply Wed 2 Dec, 2009 11:57 am
If i was to write the following sentence, would I captilize alpha, omega, expert and almighty?

I have to believe and keep telling myself, some days more than others; God is the alpha and the omega, the expert of all experts, and the almighty.
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Reply Wed 2 Dec, 2009 02:23 pm
I think you meant to write "capitalise" if you follow British English spelling conventions, and "capitalize" if you follow US English.

The answer is "yes and no". Or more clearly "yes, if you want to". A very religious person would probably start all of those words with a capital letter, to show their piety, but another might not. Neither would be wrong.
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Reply Wed 2 Dec, 2009 02:26 pm
@contrex,
Good answer.
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