Putting God in its Proper Case

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In a recent Washington Post article on a medical mystery, a radiology technician is reported to have exclaimed, “Oh my God, look at that aorta.” After reading the article, I wondered about that quote. Not about its accuracy, not about whether the aorta really was something to behold, and not about what it must have felt like to be the owner of the aorta when he realized “that the man was talking about him.” I wondered about God. More specifically, I wondered about the capitalization of God… . Continue Reading »