Talk:Index of religious honorifics and titles

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Title for counselors of Temple Presidents[edit]

I am posting here to report an error. This article claims that counselors to a temple president are properly referred to as "Brother so-and-so." I worked at the Mount Timpanogos Temple for over six years and saw many changes in temple presidencies. In every case, the counselors were correctly referred to as "President so-and-so". If you were to go to the Church Handbook of Instructions, you would see that this is the correct honorific name title. A temple presidency is no different from the First Presidency or a mission presidency. Accordingly, I am changing the article. Please post here before reverting. --Jgstokes (talk) 23:37, 11 October 2014 (UTC)

Missing[edit]

We are missing at least the following: Unitarian Universalism, Gnosticism; Bahá'í Faith; Sikhism; Jainism; Chinese traditional religions, including Taoism, Confucianism & Faism; Shinto; various indigenous animistic, shamanistic, and folk religion belief systems. Asterisk*Splat 22:56, 13 October 2014 (UTC)

Khalif missing

Abbreviations used for salutations in correspondence[edit]

Is it possible to get a column added for abbreviated salutations as they would be used in correspondence? For example, an envelope for Father James O'Riley would probably be written as "Fr. James O'Riley." I think it would be helpful to have these salutations listed on this page.

Neopaganism Edits[edit]

I don't believe Santeros or Babalawo's/Iyalawo's of the Santeria and Yoruban Ifa to be neopagan faiths. I think it would be more appropriate to construct a section for "Ethnic", "cultural", "Syncretic" religions, or for the Yoruba/Ifa for it to be under "Pre-christian".. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:19B:800:71A8:D98B:71E9:1037:721E (talk) 12:01, 2 February 2017 (UTC)