Matthew 23:8-9 [1611 Authorized Version] 8 But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren. 9 And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. 10 Neither be ye called masters: for one is your Master, even Christ. Fact 1: Every time you call your priest "Father", you have just violated Matthew 23:9. Moreover, everytime you call the Bishop of Rome "Pope", you have just violated Matthew 23:9. From etymonline.com: Pope O.E. papa, from M.L. papa "bishop, pope" (in classical L., "tutor"), from Gk. papas "patriarch, bishop," originally "father." The very word "Pope" means "Papa" or "Father". Every single time that word is uttered, it blasphemes Matthew 23:9. Moreover still, everytime you call someone "Sir", you border upon blasphemy of Matthew 23:9. From etymonline.com: sir 1297, title of honor of a knight or baronet (until 17c. also a title of priests), variant of sire, originally used only in unstressed position. Generalized as a respectful form of address by c.1350; used as a salutation at the beginning of letters from 1425. sire c.1205, title placed before a name and denoting knighthood, from O.Fr. sire, from V.L. *seior, from L. senior "older, elder" (see senior). Standing alone and meaning "your majesty" it is attested from c.1225. General sense of "important elderly man" is from 1362; that of "father, male parent" is from c.1250. The verb meaning "to beget, to be the sire of" is attested from 1611, from the noun. Thus, every single time you say "Sir", although by the word's deepest "etymological" roots of word-meaning you are merely saying "Senior / Elder", in modern practice you are saying "Father", heretically blaspheming Matthew 23:9. Note that it would appear that the blasphemous re-definition of "Sire" from "Senior" to "Father" came from the 1611 Authorized Version itself. Fact 2: Every time you call someone "Mr.", you have just blasphemed Matthew 23:10. Again, from etymonline.com: mister as a title of courtesy before a man's Christian name, 1447, unaccented variant of master. Every single time you and everyone else says it, or writes it, you and everyone else blasphemes Matthew 23:10. If you don't like what I'm saying, WHERE AM I WRONG SCRIPTURALLY?