The Style Manual itself could probably do with some sprucing up. That aside, though, at least at some point in my career on OrthodoxWiki, I started following the Wikipedia style WRT the "External links" section, which is to capitalize only the first word. I prefer to keep capitalization somewhat at a minimum, especially to stave off what I sometimes see in Orthodox writing in English, in which it seems that nearly every word gets capitalized at times.
Orthodoxy in America image
I like it! I made the switch.
FWIW, though, given the style of the cross (which is a wall cross, not a pectoral—I have one at home), one would think the original image might represent not the Byzantine Empire come to America, but rather an American Tsardom. :) —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 06:00, March 14, 2006 (CST)
Thanks for the welcome. As you might have guessed, I still spend more of my editing time at Wikipedia, but I wish you well. Rdr. Theophan 16:44, April 5, 2006 (CDT)
Yeah, I found it a bit suspect, too, but it is one of the points made in the response, as found in the 1972 book referenced in the article. I included it because that's what's in there. —Dcn. Andrew talk random contribs 16:52, August 14, 2006 (CDT)