By using the lower case pronoun for Krishna, aren’t you minimizing his position?
For our heart shall rejoice in him, because we have trusted in his holy name.
— Psalm 33:21, KJV
Most publishers, religious and general, use the lowercase style … to conform to the two most popular versions of the Bible (the bestselling New International Version and the historically dominant King James Version).
[Capitalizing] gives a book, at best, a dated, Victorian feel, and at worst, an aura of irrelevance to modern readers.
That’s worth thinking about—no one wants to their work to be considered dated or irrelevant.