The use of PBUH
The Templar Church does not use the letters PBUH (peace be upon him.) behind names of saints or names of angels. Even more, not even behind the name of the messiah, the Son of God! The use of (pbuh) is a pagan* custom. The use (pbuh) is used by pagans as a kind of lucky charm or as a kind of swearing (oath making), both things Jesvs warned against.
Matthew 5:34-37 ...I say to you: Do not swear at all, neither by heaven, for it is God’s throne; 35 nor by earth, for it is the footstool of his feet; nor by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great King. 36 Do not swear by your head, since you cannot turn one hair white or black. 37 Just let your word ‘Yes’ mean yes, your ‘No,’ no, for what goes beyond this is from the wicked one.
(*) Pagan: any religion that is not Christian is considered a pagan religion according to the Templar Church.
the use of Titles
The Templar church also does not use church titles, when greeting or talking to each other. Eventhough one may be Frato, Patro, Avo or Apostle, when greeting an Frato/Patro/Avo/Apostle one does just use the word "brother". For Jesvs told us to do so:
Matthew 23: 8-10 But you, do not be called Rabbi, for one is your Teacher, and all of you are brothers. 9 Moreover, do not call anyone your father on earth, for one is your Father, the heavenly One. 10 Neither be called leaders, for your Leader is one, the Christ.
The use of kissing a ring.
The Templar Church also avoids the strange use of ring kissing. This habit is not christian and shows more importance to the ring (gold/rishes) then to the person who is being recieved. If one wants to honour another brother, why not a holy kiss on the forhead? Jesvs showed, gold is not worth more then the temple:
Matthew 23:16-17 “Woe to you, blind guides, who say, ‘If anyone swears by the temple, it is nothing; but if anyone swears by the gold of the temple, he is under obligation.’ 17 Fools and blind ones! Which, in fact, is greater, the gold or the temple that has sanctified the gold?
In that same line of thought; a gold ring is not worth more then the person wearing it. So to truly honour someone is to give the person a holy kiss.
The use of skull caps
The Templar Church also avoids the use of nonbiblical skull caps. Nowhere in the bible do we read that our Holy Saviour was wearing one or that one of his apsotles wore one. The use of the scullcap is a jewish tradition that has become part of the jewish faith after they had left following Gods commandments and crucified Jesvs to the cross.
The catholic church may mistakenly use skullcaps thinking it makes them more holy, but that does not mean Templars should. True christians stay away from incorrect traditions even though they may not be harmful in themselves.
Is arab a Holy language?
NO and that is the simple truth! How could the language of a pagan people ever be holy?
is here a holy language?
there is no holy language, because language evolves! let us take the example of the english language: the english which is spoken today is not the same as 200 years ago, and then we have not even spoken about external influences, that have left their imprint on the english language; like french, norman before that and german even before that. Are these holy too then? since they shaped the english language into what it is today? if not, then the holy language has been corrupted by these? If these have corrupted the english language, how could the enlglish of today have come about and have become holy if it was corrupted by these outside forces?
If we were forced to choose a language, and call it holy, then the one that would win the price would have to be hebrew. because 1) it is the language Jesvs Christ spoke and 2) the one God spoke to the messiah, when he said:
Matt 3:17 "This my Son, the beloved, whom I have approved". (at Jesvs babtism)
Matt 17:5 "This is my Son, the beloved, whom I love, listen to Him". (during the transfiguration on the mountain)
John 12:27 then a voice spoke from heaven, saying. "I have already brought glory to my name, and will do so again." (at the cleaning of the temple)