Churchgoers, faithful, chosen, saved, flock?
The Orthodox or Orthodox Church? Lawbringers? X-tian with X being the Gods of Laws name?
Riffing off of GrayPumplin, simply "Orthodox". As in, you're Pagan or you're Orthodox.
I need a handy-dandy one word term for the followers of the God of Law.Lawyers.
I wouldn't use orthodoxy, honestly. I mean, if your society has a lawful pagan religion, then you could be an orthodox pagan. I like Faithful, Believers, Chosen, Saved, Flock, etc. (mostly Cole's list above). It all depends on the flavor of the group, and what you want the name to say about them.
How about simply Lawful? There's the alignment issue, but that's meta-speak (at least in my mind). If not that, then what about Templars or Worshippers?
Wayers? As in "One True Way".
Hmmm... I have had the same problem at various times. I've called the organization the Church, or the Western Church. As for the followers, if something generic like Believers, Disciples or Followers doesn't work, maybe create a prophet or founder (Benn, the Great One) - then everyone is a Bennite.
What's the God of Law's Name? I'd call them something based off that if possible.
Sanctified, Witnesses, Proselytes, Evangelists, Apostles, Disciples...
@ BeedoI do call the organization the Church.@ jgbrowningGod. The Church is the medieval Church with the Jesus stuff filed off. Still has saints though.@ everyone elseSome good suggestions. I'll have to mull them over.
"Lawbringers", or something along those lines, I would say.
Justiciars. Deists. Ordinals. Coherents. Axiots. The Covenant. Disciples (from discipline.)
Abiders. They're Law Abiding.Has a decent ring to it...