I usually enjoy those posts, although they are sometimes pretentious. And I know everyone hates the grammar police.
Today's contribution contains this:
But too many people now scale the cross merely to be seen from a distance, even if they have to trample he who has been there so long in the process.Ugh.
The sentence is overall awkward, but what really hurts is that he who. It's him, because the word is the direct object of the verb trample. It's who because the word is the subject of the clause modifying him. They don't have to be the same case. In fact, they shouldn't be.