Moon Knight (vol. 2) #5 (Nov. 1985):
“Debts and Balances”
by Chris Warner, Jo Duffy, Alan Kupperberg
This publication is also known as: Moon Knight: Fist of Khonshu #5.
This is a prime example of a comic book story with a lot of unusual religious content. At this point in Moon Knight's life, the Priests of Khonshu are directly guiding him, interrupting his life and sending him on various missions.
One such mission puts Marc Spector (the Moon Knight) right in the middle of a peculiar conflict between two overtly religious groups.
An obscure (and fictional) religious sect known (although perhaps not formally) as Worshippers of the White Cobra has members who have long sacrificed young women in a ritual in order to create an elixir their lives. In Chicago, two worshippers of the White Cobra are brothers: David and Virgil Morgan.
Somehow, a Sikh religious leader named Saduhl Singh finds out about the Morgan brothers. Saduhl Singh lives in India, but he dispatches three female Sikh warriors to put a stop to the evil of these White Cobra worshippers. These Sikh warriors are named Gun, Fist, and Blade. Moon Knight arrives in Chicago, but during most of the story he thinks that the Sikh warriors are the "villains" because they are trying to kill the Morgan brothers and their bodyguards.
Ultimately, the Morgan brothers are unable to complete their ritual. One is shot by Sikh warrior Gun. The other dies when his old age catches up to him because he is unable to create the elixir.
This isn't meant to be a complete summary of this story, but these notes should provide some idea of the mix of religious characters in this story.