Not sure if this has been posted before but there's a bunch of ability checks that don't make any kind of sense when you compare them to the stat they are associated with:
Religion - Intelligence ( Both Priest and Druid are Wisdom Classes ) Just use your common sense here.
Nature - Intelligence ( Both Ranger and Druid are Wisdom Classes ) A Ranger is obviously well versed in Nature just like a Druid and still common sense would dictate to lean over Wisdom.
Intimidation - Charisma ( A 17 Strenght Gith would make a lot more sense using intimidation ) Brutal, Savage or Strong chars are supposed to be intimidating to the average normie villager.
Deception is debatable since it could be more of an Intelligence Skill but Persuasion is definitely a Charisma skill.
Why do you think that a skill that is thematically appropriate to a class should be governed by that classes main stat?
With this mindset you are leading yourself into a trap.
Wizard, Sorcerer, Arcane domaine cleric. 3 classes for wich Arcana is thematically appropriate skill. But they relly on defferent stats for casting spells.
A farmer that was conscripted as a fighter will know more about nature or animal handling than a noble that became a ranger.
And how exactly is wisdom more apropriate to detemine wich god is asociated with a symbol?
In some cases you can make an argument for strenth for intimidation. But have you ever watched any movies? Having someone at gunpoint only works if you can present yourself in a way that you will follow thrugh. And presenting yourself is a charisma skill.