Can you be gay and worship God?
Any human being can worship God to the degree he/she is capable of knowing God. Some religions discourage or condemn gay lifestyles and culture as unnatural and therefore ungodly. However, even most of these religions admit it is not the person so much as the act that is condemned. In this sense, any act of this nature is considered sinful, but that doesn't mean the person is discouraged from worshiping God.
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Catholics worship God because they believe He is their Creator and that adoration, thanksgiving, petition and reparation are due to Him for His many blessings and benefits He has bestowed, especially that most basic of things, our own existence. Catholics believe that God created us to choose, of ou…r own volition to love Him, to choose to worship Him as a Father, not just a distant Creator. Through this relationship, loving, serving and worshiping God, Catholics have Faith and Hope that they will come to be with Him forever in heaven. (MORE)
No, The people on the Mayflower did not come to worship god. Theycame for other reasons. Also most the people on the Mayflower werenot Pilgrim Separatists, only 36 of 102 were members of thatchurch. The "Pilgrims" were a type of Protestant Puritan sect known at thetime as Separatists. They believed …that to belong to the Church ofEngland was against true Christianity. They felt they had to breakaway and form independent congregations that more strictly followedto divine requirements.This was treason in England at the time. Puritans rejected Christmas, Easter and the various Saint's Daysbecause it wasn't in scripture, and in their worship services, theyrejected hymns, the recitations of the Lord's Prayer and creeds forthe same reason. The Separatists believed that the worship of Godmust progress from the individual directly to God, and that "set"forms, like the Church of England's Book of Common Prayer. So they had moved to Holland in 1609, which was very tolerant ofother faiths. By 1617 they decided to leave. Their main reason was fear ofbecoming Dutch and not English, having no one that they couldconvert, dislike of the Dutch permissive attitudes, and difficultlygetting jobs. They were NOT oppressed as to their religiousbeliefs. This is a myth. Here is a quote from Bradford, one of theleaders, he notes the: "discouragements" [of the hard life they had in the Netherlands,and the hope of attracting others by finding] "a better, and easierplace of living"; the "children" of the group being "drawn away byevil examples into extravagance and dangerous courses"; the "greathope, for the propagating and advancing the gospell of the kingdomof Christ in those remote parts of the world." The places they thought of going were: Guiana, near the Dutch inEssequibo, or somewhere near the existing Virginia settlements.However, they thought that in both areas they would have the sameproblems so they choose to go to the Hudson river valley. But theygot lost and ended up in Massachusetts. They found it too hard togo south when they figured out where the were. Of the 102 people on the Mayflower only 36 were PilgrimSeparatists. They rest were 50 crew, 19 servants and the 36 men andfamilies recruited by the "Adventurer's company". None of the (majority) people who were NOT Separatists went to theNew World for any reasons having to do with faith, god or religiousfreedom. As to whether their god is my god, I don't think that matters much,but I am a direct descendant of at least 6 people on the boat (bothfrom the "Separatist" side and the so called "Strangers" side) andI am not a follower of their religion or of Christianity. Their religion is the ancestor of today's Congregationalists andthe United Church of Christ, the National Association ofCongregational Christian Churches; and the ConservativeCongregational Christian Conference. Congregational churches isclosely intertwined with that of American Presbyterianism. ManyYankee Congregationalists who moved west joined Presbyterianchurches. Others became Unitarians. Harvard was founded as aCongregational teaching school Back in England, in 1972, about three quarters of EnglishCongregational churches merged with the Presbyterian Church ofEngland to form the United Reformed Church (URC). However, about600 Congregational churches have continued in their historicindependent tradition. These are in the Congregational Federation,the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches, and about100 Congregational are in the Fellowship of Independent EvangelicalChurches, or are unaffiliated. (MORE)
I worship God because He is the Creator of the universe and He gave His only Son Christ Jesus to die for our sins. I worship God because He is the only One who can give me eternal life.
Some people worship the gods of their parents because they have never stopped to really consider whether there really are any gods. Those who enquire may come to the realisation that there is no God, but religion also provides some people with comfort and a sense of purpose. People do not need to ab…andon their faiths just because logic and reason say so. You have to remember that man makes god out of most things these days. If money is your god then that is what you will worship. However the Bible tells us that" there is only one Almighty GOD and that we should worship HIM wholesouled with all our heart". There are many faults gods! (MORE)
Jewish people are monotheistic, which means they worship one god. Only one. "Hear O Israel, the L-rd our G-d, the L-rd is One" And more than the belief that there is only one G-d in the world, Jews believe that He is the ONLY in the world. There is nothing besides Him.
The followers of Mohammed worship Allah by adhering to the tenetsof the Qur'an. It was written by Mohammed in the 7th century.
Christians worship God in a number of different ways. This is donethrough praying and singing at home and in church.
In 2014, there are still some cultures that worship tigers as gods.Some of the places are in China and Vietnam.
Allah Allah is the Arabic & Islamic word for God. Allah is one & only one , no partner , no similar , no son ,the eternal i.e of no beginning & no end , He is the creator ofeverything , the only one who deserves being worshipped , He is thelord of all creatures. Allah (or God) is the same God worsh…iped by, and called for worshipby, all God prophets since start of mankind; including Noah,Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them all). The one and only Suprem, Allah. Well to begin, it seems you have some misunderstanding withterminology. Islam is the religion, Muslims are the people thatpractice that religion. Just like Christianity is the religion andChristians are the people that practice that religion. Secondly,Muslims only worship one god. In Arabic his name is pronouncedAllah. However, this is just a word that means God in theirlanguage. They worship the same god that the Christians and Jewsdo. Arabs calling God Allah is no different from the French callingGod Dieu. Many people think that they worship Muhammad. This is nottrue, he was just a prophet (a messanger of God). In fact, he wasinspired by the Angel Gabriel just like some people were in the Oldand New Testaments. There are many similarities between Islam,Judaism, and Christianity that many people don't realize. I suggestgetting a book on the topic to help yourself learn more about othercultures and religions. There is no god, but Almighty God Whom the Muslims worship. He isthe Same and Only God Who sent about 1, 25, 000 Prophets for theguidance of human beings. He is the Sole Creator, Sustain-er,Provider, Protector and Ruler of all the worlds He has created. Hehas No Son, No Parents, No Off-spring, No Partner. He isAll-Merciful, Oft-Forgiving, Oft-Returning and the Sole Master ofthe day of Judgement. The Christians and the Jews also worship thesame God called Allah in Arabic. (MORE)
Answer . People worship gods for many reasons, perhaps originally because this gave them some control over their lives. They could call on their gods to ensure a good crop, a victory in war, help in a crisis or any other worthwhile purpose.. Different civilisations developed religions that suite…d their culture and geography. Early religions were often focussed on sky gods - the moon god, sun god, god of thunder, and so on. The importance of farming gradually led to the Celtic pantheon being dominated by gods of the earth.. Many who would enquire of the ancient Celtic beliefs now believe in the Abrahamic God, or perhaps no god at all, but for the Celts their religion provided people with comfort and a sense of purpose. There is diversity in religion because there is no objective proof that one religion and its God or gods are more true than another. (MORE)
People worship gods for many reasons, perhaps originally because this gave them some control over their lives. They could call on their gods to ensure a good crop, a victory in war, help in a crisis or any other worthwhile purpose. Many who would enquire of the Hindu beliefs are themselves believers… in the Abrahamic God, or perhaps no god at all, but for the Indian people their religion provides people with comfort and a sense of purpose. There is diversity in religion because there is no objective proof that one religion and its God or gods are more true than another. (MORE)
They do not worship a god. Confucianism is more like a philosophy then a religion, so if people were Confucius they could also be Buddhist without anyone saying pick a religion and stick with it!
Sparta didn't have a patron god, a god protector of the city (like Athens had Athena). They worship all 12 gods but they felt closer to Zeus as they considered themselves descendants of Hercules, son of Zeus. Other gods they worshiped were Apollo, Artemis (known as Artemis Orthia, possibly beca…use her cult joined with the pre-Dorian goddess Orthis) Athena Chalkioikos "of the bronze house" (the temple was decorated in bronze sheets), and Poseidon. (MORE)
The pre-Christian religion of the Assyrian empire (sometimes called Ashurism) centred around the Assur, patron god of the city of Assur, besides Ishtar patroness of the city of Niniveh. The god, Ashur, the patron god of Ashur from the Late Bronze Age was in constant rivalry with the patron deity of …Marduk. In Assyria, Ashur eventually superceded Marduk in his role as husband of Ishtar. (MORE)
For various reasons or for no reason also. It is traditional in most of the families to worship. Someone may not worship, if they do not feel doing so. It all depends on how you think. Someone may feel scientific and rational if they do not worship. Someone think they are rational when they wors…hip. Some think that worshiping is a spiritual attitude. Few people worship to express their love and gratitude to the God, the creator. Some may worship to ward off the hurdles of their life-journey. Very a few worship to commingle their soul with the God the super-soul. Some people think they themselves are part of GOD and worship for that realization. Some prefer to be separate from God and practice Bhakti Yoga. And so on, it so vast to describe since everyone has their own method and paths in this world where there are myriad religious ways and Gurus to chose from. When you are wonder-struck by the miracles of nature, or some act that is a miracle in your life, you start admiring God. Some may do physical analysis out of that wonder and may or may not end up in worshiping. (MORE)
to answer questions about the world and nature because they did nothave science. If lightning struck down a town they would call itthe mighty wrath of Zeus, the greek god of lightning and the sky.Today we would say it was simply a really bad storm and blame it onscience.
This is an interesting question. In a way, Jewish people worship God 24/7 except when asleep, by living by God's laws as found in Torah. Because Judaism is considered in its purest sense, a way of life, not just a "religion". But incorporated into the day of an Orthodox Jew are morning prayers, a mo…rning service, an afternoon service, an evening service, evening prayers, and special prayers and services on Shabbat, which in our world is Friday evening to Saturday evening. Virtually every activity has an associated prayer, including eating and drinking, so God is worshipped at those times too. By the way, the God that the Jewish people worship is the same God as the Christians and Muslims worship. (MORE)
A: Whether or not there is a God is a matter of belief. If you believe so, then yes. If you do not believe so, then no - there is no God. The Kuntillet Ajrud inscriptions and the Makkedah site inscriptions from ancient Israel apparently describe the goddess Asherah as the consort of Yahweh (G…od). On this basis, we could say that God is definitely heterosexual. (MORE)
They do not "worship" in the Isla-Judeo-Christian sense. A few basic beliefs: Buddha was simply a man, not a deity. Buddha achieved enlightenment, or a spiritual understanding of the nature of reality. Four basic Tenets of Buddhism (Four Noble Truths) 1) Buddhists belief the nature of …life is suffering. 2) Suffering is a result of desire, ignorance and hatred. 3) It is possible to end suffering 4) By following the teachings of Buddha (the Eightfold Path) this will be achieved Buddhism never denies that there are gods. Similarly Buddhism gas no stance on the creation of of universe. Siddhartha Gautama (founder of buddhism) doesnt find worshipping god as man's main problem as they should focus on washing their sins by paying their karma by doing good deeds. he does not want people to constantly expecting god to fix everything as god will not do it. karma, sins, and reincarnation are part of universe and something all man have to go through. Neither does he expect his followers to worship buddha himself as it is unecessary in obtaining a happy and meaningful life. (MORE)
yes, they worshipped many gods. Somewhat like the Greeks and Romans. Ra was the king of the gods, and the sun god.
Because Jesus told us about God. He lived year 1 - 33. The Greek religion lasted from about 1000 years BEFORE Christ. The Greeks felt that divine influences were present in all things in life. These influences were personified as gods and other divine beings such as nymphs and satyrs. Each of these… beings had their own dominion, from a simple pool to the power of love. The ancient Greeks never believed in a single all-powerful being. (MORE)
Jesus said if you've seen me, you've seen the Father. This existential idea is hard for some to grasp. But Jesus is all God and all man all at once. And if you have accepted that He died for you personally, then you have another part of God (the Holy Spirit) living in you. Jesus (Son of Man), whi…le he was on earth, worshiped The Father (God in Heaven). Christ was and is God. Colossians 2:9: "For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily." Another answer While here on earth He worshiped His Father because one of the things He came to do, other than die for our sins, is to show us how to live. For example, why do you think Jesus was baptized? He had no sins to confess and repent. But He did it to serve as our Example, so that we may live as He lived. Furthermore, by Him living a life totally dependent on God the Father, and also worshiping Him, He showed us how we should worship God. Now that He has finished this work and gone back to heaven to return to His rightful position next to the Father, He expects us to worship Him and the Father the same way He worshiped the Father while on earth. For more info please visit the related link. (MORE)
As a rule no, the Egyptian gods were the one cultural group of gods that the Romans abhorred. They didn't mind the Egyptians worshiping their gods, but the Romans themselves were reluctant to worship animals. The Romans considered the Egyptian gods animals because they were depicted with animal head…s. The only exception to this abhorrence of Egyptian religion was the worship of Isis which was very popular in Rome and Italy. But then again, Isis was never depicted as any kind of animal, just with a snake on her arm. (MORE)
Islamic people (Known as Muslims) have only ONE god - Allah, which is bsically the Arabic word for "god". Not "gods" as a plural. Muslims pray 5 times a day, each usually takes about 5 minutes. There is a prayer before sunrise (Fajr), one in the afternoon (Zuhr), one before sunset (Asr), one just af…ter sunset but before the stars come out (Maghrib), and the other is before midnight before going to bed (Isha). (MORE)
The term paganism does not refer to just one religion; it was used in Europe to refer to any non-Christian religion other than Judaism (Judaism being the ancestral religion of Christianity). So we get such religions as Norse mythology, which had about a dozen deities, and Druidism, which as far as I… know involved primarily one goddess, and Celtic mythology which had another dozen or so deities, and Hinduism which has endless numbers of deities, etc. (MORE)
Cleopatra worshiped the Egyptian gods and strongly identified with the goddess Isis. In fact she deluded herself into thinking she was the "new Isis".
They worship the gods by holding ceremonies to certain gods, and make sacrifices in their honor.
other person: they have to dress appropiatly and make sure there whole body is covered ME : this is the answer. Hindus worship their gods either at a shrine or at a mandir(temple) They pray, women cover their heads and all men and women walk around a shrine slowly clockwise! beat it!
Every day, several times a day. But, in groups and community, there are designated dates on the Jewish calendar. Weekly, they worship on Shabbat. Although I cannot answer the question "qua" Jew, I daresay they worship upon waking in the morning. every time they consume food or drink, etc. When they …are "on" being Jews, they are immersed in prayer. (MORE)
Yes, Tutankhamen would have worshiped most Egyptian gods, mainly the main ones such as Ra and Horus. He will have worshiped Amen more than others because he brought back the old religion, of worshiping Amen, after his father Akhenaten, took that away and started worshiping Aten.
The Bible tells us to search the scriptures daily, and to pray without ceasing. We are to give thanks to the Lord every day and to forgive as many times a day as 7 X 70 which equils 490 times a day. Can you commit 490 sins a day? The Bible also teaches us that Christ came to the world to fulfill the… law not to destroy the law, Jesus said This new commandment I give you , That you love one another as the Father in Heaven also loves you. If we listen to allthose on the radio and tv and do not follow along with the scriptures we place ourselves in danger of Gods wrath. Also remember that the Bible instructs us that women are to keep silent in the Church and to ask their husbands questions when they return home. Was not Adam cerated before Eve. Jesus also told us that " I am the truth , the light and the light , and the way, That no one should come to the Father but through Me". So does the Bible thee us to remember the Sabbath and to keep it Holy? You decide for yourself and I pray that we all make the right choice. God bless you all. (MORE)
Jains worship their 24 Tirthankars majorly. Besides, Jains also worship other Arihants, Siddhas, Dev and Devi .
polytheism is the belief in many gods, not one religion, but a category. hindus, Chinese traditional, tribal, ancient egyptians, Greeks and Romans, and pretty much the entire ancient world up until Abraham suggested the idea of monotheism (the belief in one God). Now the only of the largest 5 religi…ons that are polytheist is Hinduism. (MORE)
An overall pantheon of over 2,000 gods and godesses who wererecognised variously in different provinces of the Empire.
The sun in ancient Egypt was a source of life for planets and thus animals - and so too for people, as we have observed in the modern age, so too did the ancient people realize then. They saw this aspect of life as a divinity, a miracle, so created a identity and story to go along with the rising an…d 'falling' of the sun, it is a natural question to ask - where did the sun go every night? These stories became the seeds of the religion of the ancient Egyptian people. (MORE)
Dear Questioner, Since the beginning of Humanity we humans are always fascinated by natural phenomenons. Be it Fire or Speedy winds or Lightning. They never fails to amuse us in any manner possible. When civilizations were in their prime and didn't know much about natural happenings they starte…d to take those phenomenons as miracles and a work of some superior being . Scriptures were written defining that superior being. Faiths were held. And those faiths grew older and stronger with the tide of time and became religions as we know them today. Now it's always been in our nature that when ever we face a superior being we do all we can to please him/her. Because when we please him/her, they'll protect us and we'll always be in their good books! In the case of God , humans felt more fear because he was an unknown body . Nobody had ever seen him, and still he was capable of doing fearsome destruction and wonderful construction. And the one we can't see has far greater impact on our senses than any tangible thing in front of us. So we started pleasing him in the form of our prayers . But to whom they offered their prayers? Because God himself wasn't there in any form. So we humans started attaching objects of natural phenomenon to depict God which we know today as Deities . Now we had something we could relate God to. Every Ancient civilizations had their own unique way to depict and worship Gods. Hindus the oldest of civilized people on Earth worshiped their Gods in form of Idols. Which many oncoming civilizations followed for thousands of years. Every civilization created their own idols to worship their Gods. Remains of these idols are still found in many parts of world. And some wise or clever people who claimed to know God 'personally' helped them establish those deities in splendid Temples . And it became easier for us to please 'him/her'. God created us in him image but it wouldn't be an overstatement to say that we humans created God in our own image, and that's how we like to worship him. Now I am not saying that there is no God. I am myself a very spiritual man. All I am saying is that this debate, whether god exist or not, is eternal and there is no end to it. - Ashish Kumar email@example.com (MORE)
A: Each Canaanite kingdom, including both Judah and Israel, had its national god and other gods for different purposes. The understanding of these gods changed over the centuries, with goddesses predominant during the middle to late Bronze Age and male gods predominant throughout the Iron Age. Anim…al sacrifices were the normal symbol of worship, and human sacrifices are evidenced, at least in times of national emergencies. Since the Hebrew people are now recognised by scholars as descended from Canaanites ( not invaders who fled from Egypt), it is convenient to look more closely at how they worshipped their gods. Lang, cited by Keel and Uehlinger ( Gods, Goddesses and Images of God in Ancient Israel ), " In the four and a half centuries during which there were one or two Israelite monarchies (ca. 1020-586 B.C.), there was a dominant, polytheistic religion that was indistinguishable from that of neighboring peoples. Insofar as there were differences between the Ammonite, Moabite, Edomite, Tyrian, etc. versions of religion, these beliefs stayed within the framework of Near Eastern polytheism, and each should be interpreted as a local variant of the same basic pattern. The Israelites . . . venerated their own protector god who was there to provide for health and family. But they venerated Yahweh [God] as well, the regional and national god, whose special domain dealt with war and peace issues ." This is not the view that has come down to us in the Old Testament, and we are enjoined not to confuse the minority opinion expressed in the religious literature preserved in the Old Testament with the historic religion of Israel in the pre-Exilic period. The worship of Yahweh differed somewhat in Israel compared to Judah, and to the extent that we can establish from the Old Testament the most ancient Hebrew beliefs, it tends to reflect the ancient Judahite beliefs over those of Israel. There is archaeological evidence that appears to demonstrate that, at least at one stage, the goddess Asherah was known as the consort of God. The archaeological evidence is that in early times, Yahweh was the Hebrew storm God, but in later times a moon God and Sun God. Worship of Baal was limited in Judah, but apparently quite normal in Israel. The sun god was worshipped in both Israel and Judah during the monarchical period. The moon god was worshipped in Israel, but there is limited evidence of the moon god being worshipped in Judah. (MORE)
Just like in the USA, and most other countries, not everyone in China worships the same god. However, Buddhism is currently the largest religion in China. If you would like to know more about Buddhism, there are many sites available on the Internet on this subject.
Poseidon. Does anyone know who the people were who worshiped troy as a holy city?
There used to be temples, guarded by priests. but they also viewed their Pharaoh as a god. Later on, they viewed him/her as a vision of Ra, the sun god
Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Satanism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses. Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Mormonism all worship the same God, but Mormonism believes that the God head (which is the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit) are three different gods, so …Mormons can be considered polytheists. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that recognizing the meaning of the name and sovereignty of Jehovah (Jehovah is another name for God) is more important than the salvation of man where as Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Mormonism all focus on trying to be saved. Islam and Judaism do not recognize the God head, both religions unlike Christianity say that Jesus was not the son of God but that he was just a prophet and a good person. Islam also states that Abraham and Jesus and all Christians and Jews before the time of Muhammad were Muslims and that Judaism before the time of Muhammad was the first sect of Islam an that Christianity was the second sect of Islam, the Koran (the Muslim holy book) states that those two religions (Judaism and Christianity) were created to lead up to Gods master plan to save man. Judaism believes that (like Islam) Jesus was not the son of God but a prophet and that the Messiah that God promised them still has not come to earth. Satanism is the belief that Satan was the creator of man and the universe and that Satan is not evil (all religions that worship God state that Satan was once and angel but he rebelled against God and God caste him into the pits of hell where Satan and all of the angels that followed him stay for all eternity and where all people that are not saved go when they die) but good (if you want to see a satanic black mass go on youtube and type in satanic black mass, note that the black mass vidoe on youtube is a church of the dead black mass, church of the dead satanists like God worshiping religions state that Satan evil and they state each other in the church of the dead as brothers and sisters of the abyss). Hinduism is the only major world religion that still worship gods instead of God, they have two basic gods Vishnu (called Vishnu the destroyer) and Shiva (called Shiva the preserver). (MORE)
Hindus have 3 basic GODS: BRAHMA, VISHNU/SHIVA (who is one god with 2 faces) and SHAKTI and they form a triad or trinity of 3 gods, (a TRI-MURTI), who are the 3 fundamental principals of Hinduism . BRAHMA is comparable to the God of Original Creation. Half masculine and half feminine, the female …energy life force ( which the goddess SHAKTI represents ) gives energy , life, love and light which is necessary to animate the other principals of the Triad : Brahma and Vishnu/Shiva. . VISHNU comes to our world in the form of many incarnations , to save human beings and just souls who are in difficulty. His second function is to teach human beings the road leading to the Kingdom beyond . SHIVA, the second aspect of VISHNU , determines the destiny of human beings and judges their souls. He can take away their life or lead them to reincarnation. As the Supreme Progenitor, his symbol is the LINGUM (Phallus) or organ of procreation. SHAKTI or SATI, his consort is the YONI (the womb). She is indispensable and accepts the sperm. . SHAKTI, the goddess of omnipresent energy . She is also the cohesive aspect (Sattva) which is needed to quicken the inert bodies of the 3 great masculine gods. Released from BRAHMA, she is the basis of his thought, and a form of Mother-Goddess whom the men of antiquity had always worshipped. Now comes the tricky part - from these 3 (actually 4) supreme GODS emanate (through incarnation) thousands of other gods specific to a region (kingdom) and period. Hindus believe in all GODS but may worship a specific GOD everyday based upon his family tradition. But there are occasion when each GODS has its own importance and a Hindu may/may-not decide to worship. Hindus believe almost every living thing on earth has a GOD to it. (MORE)
Well I'm a Christian and I'm supposed worship God by praying, going to Church, reading from the Bible, following Christian laws etc.
Yes. Millions of gay people all over the world worship God. Thereare also numerous religions that do not condemn homosexuality, suchas: Buddha's Light International Association Conservative Judaism Eckankar Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Liberal Quakers Metropolitan Community Church Presbyt…erian Church USA Raelian Movement Reconstructionist Judaism Reform Judaism Shambhala Buddhism Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) United Church of Christ (UCC) (MORE)
The Mesopotamians worshiped many god for different things, say, forflooding or basket weaving. In each city-state, there was aziggurat, which means "mountain of god" or "hill of heaven". There were hundreds of Mesopotamian gods. The most well known onesare Tiamat, Marduk, Ishtar and Enkil.
That's a tough one to answer. They always worshiped their gods in one fashion or another, though the names and importance of individuals changed over time. Since the names of the gods relate to what they did, it can be assumed that the prehistoric Greeks worshiped nature.
There are multiple religions that worship God or other gods. Here are some of them: Cristian, Catholic, Mormon, or Buddhism.
In much the same way as they do now. Most religions are hundreds, if not thousands of years old.
Both at different times. As Islam is now the predominant religion in Egypt, they currently worship Allah. Back in ancient times the Egyptian religion was polytheistic for much of its history, but Akhenaten, Pharaoh circa 1353-1336 BCE switched Egypt into a monotheistic religion worshiping Aten, a th…en little known sun-god. However after his death, the practice was replaced with traditional polytheism. However, it was also not uncommon for individuals or cities to have a particular patron deity which was worshiped far more often than the other deities. (MORE)
It appears the question is an expression of hatred or homophobia,since there is no evidence to suggest that gay people worshipSatan. . Whether or not homosexuality is a sin, it is no more an expressionof Satan worship than is the sin of hate, so the answer must beno..