it depends who he is, if you capitalized he for a reason then it is probably god because tipically when refering to god in a pronoun form it is capitalized
No it shouldn't be capitalized.
If you are refering to the "God", yes. If you are refering to a "god", no.
No, it shouldn't be capitalized.
Yes, in reference to God, Almighty is capitalized.
Greek and God should be capitalized.
Yes... Pronouns that refer to God (He, Him, His, etc.) are also capitalized.
The word "Godspeed" is usually capitalized, just as the word "God" is usually capitalized.
I believe Torah is capitalized when refering to the chumash (five books of Moses), since it is a proper noun. However, when used in the general sense, I heard beautiful torah at his table, I believe it isn't capitalized.
The real God should always be capitalized. If your talking about a fake god or gods there the lower case g gods.
No, unless you are refering to a specific treaty, (ex. Treaty of Versailles)