Trevor Hall is a follower of Hinduism
However, this can become complicated. Since the many gods of Hinduism are all different yet all the same it becomes convoluted. But for most of the songs, he more than likely is either praising the Supreme Being, or Shiva since he is a Shaivite (i.e. "Om Shakti Om" is written about Shiva his wife Parvati who live on Mount Kailash).
Another note: a central tenet of Hinduism is that no religion is considered "correct"; as long as a person wants a relationship with a divine power, then that is all that matters. This explains such songs as "Unity", and "Many Roads".
Muhammad(pbbuh) preached about worshiping ONE god, not worshiping jesus(pbuh) but worshiping the ONE god who created jesus(pbuh)!
worshiping there god
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) forbids worshiping Idols and/or worshiping partners to Allah (God in English). He called for worshiping Allah (God) with no partner, no son, no father, no companion, no associate, and no equivalence.
Pray by yourself. Worshiping God physically alone could mean praying by yourself. If you are around other people and want to worship, pray in your head. God will listen to your prayers inside or out.
Sunday is God's day. This day is for worshiping God.
Trevor Treharne has written: 'How to prove God doesn't exist' -- subject(s): Atheism, God, Proof
NO!! Skillet is a Christian band. Their current most popular song, Hero, is about how we need Jesus to come and save us from the messed up world that we live in right now. There are countless examples from their songs that are actually GOD-worshiping songs
The serious sin is ...ShiRk...(polytheism and/or henotheism)This means that the most serious sin is worshiping Idols as God partners or worshiping more than one God or believing that God has a partner, son, companion, or father.
its just for our own satisfaction