Like Christian in the day, and Muslim in the night.
Most Helpful Girl
I sort of used to, when I was younger and not an atheist. My mom's Hindu and my dad's Christian, so I'd got to the temple with her... and to church with her too actually lol, because my dad never made time for that and so she would take us.
You might think, how can someone believe in a monotheistic and polytheistic religion, with such different beliefs and practices, at the same time?
It was like Religion-Lite, though. I believed there was a god, but people just called him different names, so it didn't matter how or where you worshipped. The main message, love one another, be good people, pray, etc. was the same.1
Most Helpful Guy
No, because they have such huge conflicting beliefs. Even if they didn't then that would be more about you simply having one religion that includes parts of both religions. Much in the same way a pagan can believe in many faiths, but is not a member of a bunch of different religions.0