Was god known to all humanoids?

@Daelii (5641)
United States
June 18, 2018 6:19pm CST
So the question of god has been on my mind since Felix asked about gods birth/existence. Humans have been around for about 100,000 years. At least that's when we found relics and bones... Give or take. Rough estimates! Within the last 14,000 years we reproduced with other humanoids... But did god reveal himself to all human ancestors? Did they worship him? What might have religious practices been like? Was cannibalism a reason behind the 10 commandments law against murder?
Pre-human species thought to have carved flesh off each other’s bones during bloody rituals
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@saritflor (3799)
• Israel
18 Jun
I think that's a very interesting question but yet very hard to answer on because lack of information...
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@Daelii (5641)
• United States
19 Jun
like for example... neanderthals had their own art and other aspects of culture. Did they have God in their life? if so. how do you think it might be similar or different to our own modern day view of religion?
The findings suggest that Neanderthals and modern humans had the same cognitive abilities.
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@saritflor (3799)
• Israel
20 Jun
@Daelii That is some amazing piece of history, and as for your question I think in each stage in history people believed in "something"....