If a non-Jew who is worshipped as a god wants to bring a korban, can we accept it? Normally non-Jews can bring any sacrifices to our God which they want and are not limited to the Temple Mount while the altar is standing as we are. The problem is that normally nothing that has been used for another god may be used for sacrificial purposes (or for any other purposes under most circumstances). If this person is worshiped, does this mean he is barred by this halacha from bringing karbanot?
Inspired by this purim torah question.