Yeppers! And the whole situation gets even goofier the deeper you look at it.
When i first started learning Greek many moons ago, I was startled to realize that the name of the Greek "all-father" (Zeus) was/is actually pronounced "thy-oos" not with a "z" but with a subordinate "th" like the "th" in the word "this" or "that". It was spelled, not with the letter "zeta", but with the triangular letter that we all mistake for "delta" (actually pronounced "thelta" as per the above situation, and was later Latinized into a "d" changing the god's name from "thyoos" to "day-oos" or "dyoos", which is what the Catholic church still calls him to this very day.
Yes, that's right--they are in fact worshipping Zeus! If xtians have anything against paganism, it could only be that the pagans came up with everything first, right down to their 'God'.
Via con 'Deus', y'all-and all those other good myths, as well! (Personally I prefer Dionysus!)