Deitism is a universal religion, officially created on and based around the Day of all Truths. Adherents to Deitism are known by no name, as it has been commonly accepted that all living intellectual beings are part of the religion. On Sunday, 7th of July, 2777, at exactly 07:07, all beings across the known universe fainted for .001 of a second. During that time, a deity, presumably God, gave all beings three new commandments. The deity stated that over the millennia, beings have fought, debated excessively, and eventually destroyed their religions. Ten commandments were seemingly too much. The three commandments, which are central to Deitism, are as follows:

  • Believe in the Deity;
  • Love the Deity;
  • Strive toward a commonly accepted Greater Good.

This day became known as the Day of all Truths. Even tough the "greater good" the deity mentioned is still debated today, and because of each being's individual perception of morality, it has been widely accepted that what the majority of beings believes to be good, is good. It has been further divided among the major being races; the Humans, the Pandorans and the Almedii. Although most race governments remain secular, many have after the Day of all Truths accepted Deitism as their state religion, and persecute those who do not follow the three commandments.

The United Earth Federation, however, is secular, but non-believers are widely frowned upon and excluded from many facilities and activities. An estimated 0.00001% of the human population are non-believers, and widely belong to the Church of the Old (which consists of Christian fundamentalists), the Islamic Coalition (which consists of Islamic fundamentalists) and the Atheist Hierarchy (which consists of beings who do not believe in any high power).

See also

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.