No god too great, no devil too small.Let's face it: religion has had a tough few decades. Between a near-brush with the end of the world and the inexorable march of science, belief has run the real risk of being trampled underfoot. Yet people continue to believe in a higher power, of something more than we can see and film to put on TikTok. Call it a longing deep in the human soul for something ascendant or irrational... Omnifaith calls it a business opportunity! Omnifaith is there to cater to all your spiritual needs and wants at prices you can afford. Omnifaith is a Megacorp that trades in faith, barters with baptisms, and sells the sacred. In their view, all religions are equally true in the most important way - they all have money to spend, and Omnifaith is where to spend it. From religious paraphernalia to renting out places of worship to hosting rites and rituals, Omnifaith has it all... At prices so low, it ought to be sacrilege!
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There are some things money can't buy - but with us, you can rent it.Omnifaith operates a chain of faith-themed stores, ranging from all the world's major religions to the "miscellaneous cults" section. All the usual stuff is there - from vestments to incense, crystals, holy books, ancient relics for the discerning faithful, and hand-signed matters from the pope and that ilk. If you need to go a step further, there are AI-run confession booths at every reputable Omnifaith facility and auto-flagellation devices for those of you who really feel the need to bleed for your faith. Martyrdom is just $199.95 away with Omnifaith.
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There's something here for everyone, including programs and tours for those who don't have a belief yet, but you're pretty sure you'd like one. Omnifaith experts are available for consultation and can sell you on a wide range of religions that'll fit you just right. Not in the mood for something mainstream? Not a problem - Omnifaith knows every esoteric secret society and the oddball cult that's ever been, and they're happy to tell you all about it on a subscription basis. Really, what is a subscription if not a tithe? For the discerning consumer (with deep pockets), Omnifaith offers teams of world-building writers and theologians to make a religion that is unique to them, tailored to their whims and what they'd like their beliefs to be. It comes with a 30-day guarantee that you'll be converted or... Well, you don't get your money back, but entry into another existing religion of your choice. With eternal damnation as the possible alternative, can you afford not to?
Thanks to the miracles of modern science, citizens of Megacorpolis don't have to go far to visit the holiest sites in the world. Most have been airlifted away from their original homes and put down somewhere in Megacorpolis for your convenience.In addition to all that, Omnifaith also rents out real estate for religious gatherings of any and all kinds, catering to every sort of rite and ritual. If that's outside the budget of some faithful flock, Omnifaith also offers buy-in and subscription services to ongoing events hosted by them. The higher tiers even let you play the part of high-ranking clergy, while a certain random element in the subscription will always surprise you. If there's a particular mass you'd like to attend, well, better hope god is on your side because the math isn't. Some worshippers buy several subscriptions to raise their chances, with Omnifaith's carefully programmed algorithm tracking each and every one for completely wholesome purposes.
Touch the Divine at a discount!Omnifaith itself has become a recognized religion in Megacorpolis, a sort of mish-mash of gung-ho capitalism and free market advocacy combined with a handful of tenets grabbed from other faiths. Unlike many belief systems, Omnifaith is uniquely flexible - it changes with monthly updates and every financial quarter, discarding what it deems of low capital value and investing in the best return on investment. Like some sort of god-eating shark, it keeps moving forward and consuming. Market shares become imbued with the mystical, and profit is subject to prophecy. Belonging to the Omnifaith Church isn't a requirement to work there, but it does help your career.
That is in itself not exactly true. Omnifaith Inc started with the question: What is faith, and how can we get it to work for us? Omnifaith religion is the market research arm of that question... Including the employees of the corporation. No, what Omnifaith wants, their true business, is to mass-produce fanaticism and create on-demand zealotry. Fandoms were a good start, overriding people's sense of reality with devotion to imaginary figures, but it was unreliable.
Crisis of FaithWell, it was close there for a while. Between climate change and an almost incomprehensible gulf of income inequality, it looked like we were all going to die there for a while. We were staring down the barrel of a gun, and more people than ever was convinced: this is it. In the end, no end game. No trumpets sounded, no seals were broken, no demons descended to do battle with angels - many religions had bet it all on black, that this would be their vindication. When that all fell apart and life went on, if reduced, the disappointment was terrible. It's still a bitter refrain from the clergy that remain: the apocalypse would've been so much better. Then they'd all still believe!
Of course, some Apocalyptic-apologist cults look at Megacorpolis today and conclude that we all really did go to hell.