This was brought up in another thread so I thought I’d give those interested the opportunity to discuss. In One Piece, religion and morality are broached in various ways. In theory, the Celestial Dragons are the gods of the world and should be worshipped as such. However, we are also shown a few other religious figures such as Mother Carmel whose affiliation before she goes to selvage is unstated and the religious rites of the Giants themselves involve the worship of a deity that is clearly not the Celestial Dragons and the celebration of Winter Solstice. The citizens of Skypeia worship Eneru as a god and the Sky Knight before him. The Shandorans worshipped Nola’s ancestors when they were on Jaya. With the various religions, what stands out is the overriding message of right and wrong that comes through via the actions of the characters. Oda doesn’t seem to shy away from showing fault in a belief system if it’s causing harm to people. So I’d say that the series is more moral than religious even though there are religions present and some are shown in a good light. What do you guys think?