My interpretation of the state of religion in the year 4011 CE. Seriously. ;)
In the beginning there was the great creator Roddenberry the Almighty, which himself put down in writing his greatest teaching in the Holy book of Star Trek within four short years ending in 1969 CE. The main protagonist of this story is the Captain Kirk, a figure which never miss an opportunity to act emotional instead of rational. Luckily, he is guided by the Holy Spock of pure reason.
This interpretation was for a long time the only one, but after a long time the great Roddenberry started communicating with the mere humans in 1979 CE. Kirk as the protagonist was completely different in all these 4 interpretations. They weren't exactly very good and pretty bloody, though with great story lines.Not many people adhere to this strict interpretation any longer, most of them have been isolated in the East Med, though with many adherents spread around the globe.
Then, after a disappointing run, TNGism was suddenly born out of seemingly nowhere as a complete retake of the old series. The new protagonist was Captain Picard, which some claim he was born by a virgin which Rodenberry the almighty had somehow magically interpreted. (Rodenberry knows how that rumor got started.) There was also the Holy Data of pure reason. The Holy Data wanted to attempt to understand Picard, and often spoke with him as Picard was a man of great reason in addition to his great compassion. This series revolutionized many places of the world, but has now retreated to mostly Latin America, Southern Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
After a while came DS9ism, a story about an isolated station that no one really cares about and now has the greatest market share in Russia. Later there was also Voyager and the Prophet Janeway, which was essentially about people who were absolutely lost, had to scrounge for everything they needed, and always seemed to seek out trouble where they could find it. It's mostly adhered in North Africa and the Middle East, and some of the believers are a bit wacko.
After many years of the previous incarnation having less and less quality, suddenly Enterpriseism burst unto the scene. It was a retreat into finding out what was truly human, and investigation of what underpinned the other series and tales. In the driving set was not a divine being like Picard, but a human named Archer. It had a focus on how much we still had to achieve before we could claim to have talked to the great Roddenberry, essentially a study into the struggle it is to better one's lot. Many people claim this to be the greatest interpretation of them all, though the great Roddenberry was dead before he could claim responsibility. It is most prevalent in North Europe and North America, and is generally considered less like a religion and more like a form of entertainment.
I guess I could also write about the Japanese Fireflyers who have some novel ideas, the Iranian Starwarrians which can only see the world in good and bad, or the new Startekkian spinoff Babylon 5 which is currently taking North America with storm.