I had a look at some reviews before I watched this. Some atheists and so forth appear to be having a hemorrhage over the fact that Jesus was mentioned, and then one character, then, no, two, then, 3 or 4 acknowledged their belief in Jesus. From the reviews, it seems that those viewers either did not watch this movie, or only watched until then (about half-way through.) Too bad, because I observed that the primary atheist character was very accurately and fairly depicted from then on, and argued vehemently and vociferously about his views. In fact, I think that viewpoint was dealt with far better in the film than in the rather illiterate, illogical and emotionalized, knee-jerk 'reviews'. I say 'reviews', because I don't think these writers actually watched through the film, which says ALOT about who they are, and just how sturdy their views actually are. Most Christians in this post-modern, humanist society -- and down through the last 20 centuries have been maligned in one way or another, rather frequently, all around the world (think Hitler, Stalin, Mao, several dictators in Africa, the mainstream media today, etc. And they seem quite used to it, to expect it....Not so with these representative atheists who get so upset--even outraged that people indulge in what they regard as religious fantasies. If they're so sure, why so harsh? If I'm sure there's a check in my mailbox, I don't get freaky and want to kill someone if they say there's not. I mean, why would someone be WARNING people off, waxing so benevolent and yet worried about such Jesus 'propaganda? I found the Christians in this film to be far less than perfect, but surely not dangerous. I found the message to be multi-faceted, and interesting, depending on your point of view. Not the best Christian movie, but worthwhile.