(Prologue: I'm not religious at all, and don't have an inherent disrespect of those who are)
Here, religion is seen as a frat, and non-believers are stupid freshmen. That is, until they're in the frat. Then they're cool.
If films like these were genuinely good, and smart in any way, I'd be honest. They just never seem to have any higher priorities than "God is good, and also don't forget he's real."
This one's relatively well shot and has damn good production design, but otherwise... You can't make a bunch of cheesy jokes at the expense of non-believers with the punchline "You don't believe in God hahahahaha," only to later have Jesus state that non-believers are God's children too and deserve respect.