Just got done watching Left Behind II last night, and I must say it is very informative of (certain) Christian theology and a must watch for several reasons:
1) Once you realize that "Left Behind with Buck Williams and Captain Steele" would make a great name for a gay porn movie, you won't stop giggling through the whole thing.
2) Apparently the fact that several hundred million Christians disappear isn't enough to make people think "Hey, maybe that preacher guy was right about the rapture." It would at least pique my interest.
3) Also, no one seems to notice that there is a decided lack of missing people from predominantly non-Christian countries. Apparently those left behind aren't just faithless, they're clueless too.
4) Suicide missions are anathema to Christians. I mean Captain Steele becomes the Antichrist's personal pilot so that he can spy on him? Why not wait until you are over the Atlantic and take a nose dive. Done and done. I know suicide is a sin, but taking out the Antichrist must earn you a get out of hell free card. But if he did that there wouldn't be another 50 books in the series.
5) Kirk Cameron's conversion script isn't just for street preaching, it makes great movie filler too. I guess it is called a script for a reason.
6) The Jews didn't reject Jesus because they didn't believe Him. They just needed to mull it over for 2000 years.
7) The odds you are the Messiah are better than your odds of winning Mega Millions.
8) Jason Jones, baby! Your two seconds of screen time and indignant eye roll made the rest of the movie worth it.