A portion of the show revolved around Christianity, but i honestly couldn't tell what precisely the show runners were saying. Were they complimenting Christianity or were they mocking it? The first half of season 4 seemed to portray a very complimentary portrayal of a sci-fi version of the one God. For me there were some pretty inspirational moments where Baltar explains some of the themes behind Christianity, but by the second half of season 4 (after they found cylon earth); Baltar really changed his tune. Of course his infidelity wasn't surprising because that has been the underlying theme of his character throughout the series, but by this point the theme changed. There were moments when he suggested more then once that he was just using the one God as a way to make his way into a position of power. He also suggested more then once how much he didn't like his followers and he made them look like he was just using them to sum things up. But then on another note the show seems to profess a distinct belief in angels which works hand in hand with the monotheism. So what was the show saying? What is their message regarding religion and christianity? I just want to hear some alternate theories to my own which I have yet to post.