Clearly this is not a movie I'll be watching, but I'm also bothered by the anti-education theme. Many in the Christian right promote home-schooling and attendance at religious universities to their kids won't be exposed to (and potentially corrupted by) other ideas.
This movie seems like just the sort of propaganda to encourage the position that secular academics pose such a threat, that are pushing a liberal atheist agenda in the classroom, when most are simply trying to teach students their subject. A philosophy professor, in particular, would be far more likely to focus a class on how to address the question of God's existence. He/she might ask students to pick a side and make a case for it, but the grade would be based on the quality of the argument more than the conclusion drawn at the end of it.