Michael Moore really? Hmmm that's one viewpoint.
What about Bono? He would be my first choice.
I have to go with Narkissos on this one:
Read, listen and learn before you set your mind to this.
One person made a point (albeit a little too roughly for my taste) that we there is only so much information available to us. Even those that really dig.
I can't tell you what to think and I'm not going to try, but I am going to suggest taking a lengthier study out on the Bible. I think personally, that there is much to be learned from the studies that various posters have done here and well, just around the world girlfriend.
Now, here is why I don't think MM would fit the profile of the Christ:
a) I would think that if someone was exacting judgment for God they would know. I doubt he is aware he is the Christ.
b) While Jesus himself was a true 'rebel' of the day, he also had deep respect for the law of God. MM doesn't seem like the kind of guy who gives much thought to spirituality. Could be wrong, but he seems a bit more, er well... coarse. (?)
c) MM is deeply involved w/ politics. I didn't get the impression from the bible that the Christ would be involved w/ the politics of the day, just that he would come with a swift act of judgment. Not mingle first.
That's off the top of my head.
You asked for my opinion, there it is. But look, I'm beginning to look at life and people like this:
Some people might think that my worldview/spiritual view is wacky. I have some interesting theories about people/energy/karma/Christ/Buddha that many might raise an eyebrow to and outright object to. I've met people who are really big believers in The Celestine Prophecy despite the fact that it's a work of fiction.
be you and I know you are a sweet, kind person. If this is what you believe, so be it. But I just think you should stay open to other ideas and philosophies before settling on Michael Moore.