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Preaching To The Choir
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Anonymous: "Abortion Commercials"? Oh god that is the funniest
thing I've ever heard. Do they really have those? Are they like 1-800-DENTISTS commercials?
For what it's worth, the argument is not "Come on down and get an abortion today!
" (which would
be hilariously wrong) so much as "Respect the rights of women to decide what to do with their own bodies."
...and on that note I do believe I'll tweak the wording just
a little so no one else gets the wrong idea...
: I'm wondering if His Dark Materials
oughtn't to be removed from the examples. I've heard of Christians enjoying those books, but never of atheists liking Left Behind
Ninjacrat: Pulling it for just that reason.
rsm109: Heh, this troper had His Dark Materials
recommended to him by a Christian friend when he was an atheist, as "here's a cool adventure story with some interesting philosophy attached".
(Doesn't the work have to be "well written" to fall under this trope?)
Firelegend- To answer your question, no. The quality of the work is irrelevant. The only thing that matters is if it has a fanbase(or a fanhater base) primarily due to the viewpoints the work expouses.