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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?

Filby 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...

Filby: 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.