From a review
of the most excellent 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists:
"The whole project probably reaches its reductio ad absurdum when the science-fiction writer Sean Williams explains that he learned to reject supernaturalism in large part from having grown up watching Doctor Who."
Personally, I take that as a compliment.
Also, I am sure that the reviewer, David Hart, didn't intend for the paragraph below (his criticism of the New Atheist movement) to be read in an entirely different context:
"I came to realize that the whole enterprise, when purged of its hugely preponderant alloy of sanctimonious bombast, is reducible to only a handful of arguments, most of which consist in simple category mistakes or the kind of historical oversimplifications that are either demonstrably false or irrelevantly true. And arguments of that sort are easily dismissed, if one is hardy enough to go on pointing out the obvious with sufficient indefatigability."
As a summary of my conversion experience, from
the Church, I reckon that reads pretty well.