I think the main problem with Wikipedia is NPOV (neutral point of view) — in reality, no one can agree on what a neutral point of view is.
I think a much better approach is to have several encyclopedias with competing viewpoints (POVs).
I don't really share Conservapedia's viewpoint, but I don't want to sabotage it either. I think the more POV-specific encyclopedia choices, the better — whether they are my POV or not. Let's have a free market of encyclopedias.
I have written several articles for A Storehouse of Knowledge, I have copied some here when I think they would fit in with this site. I am careful however to only copy what I have written, not any edits by other people.
I identify as a religious liberal — my religion is Maratreanism — I disagree with the average conservative on many issues, e.g. I support same-sex marriage and I strongly oppose the death penalty; but one thing I do have in common with many Conservapedia editors, is a disagreement with atheism, especially organized atheism. So I am hopeful I can contribute positively to articles on the topic of atheism.