The answer was yes, of course. I know that the most interesting stories contain characters where the protagonists and the antagonist share personality traits, the same goals and even the same values. So what makes a hero a hero and not a villain?
If a villain and the hero share the same goals, personality traits, and values it must come down to motivation. A hero simply does what he does for good and a villain does what he does for evil and in the CBA market one of his motivations is his relationship with the Lord. Not a bad guy to have on your side when your tackling the hero stuff.
So I'll keep my hero/character just like he is, resembling my villain but having the strength and courage to overcome all that the world has to throw at him with the right motivation and a little help from above.
-Sheila J Goodwin