Although I have not been on this site very long, I'm beginning to notice a pattern with the theists that post here. Most will come into the conversation and post ridiculous accusations about atheists. We're closed minded. We cannot see god because we don't believe. We claim 100% truth that there is no god. We're ignoring 'facts' that are in our face [i.e: earthquakes are getting stronger-proof of Jesus' return]
To me, it seems most theists are not interested in learning about the other side but are trying to catch us in a "ah-hah" moment and "prove" us wrong. This only leads to 6-page discussions where we are left over-explaining ourselves because the person could not grasp the information on the first time around.
Maybe we could create a sticky thread for theists to read before posting. It could have links to some of the exceptional T|A blogs, list the common misconceptions, list the common arguments, ect ect. . .
It's also my opinion that theists should be asked to answer questions like these before posting anything else:
It seems these questions are asked over and over again but are never answered. If you truly believe in something, shouldn't you have these answers? Also, answering these questions can help us understand which way they chose to interpret their "word" of god.
I will admit that not being able to provide myself with adequate answers is what led me to my atheism. Maybe, by them writing and seeing their own thoughts, they will be able to see their own fallacies.