At two of the establishments where I studied Philosophy and Theology I was tutored by Stephen Law, who I found to be a great teacher and a very nice man. He's also a very intelligent and committed atheist. I've just managed to get snagged in a discussion about evil and suffering on his blog, where one of his regulars says "I don't think you're a theist. I think, based on the arguments you've given that you're nothing but a bullshit artist".
Ho hum. From my perspective the conversation is revealing the great gulf that exists between theologians and secular philosophers of religion. We seem to be talking past each other rather painfully, which is a shame. See posts here, here and here.