I'd love to see the reaction a fundy Muslim spouting stuff like "Everyone knows about Allah" would get. Those doing it about Bible god seem totally blinkered to how partial and limited their idea of god is, and how many other believers in other conceptions of god.
Arrogance is never attractive, something I should mumble under my breath before I post, LOL.
The whole atheist/agnostic/theist question is meaningless until you define theos.
Atheist is also an uncomfortable label; most adults don't believe in Santa, but wouldn't call themselves asantaists. Why should you define yourself by something you don't believe in? It's like saying Democrats are arepublicanists
As already noted, many Christian theists are, from the point of view of some atheists, just sloppy inconsistent atheists. For exactly the same reasons that some atheists don't believe in ANY god, many Christian theists don't believe in all gods BUT one. That one god they don't apply the same reasoning to that leads them not to believe in all the others.
Leolalia makes a good point but it is possibly an unneccesary coinage as the word 'secular/ist/ism' was coined to describe precisely what she wants a non-oppostional word for. I assume in this a link between belief in god and religion, although accept this is not neccesarily automatic.
This lack of linkage is something held true by those who might describe themselves as an irreligious theist, religious skeptic or infidel. Freethinkers and secular humanists can also arguably have some form of theos in their concept of reality. Freethinkers like 'brights' is a bit uncomfortable term as it defines by exclusion other forms of thought in an unfavourable (but quite possibly true) light.