The very act of questioning makes theists beleive they're right
All of the theist questions I've seen have been smug - as if asking a question was all the interaction they needed to prove their point. I couldn't figure out why, since asking a question is usually the beginning, not the end, of knowledge. But here's what I've come up with.
Stipulate that theists believe that their deity is infallible; never makes mistakes. Therefore questions cannot be asked of a deity because such would indicate either a lack of infallibility or lack of faith (and this is beat out of them early). So if no questions = perfect, then questions = imperfect.
To theists, the very act of asking questions means that the topic/people questioned are imperfect, fallible. This kind of smug subtext seems to pervade every question theists ask. It's a catch-22 because the logic is correct but the premise is not, and proving the premise wrong is not something that can be done from outside influence.
On one hand, I'm sad that this is such a perfect trap for theists, and on the other, isn't it astounding what Organized Religion can do?? Best. Racket. Ever.
Ultimate personal responsibility requires a peculiar type of moral courage that theists may never achieve.