True Christianity is athesitic
True Christianity is atheistic
From Peter Rollins, How (Not) to Speak of God.
"...there is a sense in which Christianity is atheistic because it rejects its own understanding of God...God's name is above every other name that we could ascribe...
This process reminds us that God transcends all earthly names and, as such, escapes our attempts at absolute understanding...
In opposition to the fundamentalist, who can be defined as one who believes what they believe, the Christian can be said to operate with an a/theistic discourse, which makes claims about God while simultaneously acknowledging these claims are provisional, uncertain and insufficient."
This author goes on to posit that those Christians who equate their beliefs and theological systems with God as conceptual idolators who really worship their objectification of God rather than God. Idolatry is the attempt to make accessible either aesthetically (statues, icons, etc. or conceptually via a theological system or dogma the essence of God.
While we might not agree with the author and see perhaps more of a practice of Christian agnosticism an interesting observation is apparent about most theologians (Craig et al) and theists in general ( for example Muslims as well ). They really believe in their conceptual construct rather than the god they profess