It's well known that theists, especially Christians, are fond of stating categorically that there are no real atheists. Or telling atheists and other nonbelievers that they are too moral, nice, ethical, etc. not to believe in God. Atheists just don't know that they believe in God.
Here's the challenge:
Is it possible to rephrase and rework some of the presentations of Christian conviction(s) to imply that believers are "really" atheists or better yet "quasi-atheist"?
My thinking is to present an attack and series of arguments that would put apologists for Christianity on the defensive.
I freely admit that this is more likely to be a rhetorical/debater's trick than an honest and down-to-earth criticism.