One the one hand, theists get accused of being utterly arrogant in their belief. Thinking that they and they alone know the truth about the universe. Where's there skepticism? Where's their admitting that maybe they're wrong? (Nevermind if they do, in fact, admit as much. Better to act as if every religious believer is really the caricature numerous atheists make them out to be.)
And then, right after denouncing the arrogance of thinking one has all the answers, turning around and admonishing people for not accepting the wilder speculations coming from certain scientists (Evolutionary psychology, natural selection as the primary driver of evolution, string theory, multiverses, etc) as answers that are beyond questioning.
Skepticism and qualification (or even suspension) of belief is, as ever, only laudatory when it's of a belief people don't like anyway.