I would rather field genuine questions from atheists than bad-faith questions from professing Christians.
The term bad-faith, as I've used it here, is not about the beliefs of the OP. It is about the intent in asking. The difference is hard to describe and can only easily be diagnosed as the question plays out, usually in comments.
Before asking, examine yourself and figure out why you want to ask something. If you genuinely are interested in learning about the issue -- go ahead and ask. If you are secretly hoping to trap our trip up someone into saying something fallacious (which Christians often do so it's not hard, we are after all ignorant humans) then you probably shouldn't be asking. That's not in the spirit of this site. Remember that the scope of this site is not the same as the scope of a Church.
- Christianity as a religion should not be afraid of the hardest questions that could be leveled against it. It is nothing if it cannot answer the deepest fears and strongest doubts of men.
- Christianity as a StackExchange site is having a hard time getting quality questions that fit the QnA format. People only want to throw out idle speculations to see how the fight goes down -- or dogmatically repeat some worldly-wise critique and hope the supposed house of cards tumbles.
Will your question only serve to bring the gawking trolls out of their caves our do you hope to learn something that will constructively make your life better for getting a quality answer?
As a footnote I would add that questions are much more welcome than answers. It takes a really special kind of person to give a valid answer from a perspective they don't hold. Mostly we see people masquerading in answers in order to discredit the whole system (often deleted as non-answers because they aren't) or ... well you get the idea. It's not pretty. Only if an answer calls for an Atheist's perspective or you have really good knowledge of history of an area of history does it make sense to answer. I've noted "Christians say that" is a red flag for a possibly bad answer. You look for the "but" then flag :)