Okay, I think I get it.
Theists know god, whether he exists or not, and the superior process that they use to reach that conclusion makes them better than atheists, who lack a sophisticated mechanism for conjuring up excuses and irrational thoughts, since that's not how we roll.
Theists,who can't tell their a** from a hole in the ground, at least use structured thought processes, however erroneous, when making stuff up, thanks to their teachers, and that makes them better than us.
So the process is more important than the conclusion, and the lack of absolute certainty dooms atheists to always being wrong about why they are right.
Am I getting warm?
Added: I tried to use some poor english to make it easier for you to read, Jesuis. I hope you appreciate that.