I think if you've noted it, you could perhaps show that you have by addressing individual points. Lucifer asked why you insist on dodging every question you're asked and then you dodged his question.
Heck, Omen's last post was meant as a question and not a statement (hence the question mark), perhaps that's a question that could be answered.
You complained that we're aggressive towards theists, but the truth is people just don't like certain behavioural traits that are incredibly unfair to discussion. You're an atheist using those traits people don't like and you're being berated for it. Yet, take a theist like magicmiles and you'll find his experience is different - whilst yes he's had some
negative feedback but nobody's shown to have a problem with him. Yet, he's a theist.
I think those points should ring home that we're only talking about something that's behavioural. Something we actually have forum rules for. For example, these 2:
Responses to a thread must be on-topic and should contribute constructively to the discussion at hand.
Discussion threads are for discussion of the topic at hand, not simply advertising one's opinions. As such, forum members are expected to back up assertions they make, and not engage in stonewalling, shifting goalposts, changing the subject, or employing similar tactics to avoid addressing points raised against their arguments.
I've bolded the relevant points.
I don't think these criticisms could be any clearer. Take responsibility for your actions and respect the forum's rules. Do that and people ought not have a problem with you. Those rules exist for a reason.