There is no such thing as an atheism that a theologian can love, because there is absolutely nothing lovely or attractive about saying "No God" (ps.14:1). I'll let the same psalm speak for how a theologian should regard atheism: "corrupt, abominable workes...there is none that doeth good." (KJV, 1611).
It baffles me that modern day sophists (who set themselves up as theologians) can praise the tenets of a system which, when it isn't blaspheming God, is making up false idols with which it can further direct its blasphemy. Good theology does not take up blasphemy into consideration, accept possibly when dealing with the article of eternal judgment.