Welcome to the forum, Danny! If you want to be here and interact, then you should fit in just fine!
You are correct to notice that theists and atheists of many different stripes do hang out here, and so these kinds of topics do come up. I'll give an initial response as one of the theists here.
Short answer: yes, kind of.
... but this runs into the problem of trying to criticize on the basis of a lack of something. It will usually take the form of some argument (whether a valid or true argument or not) that atheism leads to bad situations x,y, and z; cue the name dropping from history that shows this; which further cues the atheists present to bring out a laundry list of naughty theists and theistic events of history -- and the merry-go-round ride is off and running. But all of this is more an assessment of outcomes which really shouldn't be asked to bear much weight regarding the establishment of truth. (I allow that it should bear some weight when accompanied by other evidences, but atheists present will perhaps disagree and say it shouldn't have any bearing at all. --which doesn't prevent them from keeping their laundry list handy, though, just in case.)
The reason you probably don't see this approach a lot is probably for the same reason that, for example, I won't go around and tell people why they shouldn't be non-bicyclists. As a cycling proponent my arguments instead would center more around why cycling is good. So convincing somebody that they should not be a non-cyclist is really already included in any pro-cycling agenda that I have. They are flip-side views of the same coin. As some atheist somewhere is fond of quoting: "If atheism is a religion then not collecting stamps is a hobby." And there is some truth to that, though there are differences to be pointed out too. [...I personally maintain that some neo-atheists have managed to cultivate their atheism as just that: an ideology or religion or worldview or whatever word they find least offensive.] But the point remains that ultimately the burden rests on the theist to show a positive argument for their positive belief. And to the extent that they succeed, they have already by that action, given a critique of atheism.
Sorry if that ends up being more of a non-answer. But continue persisting if you want more. Others here will chime in too, I'm sure.