Esteemed lay theologian CS Lewis once said that the existence of God (or, for our purposes, theology) is not a subject which humanity can be moderately interested in. Simply put, we can't talk about theological issues with a mediocre attitude; it demands the best of us. Because, if God does in fact exist, the stakes are of infinite importance to not only the theist, but to the non-theist as well.
If God exists, then we ought to seek knowledge, education, and further communion with Him from the depths of our hearts--not from a shady, run-of-the mill mindset.
If God does not exist, then we are wholly dependent on the works of mankind, and shouldn't waste our time praying, tithing, and believing.
Moderate interest in God is obsolete; it's a philosophy--whether theistic or non-theistic--with extreme presuppositions in mind.