And might as while lay out my beliefs since I've called people out on theirs.
Over the years I've been an Atheist, a Christian, a Buddhist, you name it chances are I've been it. And I don't mean I read a book or two. I read dozens of books and immersed myself in the study each and every time, sometimes going to the extremes. My experiences in these different religions as well as many other things enforces my belief that the mind can be described as having two parts: a thinker and a prover.
What the thinker thinks, the prover proves.
A human being can think themselves into anything. Be it a Nazi, a Catholic, an Atheist, a voodoo priest, a Democrat, a Republican, etc. These people "think" the world is a certain way, and their "prover" goes about finding evidence that fits and discounting evidence that doesn't. Sometimes its done intentionally but most of the time it happens under the radar. See Robert Anton Wilson for more on that. it's kind of a "meta" view.
In this day and age with so much information available right NOW we are overloaded. So we become "wiki philosophers" and Googlers. We have our views, articles which enforce that view tend to catch our eye, we may be a part of newsgroups and frequent websites which enforce our view. We also spend time looking at opposing view websites and poking holes in their arguments or ridiculing their views. This is not studying. This is life in soundbites.
For my part, I simply cannot decide if there is a God or not. I do not have the evidence and I've looked hard, and looked for over 20 years. I'm smart, I'm intuitive, I'm curious, and I can't decide. Further, I'll say it can't be objectively decide upon, and right now my "prover" has tabled the question and I'm moving on to other things. I'm sure I'll address it again in my own studies, and probably sooner than I think.
My advice: stop living a Wikilife and do some studying if you're interested in a question. The internet is not going to be able to solve that for you. To truly understand something you have to live it. You can't become a good fighter by watching YouTube videos and you can't understand, really understand, something until you've trained in it. If you want to answer religious questions for yourself have an open mind and do the work. There is no substitute.