I went through similar emotions upon leaving, and a similar process of questioning. First of all I read the Bible without WT spectacles on.
I then looked at the provenance of the Bible itself. I then looked at the evidence for the existence of God.
I also asked for answers on here. A kindly poster pointed out two important things,
1) that it is my spiritual journey that I am on, so it may take a different route to others, and end at a different destination, and that within that there is the vital point that I should decide what I want as I set out, do I want truth ? or do I want a religion that suits me ? etc.
2) I should do the study and research for myself, for too long we have relied on others (mainly the lying WT) to do our work and thinking for us, and where did it get us ? in thrall and slavery to a false religion. it is so so easy to jump out of the frying pan and into the fire.
By all means ask for opinions on here, but realise they are only that, opinions based on the experience and study that people have done, but also on the prejudices and sometimes lack of experience and lack of knowledge of the poster.
So, here is my opinion in answer to your thread title, for what it is worth. By the way, I decided I wanted truth more than a faith or religion.
The Bible has no provenance, look back to a number of Terry's threads and you will see where he points out that the earliest copies we have are copies made way way after the originals were written, these are copies of copies.
From these we then have to rely on translators , with the attendant problem of their theology colouring what they come up with as an acceptable text in our language, to see examples of how badly this can be done look at the NWT.
So as I cannot check what was originally written, I cannot put any kind of faith in the translation I use today, as it has no provenance it cannot be the word of God. errant or inerrant it just cannot be the word of God, whether inspired or not ? the question just doesn't matter, as we do not have the original.
So, my position is , the Bible is the work of men entirely and nothing more, I also see no testable evidence that stands scrutiny that God exisits.