I have to admit that I do find it very very hard to believe there is no 'God' or higher intelligent power or cosmic force of some kind behind it all. At the very last a non-personal Einstein or Spinoza version of God. The articles here on this website sum up most of my reasons for belief: ww.godevidence.com/category/evidence
On the other hand, I am troubled by the moral arguments against belief and find many of them compelling, ie, arguments springing from the existence of evil and suffering being incompatible with the existence of an all powerful, all knowing, all caring God. Most of these are outlined here: en.wikipaedia.org/wiki/Problem_of_evil
I think ultimately Blaise Pascal was rather right, that we cannot deduce the answer by reason alone and the safest bet is to err on the side of a form of religious belief. I would change Pascals recommendation however, to say that if we cannot obey the greatest command to love God we should at least live a life in adherence to the golden rule to love our neighbour as ourselves (to live a life of "active and indefatigable love of your neighbour" as father Zossima encouraged the 'woman of little faith' in Dosteyovsky's '"The Brothers Karamazov"). And if you can't actively love others, at the very least be kind and do not hurt anyone.
I think this is the best solution. Do not take a hard position on either side of the atheism v religious fundamentalism question. Don't be a militant atheist and religion basher and don't be a religious fanatic. Suspend and moderate your belief/disbelief in proportion to a life-long examination of weighing up the ever unfolding evidence and debate as intellectually honestly as possible, even if it hurts like hell.
At the very least obey the golden rule and your conscience and the moral laws within your heart and commit to living your life accordingly. If you do that and it turns out the Bible is all true, you should come out on the right side of the fence in the final wash-up and get everlasting life (Rom 2:11-16). atonement.reslight.net
And if you live a life like that but it turns out there is no God and the Bible is wrong, then you have still lived the best of lives.