@WiiMiiSwitch There's no reason nor evidence to think a god exists. If you care if your beliefs are true, then you cannot believe in a god. It's as simple as that.
@PityOnU Pascal's Wager is not a good reason to believe a god exists. First, it doesn't actually provide any evidence that a god actually exists. Second, Pascal's Wager makes the assumption that there's nothing to be lost by believing in a god, but by believing in a god despite lack of evidence (or even evidence to the contrary in some cases), you're giving up living in reality for living in a fantasy world. I personally consider living outside reality to be detrimental to my well being. Third, one could make the argument that belief is not something one can choose; one is either convinced by an argument or they aren't. In other words, Pascal's Wager is really a choice between "don't believe in a god" or "don't believe in a god, but pretend you do and hope you fool the god you're pretending to believe in." Fourth, there are lots of god claims, and many of them are mutually exclusive. Pascal's Wager would require you to believe all of those gods exist, and that's not physically possible when many directly contradict with one another.