Let me add to that trouble. I personally strugle to believe in a God but I have a very arguable point I believe would be worth reading.
Ever since I was little my parents have instilled good moral values in me just like all parents do. This obviously is to make sure I turn out to be a good person and to make good decisions. But I started to question the origin of these so called "morals." Who instilled these morals in our parents? In our parent's parents? And so fourth. When it comes down to it why do we do whats right more often then not if we have no belief and supernatural punishment? When you do something bad or evil you generally feel bad about doing it even if you dont tell anyone about the incident. This guilt we feel stems from what our parents or gaurdians taught us at early ages, but why does an atheist or for that matter anyone who doesnt believe in God feel bad about something if they wont be punished in another life or by an external force?
Im sorry for this rant I just find it an interesting way to look at things. Please dont hate I'm not trying to provoke or hurt anyone.