Faith has an aspect of atheism built into it…and it’s this question.
Paul says something about moving from milk to meat in one of his letters…this aspect of ‘growing up’ as an analogy. Like humans we grow from babies to adults – able to make choices of what to eat, wear, think, and feel. In this process of growth we learn to ask questions and wonder about things. This is a normal built in human routine we all are used to. Maybe this is why I can relate to atheism on many levels.
The truth is we are not asking ‘who is God(?)’ but ‘where is God(?)’.
Answer is ‘I don’t know’. I do think we were created with a spirituality that hybrids with our physical, emotional, and mental states. Sometimes we catch a glimpse of something concering this spirituality – sometimes we don’t.
This makes us human…we are not this entity called ‘God’ and we wonder about it from time to time…a bigger picture on a small life. However, we only have glimpses and nothing concrete to grasp onto (experience wise). The atheists have us on this one – no doubts. We cannot recreate a mountain scene that Moses is said to have had…that’s too bad because people of faith are also seeking those same proofs (at times).
The best answer to this question is you, yourself know the answer the best.