I was raised Methodist. I have no issue with the choices by which my family introduced me to a useful moral construct. I am aware of the desire to live by a moral compass, though I do not think almost anyone takes upon themselves the significance of [God] seriously enough, and therefore can understand what truly constructs their belief system.
I've recently become enthused by the psychological significance of why there would be a god, but I'm still enamored with the skepticism and appeal of why secular humanism (atheism) makes more sense (to me).
Bret Weinstein illuminates my perspective of the functional purpose of religious faith. So, I guess you can say I'm a religious centrist. Any believer's claim of certainty is more likely full of crap than not.