Neither of us see a reason to believe in any of the intervening gods described by the religious. There is no evidence that there is a non-anthropomorphic , non-intervening god either and if it did exist it would be disinterested in our belief in it and there would be no consequence to us for belief or disbelief.
You seem to be saying that since you see no reason to believe in any of that it doesn’t exist. I’m saying that just because I see no reason to believe in it does not mean it cannot exist. As I wrote, the anthropomorphic vengeful god of the bible couldn’t prove he exists, but science may one day provide evidence although I don’t see what that would be.
Logic is not binary, it is ternary; true, false and unknown. The unknown state comes when you don’t have the required data to prove a true or false state.
The point is that as an agnostic I acknowledge my own limitations. I am not trying to make a case for the possibility of a god, that is a straw man you have constructed. I’m just saying that some things are unknowable and it is pointless to argue that you know. You can not believe it without telling people that it is impossible because you’ve never seen data to support it, unless you are going to claim that you are omniscient. I see no reason to believe in a Sasquatch either, but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible that a hunter will one day provide proof by shooting one.