A little something I posted as a comment on @jlynncameron 's facebook.
I go to church, I even am on the facilities team, as co-chair, and yet I can destroy any notion of cozy Christianity. I like to argue about the nature of god, to the point where people will re-evaluate their faith. But then I tell them: You faith is seeking God. Your faith isn't believing what you believe and sitting on your butt, all smug, looking at other people as lost in the wilderness. Everyone is still aimlessly lost in the wilderness.
Being lost, though, does not mean that one does not seek, it just means one knows that while they have a bag full of clues, they still put one foot in front on the other in search of the Divine, instead of sitting on the ground and telling people to gather around them in the lost spot, just because they found a little water in the desert.
There is something, though, to be said about being certain about one's search for god. Clearly, to me, God is the anthropomorphized universe, a single projection of human-like characteristics on the vastness of space and the infinitesimal of the sub-atomic. God is our inability to express in terms besides human terms the thoughts we have about the mysteries of life, the universe, and the natural phenomena.
As, no matter how much we learn, there will be always things we don't know, things we don't understand. The search for God, for order from seeming chaos, will continue to occupy humans for the foreseeable future, and as such, religion is a useful and good tool, a medium through which we express our wonder at the unknown, and, ultimately, a rationale for caring for one another. As such, religion, meaning, the search for God, no matter what his name may be this Millenia, remains one of the best way for humans to care for one another, to have the sense that by sacrificing their belongings or their own life even, they promote the long term well-being of man as a specie.
And that is not a bad thing, not a bad thing at all.
So I say: Continue your search for God, for it benefits all.