The God that I believe in is the God that Socrates, the Father of logic speaks about. The God of the most enlightened society formulated the basis of modern science on.
“To put it dramatically, once can imagine a scholar of the young School of Athens paying a holiday visit to Abdera (with due caution to keep it secret from his Master), and on being received by the wise, far-travelled and world-famous old gentleman Democritus, asking him questions on the atoms, the shape of the earth, on moral conduct, God and the immortality of the soul – without being repudiated on any of these points. Can you easily imagine such a motley conversation between a teacher and his student in our days?” (Schrödinger, Erwin. “Return to Antiquity.” Nature and the Greeks, by Erwin Schrödinger)
The God that they believed in allowed them to discover first the natural laws and derive from them the spiritual laws that govern them.
“I have faith in the nobility of nature.” (Albert Einstein)
To convince me that I am wrong about this, you would have to disprove Euclid, Pythagoras, Democritus, and Archimedes to start with.