I got the classic question; "why am I agnostic/ahteist"? I wrote this answer. Opinions welcome!
Belief in god comes with a naive attitude. To not believe in a god, you have to be convinced that all the stories we heard as kids were just that - stories. Myths. Legends. You have to be confident that it’s OK to go from dust - to dust.
Religion had a purpose when it was founded; the mysteries of life - and the fear of death led to stories made up to answer those mysteries - to our ancient relatives - and leave the people who believed them some degree of comfort.
Science has answered a lot of those mysteries. Religion; apparently, also created as a moral guide, also became hypocritical; crusades, inquisitions, etc...all serve as proof that religion was often forced on people.
Remember learning the Santa myth? The Tooth fairy myth? the Easter bunny myth? It’s sort of on that level. Those who ascribe to agnosticism/atheism just don’t buy the myths.
Here’s a quote from Richard Dawkins. I suggest you get one of his books. A famous comedian/magician Penn Jillette is also a well known and well written agnostic/atheist. Read their stuff. Watch Bill Maher’s movie “Religulous” and you’ll get it.
BTW; The famous phrase "Dust to Dust, Ashes to Ashes" does not come from the Bible but from the English Burial Service of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, reading: "we therefore commit his body to the ground; earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust;" but the concept is mentioned in the Bible.
word comparison - Dust to Dust, Ashes to Ashes -