God is like a goldilocks theory. For some God is to soft,unbelievable,unexplicable and unfathomable.For some God is too much,overdone,overanalyzed and discussed ad nauseum.For others he is just right. The final analysis will be determined when we die. Non-believers have nothing to worried about and your flame will extinguish. Believers will run the myriad of emotions hoping and praying they have done enough to commune with God and live in eternal peace etc. Whether you are a Nihilist,Atheist,Deist,Agnostic,Christian,Muslim or some other faith formation will be irrelevant. The idea is to live in a humane and just manner.Right from wrong means something to most and nothing to few.
I am a Christian and choose to believe in what I believe. Whether seen as a crutch by some or an outlet by others my goal is to embrace others with dyametrically opposed views as this adds value to my own thoughts. We can philosophize this until we forget the original question but it won't change that there are multiple dynamics at work in our world and it makes it an interesting place to live. Far better than everyone wearing Navy Blue suits and white shirts with black shoes. Diversity of thought and faith can add value to any society and whether we are judged by God at death or not won't deter all sides from believing in something or nothing.