My reasoning rejects the idea of blind faith. If “God” cannot accept that I will not worship him on blind faith, he is not the god I was raised to worship and serve, for he does not understand me at all. And if the god who exists does not love and understand me, why should I waste my time in his/her service? Fear of punishment? I refuse.
There is an argument that God hides his existence because of free will. If it were obvious that God existed, there would be no choice but to follow him, so free will would not exist. The problem with that is humans are rebellious; I have personally disobeyed my parents, and I know they exist. I can choose to disobey the laws of the country, and it does not mean that I think the country is non-existent.
This is an extremely important point: knowing a being exists does not remove the decision of whether to obey that being. Indeed, for those like myself, being unable to conclude a deity exists is a much bigger obstacle. How can I follow the commandments of someone if I can’t be sure that someone even exists?
If there is no evidence, I will not serve God. I will serve those around me as best I am able or know how, but I will not worship. My goal in life, in general, is to treat everyone with true love, agape, to the best of my capability. I know I will fail sometimes, and when I do, I intend to ask forgiveness of those I’ve hurt. If I am sent to Hell simply for refusing to believe something that I could not justify to myself from the available evidence, I was never going to make it to Heaven anyway.
This doesn’t really answer the question asked, but I simply can’t find any evidence for a god. Unless I do, I can only think that a god doesn’t exist or doesn’t want me to believe. There is no third option.