Is there really a God? How did the universe come to be? Evolution or creation? I'm sure you all know we will have the answers to these questions one day when we die. I personally believe in God because I have had too many experiences in my life not to. I completely enturst my life to him. I don't believe in shoving Christianity down anybody throat, because it is your choice to believe or not. I personally don't want risk my eternity with God by doubting him.
the ssasjp,,, you talk of this mysterious God as a "He". Just what clued you in to this God's gender?
If this God was revealed to you and you found out God was feminine with a nice bosom and luscious, roomy hips. Would you think twice about your allegiance to Her? I'm only asking because you sound just a tad gung-#### about this God's gender.
You posted: "I personally don't want risk my eternity with God by doubting him. "
Sadly for you, of the trillion possible permutations of a god, you have chosen the least likely manifestation of god to believe in.
In essence, your future doesn't matter whether you believe in no god, or the particular god that you, personally have chosen to believe in .....
My point is, whether or not you really did exist, and they can't know for sure, you are more likely to exist, with them having found a record of 'misterwhite' than if at that instant someone made up the name 'kljljlkjlj' and wondered if 'kljljlkjlj' actually existed.
This may be true for ordinary claims such as "a person named Jesus lived", but much less so for extraordinary claims such as "a person named Jesus rose from the dead." We know that people can live and if a contemporary left some record of a person living, then that is credible evidence for the claim that a person lived at the time the contemporary lived. We have no evidence of anyone rising from the dead so a claim made 2000 years ago by someone who was a contemporary of a person they claim rose from the dead is hardly credible evidence. (Not to mention that there isn't a contemporary record of Jesus rising from the dead.)