Please pardon me about that I'm concealing my religious background to prevent a flame-war.
Though I've never lost my faith, the faith has been changing for recent times. For now, I seem to be believing in multiple gods. Infinitely many, in fact. An apeirotheist if I were to coin a term.
Who are those gods? Well, some are metaphysical, and some are physical.
The metaphysical gods I believe in are mathematical concepts, prominently axioms. As the Axiom of Choice is prominently accepted by mathematicians, I'd say it's the all-father I believe in. Though, it has its own negation as its arch-enemy. My idea is that, we will test which axiom holds in our physical universe and decide who's "good" and who's "evil".
Computer science presents me some metaphysical gods as well. An example is the Busy Beaver, an uncomputable function.
The "physical" gods, though they're not physical objects, they pose some theistic aspects to our physical universe. One prominent example is the uncertainty of quantum objects. "God's dice" to put simply.
Generally, all physical laws can be treated as gods. Though it's science so our understanding of physics can always change, there are certainly what are serving as "true" physical laws.
Biology poses some gods as well, and those decide what's moral and what's not. Natural Selection is one example, and it poses some moral aspects such as "all living beings are precious" and "go forth and multiply".
However, as seen as whole, these gods don't seem to have a unified notion about what does it mean to believe in them. It seems that to believe in axioms is to trust them as absolute truths, and to believe in biological gods is to acknowledge and obey their moral consequences. I cannot figure out what does it mean to believe in the Busy Beaver or the quantum dice. I could believe that the quantum dice will have outcomes beneficial to me, but that doesn't seem to be a good faith.
Is there a unified idea about my faith, or is my faith just multiple different and independent ideas?