I commented on the post to say that I'm the reverse of this christian notion: I don't believe anyone truly believes in god. I'm sure lots of people think they believe in god but that just means they haven't taken their brains out for a test drive. They've never actually thought about anything. Their "belief" is merely a way of life -- it's posturing as a lifestyle. They live as if they believe in these gods. Sorry, but I don't buy it.
Look at christians who are close to death. They're terrified, every last one of them. If they actually believed in god, why would they fear death? There's a simple answer: they're afraid because they don't believe. They say there are no atheists in foxholes. I say there are no believers on death beds, only people who want to believe.
The evil, self-effacing notion of "faith" is a large part of the problem. Faith means believing in something even when you don't believe in it. Handy, that. It's a trick you're supposed to use in moments of doubt. Just have faith, the priests wheeze. What this translates into, in a practical sense, is don't think, just follow.
No, I don't believe anyone believes in god. Priests just want to keep their jobs, especially in this economy. They know there's no god.
If you ask christians what they believe, you'll get a wide range of mushy answers. They're not even consistent, one to the other, in their "beliefs". That's because they have none.
I may be an outlier on this, but that's my opinion. No one believes in god. It's too stupid a notion.