Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
Your question contains a false assumption I don't subscribe to (i.e. that I must equate beliefs with my identity). So I cannot answer it because it's a nonsensical question to me. Beliefs are lenses. I can pick them up and look through them or put them down and look past them. No need to turn them into my identity either way.
Best answer I can give to your question is: When I choose to.
If I were to factually ask you whether there is a god or not, what would you say?
I.e if we're talking about facts rather than beliefs - e.g in all circumstances its a fact that the earth is spherical and that gravity pulls things down, etc, then would you consider the existence of god to be such a fact or not?