What you have is a belief that at least one god exists and that the god you believe exists, is the god of the bible. What I have is the opposite position. I don't believe that the god that you believe in, exists nor do I believe that any of the gods exist except as religious concepts. This is not a statement that your god does not exist, it is a statement that I don't believe that it exists.
The key word in this is "believe."
Basically, you believe that the god of the bible exists because you believe that the bible is the inerrant word of this particular god. All your supposed information revolves around this belief. That is: - The belief that the bible is the word of this god, and that this book is inerrant BECAUSE it is the word of this god. I don't believe that the bible is the word of a god because the claims within it, do not ring true to me and why they ring true to you or anyone else is very perplexing. Ditto with the quran. The bible, as far as I can see, as numerous religious texts before it and after it, is evidence of belief. It is not evidence of the existence of the god itself. It is not evidence of a god UNLESS you BELIEVE that there is a being capable of performing the claims which are made in either the bible or the quran.
I have read the bible and I do not believe the claims that are made in it. But this isn't the most important factor of the discussion at all. The most important factor of the discussion is why do YOU believe the claims in it? Seriously, why DO you believe the supernatural claims that are made in the bible or the quran? What makes these claims believable to you?
Listen to Sam Harris speaking about belief.