Idolatry!Notice, though, I said I know God to the extent that He has revealed Himself or to the extent that my finite mind has attempted to seek Him out. Which means there is much more to know & in no way disproves His existence.
Belief, the sense that I employ, does not require faith, try believe the moon doesn't exist. Have a bash. Try believe it doesn't exist. If you struggle to believe it doesn't exist then try apply faith to the task - try have faith that it doesn't exist. Belief requires evidence. There is not a single thought that a human has that is not a belief. First hand sensory acquaintances are not thoughts and so are the only cognitive attribute that is not a belief - all the rest is belief. Faith on the other hand, in the sense that you use it, where it means prejudice, to pre-judge, to decide what is true without even a single shred of evidence - that is not a belief - that is willful ignorance.Almost sounds like you're upset that belief requires faith & that not everything is "proveable". But it doesn't matter: Even when proof is provided some people still choose not to believe.