I start with the assumption that there is a God. I don’t have enough faith to think otherwise.
The opposite assertions of ‘Yes' and ‘No,’ are, equally, statements of faith. I think the evidence points to God -- being, creating, sustaining and giving, universally, the deep sense of right and wrong, even when there are diffences and nuances in varying cultures' understanding of morality.
In courtroom parlance, whether the ‘evidence' stacks up so as to be declared as ‘fact' - well, only the righteous judge knows.
I do know that how one answers the question: 'Is there . . .?' - has major implications as to how we live out our (in the end) short lives.