The argument always seems to be atheist verses theist when I think either takes a big leap of faith. Since science seems to have made a case for the world existing without a deity, it would be foolish for anyone to say that God must exist necessarily. However, since God is by definition obscure, a person cannot say for sure that he does not exist. The compromise is to realize that neither knows for sure.
Does this mean that the religious are correct in their more specific beliefs? The answer is no. All of the major religions, can be disproven logically by using the attributes given to their God. For instance, a Christian believes that God has given humans free will, yet is also omniscient. The ability for a God to know what will happen means that people could not have a choice, which means they do not have free will. This is just one example of many.