It's because i understand the abstract nature of consciousness and mental processes. It's no different that the evolution of Atheism, or even Agnostism. Most of the meaning we derive our thoughts on are through the development of language to which can lead to abstract perception of the things we sense and observe to which includes ourselves. Its the natural physical flow of energy/information and the evolution of it. The relevance of our ideas and beliefs greatly depend on the real world. So things like the SUN, Earthquakes ect can spark the evolution of the GOD concept. Fear is usually a key trigger to such ideological philosophies.
If I could take an Apache Helicopter, demonstrate it's power, and then Land it in the middle of that era, or even Jerusalem, It would be very likely to have made Jesus rather insignificant. You might have ended up worshiping the Apache, or if I was in a group, multiple Apaches.
So yes, there is some truth in religion, as in how it develops and how it interprets identical information in abstract. It's just like 2 people can view a red truck in different perspectives even though the information is identical. One could derive it as GOD like, another as a threat, another as awesome, another as ugly, or another as to manly or sexist. Why? because we have all this other information stored in our head that includes language, and our experiences since we were born to which shapes how our minds perceive reality even though it doesn't actually change the reality of reality. This is the fundamentals of development of morals, ethics, and opinions. Usually, such things are manipulable through emotion, and fear because that is the nature of consciousness. It's the positive, negative, and neutral feedback of the continuous flow of information through our senses, and the environment. It's the same process that governs evolution, adaptation, natural selection, choices, decisions or any phenomenon to which can exist, or does exist. It's energy processing energy because energy can interfere with itself to give rise to complex. It's an energy driven ecological system to which is a chaotic system with simple principles that govern it.
This however doesn't mean there isn't the possibility of consciousness in pure energy form to where the biological brain isn't required. So I don't rule out higher beings, or even the plausibility of more powerful entities than ourselves. I just realize that none of them can create that which we all require to exist. And that is informational value and substance.. So my view strayed from common religious ideologies through my own exploring of information theory.
But yes, it's possible that some entity could have caused the big bang either by mistake or by pure intention.. It's simply not really relevant from my perspective. We could even go down the Men In Black aspect of infinite progression of realities (worlds within worlds). I can even give an example of plausible transcendence of reality without defying material-physicality:
THE MUTE ARGUMENT:
A child is born from our perspective to be unable to feel, see, hear, or smell to where this would result In the fact that this child would be completely unable to respond to any outside source of stimuli, or unable to sense and observe it. This child would be in a solipsistic state of mind to where this child's universe could never consciously perceive that of our own universe even though this child is equally apart of it.(this fits into the concept of religion where death transcends to another reality). This in a sense is an example of Occam's Razor, and a Sollipsist reality.. This child would not know that itself is a living biological being born from the whom of his mother. And it gets better, we being the outside observers could never peer into this child's mind, or this child's universe to understand what kind of reality this child is experiencing. We could never currently establish if this child is even consciously self-aware, or has imagined a whole different universe of existence. Thus can a world be created within the mind based off what little information the locked in mind may have gathered during it's development in the whom?
So what happens if this child wakes up and discovers that itself is apart of another universe much grander than the one he was locked into? And what does that say about our own universe?.. Are we our selves locked in? Is there an ever progression of reality? So if we die and wake up in another universe, what kind of understanding would we have of reality or of existence? Or even what kind of understanding would we have of that state of existence?. So if this child wakes up and tells us, or explains to us what his reality was like, He nor we could ever really know if we are in a similar Lock-in, or explain our entire existence and the universe. This also applies to any conscious entity simply because omniscience is impossible.
However, what we do know is that no matter what the case may be, the mind will always require containment, a place to exist, dimensional value, information and material physicality.