If time is non-finite, 'In the beginning, God created ...' cannot be true, because there's no beginning if time is non-finite.
If time is non-finite, the Big Bang (if there was one) cannot be the origin of everything, because if time is non-finite there must have been something before the Bing Bag.
If, on the other hand, time is finite, there must have been an (uninvestigable?) 'non-time' before time came into being. Is that what we call 'God' (or 'Allah', if you like)? Is God / Allah non-time?
Anyhow, there's a limit to what science can investigate, since if time is non-finite, science can never study the whole lot, and if time is finite, science can only study what's related to time, not what's related to non-time. (Non-time has no boundaries, I guess).
This all boils down to my conviction that we know nothing. So we cannot be a theist. But we cannot be a non-theist either (like Dawkins).
I think both theists ('believers') and atheists are too much convinced of a reality that cannot be grasped. (Mental concretizations of what you cannot know are just fairy tales).
Just some thoughts before going to dream time (= sleep).