You are religious!
...and it would also make you naive about the universe in my honest opinion - using mythological personifications to explain scientific questions/phenomena was/is the kind of reasoning that either pre-scientific cultures, or children, use.
I'm not Religious but am certainly open to the ideas of the various religions, so if I may I'd like to add a question to the conversation. If you believe in god(s), what is it about that religion that inclines you to put your faith in them and why not others?
If you believe in God then you need Jebus.
You don't have to be religious to believe in God. It is perfectly possible to believe in a higher power without actually worshiping this power, or adhering to specific rules, participating in rituals or attaching meaning to related symbolism. I wouldn't call personal faith/belief religious anyway...