Pascal's wager is infuriating. Only makes sense if you believe in a petty vindictive God. Almost as kickable as the 'I'm not religious, but I believe in a higher power/ am spiritual' crowd.
In defence of agnostics: Agnosticism isn't necessarily fence sitting. It can also mean thinking that as there's no evidence either way and no conceivable way of finding evidence any time spent wondering about the existence of God is wasted. That makes it a more radical approach than atheism - it's not 'God doesn't exist', it's 'it doesn't matter if God exists.' Or, as the old joke goes: Child 'I don't believe in God'; Rabbi 'And do you think God cares?'
I am an atheist. I know that there is a possibility that Jesus will come again tomorrow, and I will have to rethink- but only in the way that there is a possibility the sun won't come up tomorrow morning. A remote possibility- bit not one worth giving brain time to.