This happens a whole lot, especially in recovering Catholics like me.
I finally put Pascal's Wager to rest just a couple of years ago, when I realized that it means that, to be on the safe side, one must appease the most savage and vindictive of gods, as well as the pettiest. To paraphrase Marcus Aurelius, if there are gods and they are unjust, you should not want to worship them.
There is also the little matter of, who is right?
"But, Marge, what if we're worshipping the wrong God? Maybe every week we're just making God madder and madder!" --Homer Simpson
The ultimate problem with Pascal's Wager is that Pascal assumed that he, as a Catholic, was the one who was correct.
What about Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Jainists, Animists... hell... what about other Christians (incl. Mormons)?
The only person who can truly make that argument is the one person who strictly, conservatively, and fanatically follows the traditions and dogma of every single religion that ever was, is, and will be.
Plus, let's look at it from the perspective of just Christianity (incl. Catholicism and Mormonism... just assume I'm including those 2 when I say Christianity), Islam, and Judaism. When a Christian asks you this question, you can turn it around on them and ask then what if Jews or Muslims are right?
You see, from the perspective of Judaism and, I think, Islam, Christians are committing a much greater sin that non-belief. Christians are in fact breaking 2 of the 10 Commandments:
-I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery; you shall have no other gods before me.
-You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, punishing children for the iniquity of parents, to the third and the fourth generation of those who reject me, but showing steadfast love to the thousandth generation of those who love me and keep my commandments.
You see... if Christianity is wrong and Judaism (or maybe Islam) is right, then Christians are idol-worshipers, and God will deal much more harshly with idol-worshipers than he will with "fools" (those of us who don't believe in him).
And here's a third point against Pascal's Wager... we atheists have a 1 in 2 chance of being right. Pascal had a 1 in millions upon millions chance of being right. Which means we atheists have a greater chance of being right that any person who subscribes to any one religion.
Of course, if you're talking to a Deist, then it doesn't really matter who's right, because Deists (at least, the ones I know) believe in Hell about as much as we atheists believe in Hell.
I don't turn to the bible anymore mainly because I have had so many classes on the history of Christianity (how it all came together; how the bible was assembled with its various debates on which books would be accepted as 'sacred', as well as the various doctrines that took centuries to be formulated), that I can't accept it as a valid sacred text. Its authors claim it is from a (the) God, but too many groups of men were involved in putting it together for me to accept it as being divine. I would suggest you take some classes on the evolution of Christianity (pun intended), to see how it all came together. This might help.
We see the bible in its complete form and feel it has always been this way; FAR from it. When you see how long it took to get to this point you begin to see the logic problems of its claims.
Doubt is good! Still want to reach for the Bible? Go ahead, do it. Indulge your doubt. It's a healthy thing.
As has been said many times, the surest way to give up Christianity for atheism is to read the Bible. Really read it. It's f'ing crazy! Don't be afraid of it, it's just a book. Now that you've got the hang of this doubt thing, use it. Could that book really offer any real information about the alleged creator of the universe? I recommend starting with Chapter 1, verse 1. The very first sentence disproves the legitimacy of that book.
My father is an evangelical christian minister, so I understand your situation. Doubting your new path is normal and expected. Pascal's wager is hard to let go of. The thought of burning alive for all eternity is traumatizing and doesn't leave overnight. It can take years to release. But reassure yourself that any god capable of such wrath is a monster and not worthy of respect or consideration.
I found it helpful to immerse myself in science. I highly recommend viewing television shows such as "Wonders of the Universe" with Brian Cox on the BBC & Science Channel. This tends to put the concept of god in perspective. Then, when you pick up a bible, you will see it for what it is - a book of myths, legends, & superstitions written by 1st century goat herders.