Depends if you believe in one or not
Believers will say yes, nonbelievers will say no
(With a few exceptions)
I believe that faith in an invisible sky fairy (God) is no different than faith in Harry Potter.
Faith is an unquestioning loyalty to an idea. An idea such as God is conditioned by society to children at a young defenseless age. It is thus that we are usually born into our religion.
An person born in the middle east will mostly be Islamic, the U.S, mostly christian.
It is because of this, I say religion only complicates. It is conditioning a child with an idea and telling them never to question it - in other words, to be ignorant.
They are conditioned never to ask the most important question used to decipher reality from fiction, "How do I know God exists?".
The church conditions a person that their reasons are the best and to shun any others including science.