There are I/It relationships, that each of us has with inanimate objects. And then there are I/Thou relationships, that persons have with one another.
God wants an I/Thou relationship with you. He does not want to be an It that is the conclusion of a philosophical, historical, or scientific argument. He doesn't want to please your idol curiosity. He wants you and He wants you to want Him. If you ask, He will give you Himself. If you seek Him, you will find Him. If you knock, the door will be opened. But it's not for those who don't want God to be Lord of their life. So if you don't want God to be your boss, don't pretend that you want to know if He exists.
The same with Jesus. If you want to know who Jesus is, ask God, "Who was Jesus? Did he rise from the dead?" But don't ask if you aren't willing to let him be Lord of your life. Just turn around and move on.
That's about the extent of my "religious epistemology." I got nothing else to give you.