Science is always in discovery mode, and humanity needs that because science is knowledge. The only issue is that humans are limited in their capability to capture knowledge in every arena of science. So, the gaps are filled with theory until we obtain the necessary information. Science, then is never completely informed, definitive and authoritative in all things. Basically, it’s comprehensively imperfect since it cannot answer all scientific questions even though it’s constantly learning. From a logical standpoint, it seems unreasonable to believe then, that science can disprove a perfect God. In fact, I think it actually introduces the concept of Him, even more. For ex. if you only decided to study a typical human cell for your whole career you’d never finish collecting and researching all the data. Remember this in Biology:
Plasma membrane Channels/pores, nucleus, DNA, Endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, golgi complex,Mitochondrion, vesicles, vacuoles, Lysosomes, Peroxisomes etc. (This is an aside, believing that life is a random chance occurrence causes us to have to compromise our intelligence when we examine cells. We have to put logic aside to be able to ascribe all the organelles’ functions to the idea that they all just happened to evolutionize in the most complimentary way to allow the cell to function the way it does.) Anyway, what if you then chose to drill down and only pursue the study of the mitochondria? The study of that one organelle would fascinate, challenge and keep you busy until you retired. Even then, you wouldn’t have exhausted all the science behind it. Go look up mitochondria, it’ll blow your mind. For biologists today, there’s still so many unanswered questions and so, there’s always hypothesis. I think, science is necessary to acquire knowledge but I also believe it reveals more of the truth of God and yet doesn’t require us to suspend our faith. It can supplement our belief in Him and also help us have a balanced understanding of life. Still, He is the Creator and the created will never fully understand His mystery.
“No, we declare God’s wisdom, a mystery that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began.” 2 Corinthians 2:7
“the mystery that has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is now disclosed to the Lord’s people.” Colossians 1:26