Maybe you shouldn't use the word 'God' as the starting word for a scientific entry.
I've never understood this mindset. Nor have I ever understood the whole "Science is bullshit because I believe in God" mindset either.
What, exactly, precludes the mutual co-existence of faith and science? There is so much in this world that simply cannot be explained, and there's a good chance that a lot of it may never be explained.
* Time. What is it; why is it relative, and why does it only flow in one direction, as far as we can tell?
* Gravity: What the hell causes it? We can describe it very accurately, but we can't figure out why it works.
* The Pioneer Anomaly. What the hell is it, and why is it only affecting the Pioneers and not the Voyagers?
* The unexplained expansion of the universe; what the hell is causing it? Is there some "dark energy" out there pulling the universe apart that we can't detect? Where does this energy come from then?
Someday, science may find an answer to these questions. But science can only go so far; what if God invented the laws of physics, and could change them at a whim?
Did anyone know that Newton himself tried using his laws to prove that the Christian God exists? His reasoning was that the laws of motion prove that there is a basic order to the universe, an order placed there by God himself.
The law of gravity became Sir Isaac Newton's best-known discovery. Newton warned against using it to view the universe as a mere machine, like a great clock. He said, "Gravity explains the motions of the planets, but it cannot explain who set the planets in motion. God governs all things and knows all that is or can be done."
Though he is better known for his scientific achievements, the Bible was Sir Isaac Newton's greatest passion. He devoted more time to the study of Scripture than to science, and said, "I have a fundamental belief in the Bible as the Word of God, written by those who were inspired. I study the Bible daily."
I put forth that there is absolutely no reason why God and Science cannot co-exist, and anyone who argues that only one or the other can exist is simply being closed-minded. Who knows; perhaps one day science will prove the existence of God. Wouldn't that be interesting?
* It is important to note that I am not speaking about "religion", but rather a greater entity that we cannot possibly understand. Religion and science quite frequently cannot co-exist, simply because of the large number of religions that state proven scientifics as outright falsehoods because it conflicts with their dogma (ie: evolution, orbital mechanics, etc). I have no doubt in my mind that most religions have gotten things completely wrong, but that still in no way disproves the possibility of the existence of God or Gods.