This isn't about the question of "is there a God" per se; faith aside, one can objectively only say, I don't know. I myself consider myself an atheist, for the sake of disclosure. It also isn't meant to refute or deny that there may have been a creator, but rather the notion that science isn't "enough" in it's own realm. That is to say: natural processes couldn't have created and evolved life without active help, or created planets and stars without such help, and so on. The problem isn't the acceptance of (the possibility of) the Supernatural so much as the rejection of the Natural explanation. I wouldn't be so presumptuous as to deny the role of faith in the lives of so many, but to me it seems lacking in another sort of faith, and an act of small-mindedness, for one to reject the mere possibility of a non-Divine explanation for any process. I'm disappointed that so many can't appreciate the true wonders that the natural world can achieve; this cop-out in deferring everything to a supernatural power I frankly find cowardly. Further, I find that this attitude diminishes the true wonders of nature to an irrelevancy, and in so doing does nature a grave injustice.
I hope I explained this well, given that it is a delicate topic. Thoughts?