Modern science is light years away from ever proving that God does not exist. Among other things, when it can thoroughly demonstrate how matter from non-matter and energy from non-energy and life from non-life came into being, God's existence remains intact.
Modern science has no such burden. If you can't prove it does exist, modern science doesn't have to lift a finger. Without evidence, your God theory is equally as plausible as the FSM. But I think what you are doing here is confusing your Christian viewpoint with a deist stance which actually has a small inkling of respectability. Try to remember not to do that. The Christian God is not on par with a deist stance.
But I think you dodged my point in favor of reacting to the last portion of my sentence instead. Do you disagree that with the advent of modern science, it has become a lot more difficult to maintain the belief that a god has a hand in everything? Do you disagree that we now have a lot more facts to work with, and thus can make a better determination than ever before in our history? Do you think it is just as easy NOW as it was a few thousand years ago to think a super-powerful being is responsible for earthquakes, disease, lightning, electricity, wind, rain, orbiting planets, gravity, etc, etc? That is my point. When are we allowed to give the benefit of the doubt and say, 'alright, it's really a lot more reasonable to think this is all natural'? How many more things do we have to discover before you're out of places to hide your God? Are you going to require all of them? Everything?
But yes Biblestudent. You go ahead and hide your God in the corners of scientific ignorance while you avoid the absolute fact that everything science has revealed to us is completely natural and understandable without requiring the intervention of a deity. You pick 3 things where science does not yet have a full understanding and shove your 'Hey, what about an invisible, super powerful man in the sky that loves us all' theory in as if it's a reasonable, reliable answer, when it clearly isn't. 'God' is the answer of someone who is unwilling to do the work, of the lazy and inept, and of the masses who are content to be force fed what to think. Day after day science is accelerating, making new headway toward understanding our universe naturally, and thus eradicating the idiocy of the belief in the Christian God; yet until we figure every little detail out, you just keep on holding out hope that maybe some day... some day... science will find ONE thing for which "God did it" is a more explanatory theory than science and naturalism. Good luck with that. I have a secret for you, however, that may save you a bunch of time and effort. Come in close now... closer... there, that's close enough... You're gonna lose
It is a matter of time before all notions of god(s) dies and we look back on people with your mind set with naught but confusion and pity.
Sorry for the pissed off tone on this one. I had to overhear a conversation at work today between 2 religious freaks who were talking about the whole Chik-fil-A thing and how God is on their side and how awful gay marriage is, and I wasn't able to weigh in without creating a shit load of tension in the workplace. The sooner the whole religion dies, the better. I hate the bible belt.