There is simply no reason to fully dismiss the possibility of a Creator.
I won't totally disagree with this conclusion. There is a possibility of not only a
maker, but multiple makers. The issues with this possibility if one wishes to postulate a deity are as follows:
a. it's only a possibility
b. we have no way of identifying what the maker or makers are (were).
c. the maker may not be a who as opposed to some whats
d. the makers need not be sentient
e. the 'making' could very well have been an unintended or accidental consequence
f. we have no reason to invoke intelligent design and assume a purpose
To simplify it, if we make the assumption that there were makers or a maker, there is no reason to equate that substance or entity with any specific god that's ever been proposed.