Just because you don’t believe in The Most High doesn’t mean He doesn’t exist. It doesn’t mean He’s not there.
He doesn’t NEED you to believe in Him. He is NOT Tinkerbelle; if you yell “I don’t believe in god!”doesn’t make him fall down coughing to the floor, and die.
He’s STILL there, even if you don’t acknowledge Him.
He’s STILL there, even if you don’t talk to Him.
He’s STILL there, even if you teach your children He doesn’t exist.
He will STILL BE HERE, at the end of all things.

Why do people take it that science means, therefore, that The Most High does not exist?
When I see science, I see it as an explanation FOR what The Most High has done in the universe.
Deuteronomy 29: 29 “Things which are hidden belong to YHWH our Elohim. But the things that have been revealed belong to us and our children forever, so that we can observe all the words of this Torah.”

Believers should not be afraid of science, they should instead embrace science in this same manner. Because there are some things that mankind is simply not gonna be able to figure out – like how to put life into a human being. ALL SCIENCE KNOWS is that there is some kind of an electric spark. They can put a sperm into an egg, but they cannot cause that new thing to start its cell division from which all life begins. No; that’s a hidden thing. It belongs to YHWH.
They know what water is made of – two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen – but when they put the elements together on their own, they can’t get them to “make water”. They have no idea what it is that fuses said elements together and makes the residual called water!
They can’t duplicate it.

Don’t be afraid of science; some people use it for evil but that doesn’t mean it, in and of itself is evil. When it’s used for good, it’s really, really good.
Alright I’m done I just needed to say that.