Have you ever realized that we keep moving god further down the line?
Thousands of years ago, a boy looked up at the sky, and asked his father "Dad, why does the sun rise?"
Dad doesn't know. He couldn't have known. So, he says "God does it."
Now, a boy asks his father "Why does the sun rise?"
"Well, the sun doesn't really rise, son. We rotate around it, giving it the appearance of rising and setting."
"Why do we rotate around it?"
"Because of gravitational pull, a force that attracts objects to each other."
"What causes gravity?"
"God does it."
We may be more likely to say "We don't know.", which is arguably a better response, but because we don't know, some people will leap at the chance to say "God does it."
We could explain the intricacies of this world to a T, with complete and undeniable accuracy, and as long as there was still a place where our knowledge fell flat, there would still be people who want to say "We can't figure it out, because god did it."
When, in reality, it's not that we CAN'T figure it out. The dad from thousands of years ago probably thought that he couldn't figure out why the sun rose. Well, we have.
And we'll figure out why gravity occurs.
Science is understanding the world around us. God may exist. But god shouldn't just be our way of saying "A wizard did it." God should be the driving force behind the universe. The method we came to be, if not the reason for our being. If god exists, delegating such a being to a hand-wave explanation for things we don't understand is... insulting. If god exists, science is our tool for understanding the glorious gift of life god has given us.