The problem with this article – Why Science Does Not Disprove God – is that is assumes a god exists and must be disproved.
[Science] has not revealed to us why the Universe came into existence, nor what preceded its birth in the Big Bang. Equally, biological evolution has not brought us the slightest understanding of how the first living organisms emerged from inanimate matter on this planet, and how the advanced eukaryotic cells—the highly structured building blocks of advanced life forms—ever emerged from simpler organisms.
Science is not suppose to discover WHY, as if there must be some purpose behind it all. And evolution is not supposed to explain abiogenesis (the origin of life).
Until there is evidence that a god exists, there is no need to assume one does. Science deals with reality, not fantasy or myth.
But much more important than these conundrums is the persistent question of the fine-tuning of the parameters of the Universe: Why is our Universe so precisely tailor-made for the emergence of life?
That’s a backwards question. The Universe is NOT “finely-tuned” for anything. It never was and never will be. The fact that life began at all is just a fluke — an opportunistic combination of the right elements for life to begin. It wasn’t “on purpose”, wasn’t “with design and intent”.