I'll never understand how it is that theoretical scientists fail to see the handwriting of God in the essence of their work. Just because something is of divine nature doesn't necessarily mean it defies measurement, it merely defies our current technology to make those measurements. And once measured, that doesn't mean that it has nothing to do with God's work.
God only gave Moses the rules for human behavior, not for the behavior of the universe. To assume that those 10 commandments are the only laws in existence which God created (or enforces) is arrogance in the extreme.
During my undergraduate degree studies in Physics, it became quite clear to me - nearly an atheist at the time - that the only plausible explanation to the universe rested with what we define as God. As I have aged over the last 25 years since, this belief has only become stronger.
Eventually, when humankind learns to overcome mortality, the human invented aspect of linear time will fall by the wayside, opening the doors which are closed today. Quantum theory begins to erase linear time, but time still keeps us "on the plantation" so to speak - locking us into Newtonian mechanics as the basis of our physical understanding.