@GloryToGod Science has long been a safe space for atheists, not due to what it told us, but because of what it did not tell us; namely that the existence of God can be proven.
But the more we learn about carbon, strong and weak nuclear coefficients, and other characteristics that point to a finely-tuned universe, the more frantic the desire becomes to come up with a way to counter this. But also, to your point, science becomes more and more prophetic, not due to any Divine direction or foreknowledge but simply in helping us understand truths, and draw our own conclusions about those truths. The truths point very clearly to a finely-tuned universe, which strongly implies creation and a Creator…
Naysayers will never stop trying to come up with ways to refute this, now by relying on speculation and theories stemming from string theory to posit the notion that there are an infinite number of universes out there and so the odds that one would have the characteristics to support life are very strong. Presumably there are infinity-1 empty, lifeless universes adrift in the infinite cosmos.
We agree that science is a prophet and that if there is a Creator, discoveries will continue to support His existence, as they have been doing. We should be cognizant of these discoveries as we progress on our Christian walk and interact with others.