The most devout of secularists is on the back foot and waffling nowadays. This media shill is desperately backpedaling to warn people not to jump to conclusions. It's too late for that. They have fallen behind the conversation.
No reasonable person with the capacity for objective thinking would attempt to make the case there is no supreme being in light of what we now know about the universe. Only the most zealous radical humanists continue to cling to such pagan notions.
Of course, this in no way implies for an instant that any of the world's religions have it right. That's something that men will always have to take on faith.
Here's what we do know:
1. There is a supreme being of some kind. All we can say for certain is that whatever it is, it seems to like us quite a bit. It has given us a universe amicable to our existence.
2. It appears that in "liking" us that it may have some anthromorphic qualities we are not projecting onto it. It seems capable of giving a damn and is capable of "like" as opposed to the complete indifference one would expect of a creature so superior we cannot comprehend it.
3. It appears to be quite outside the flow of time altogether, leading one to suspect that time itself is just another convenience it has created for us as part of the cosmic terrarium it has put together for us to exist in. This is another tipoff that whatever that thing is up there, it's basically inherently nice and generous. It isn't Nyarlathotep or Cthulu. It is something very abundant in mercy.