Yeah, it reminds me of an article I saw recently. Apparently the pop-physicist Neil de Grasse Tyson was quoted as saying it is highly probable that the universe is a giant simulation. He's not the first physicist to seriously suggest that our known universe is essentially a "simulation" or computer program.
The pop-sci media reports on this and gins up interest and discussion, they'll make TV shows about it on the Science channel, but why can't (or won't) they point out that this proposal is pretty much the exact same thing as saying the universe was created by God, and that He created all of its rules of order and operation too?
So "it's a computer simulation" meets with the approval of the chin-tugging crowd, but the equivalent assertion "it was all made by God" means one is backwards and gullible.
Me personally, I've never had any great difficulty reconciling science with belief in God. Science is learning the order and operation of the universe via our human faculties. The authorship of that order and operation is not put into doubt by this.