There’s a not-very-interesting religious question about whether or not God exists, with God defined as a limit and explanation of all experience. It’s not very interesting because it’s undecidable. At the end of the day you might call the limit beyond which human thought can’t go God or you might not. And what does it matter? Spinoza called everything that could exist God-Or-Nature, and that formulation just about sums up how little interest there is in the question, whether to call The All God or Nature. Why should we care?
A more interesting religious question in whether gods exist. A god is a being whose meaning and power is so overwhelming that it makes sense to worship it. By “worship” I mean giving up one’s other commitments and staking one’s life on the relationship to this god.
Do they exist? Did they ever exist? Could they exist? Could we build them? Could one arrive from another planet?
There is a lot of discussion on the internet between so called “atheists” and so-called “believers” about whether God exists, but these punt on the more critical question: do gods exist and could they?
Is it a feature of the scientific world view to say that gods could not exist? How could that be a scientific opinion?
I’m not sure how people break on the possible existence of gods. I suspect that there are many secularists who believe in them or would be open to believing in them under the right circumstances, and, perhaps, some religious believers who do not.