As observed by Half Sigma. The near offhanded nuance it contained was intriguing as Half Sigma's post had nothing to do with Christianity but with Gaian theory or philosophy. To be fair, the quote in it's full context:
Christianity has been disproved by science, thus some new religion is forming to fill in the void. The human brain is very unhappy unless there is something supernatural to worship.
Science can certainly rain doubt on the descriptive history/prophesy that entails the Bible, but how can science disprove faith? I think very much that it cannot. And I think that's the malfunction between atheists and theists (whatever sort they may be.) Atheists seek scientific proof that religion is false and present a remarkable ability to completely miss the point of faith. Science cannot disprove a man's faith anymore than it can disprove a mans favorite color. Science is objective, faith is subjective. The argument is nonsensical.