In case you don’t know what dark matter is, it is the God of Science. By this I mean that dark matter is what scientists use to make their explanation of how the universe works make sense.
I realize it is only Wikipedia, but read through the entry about dark matter to see how essential it is for the current explanation how everything in the universe works.
I characterize dark matter as the “God of Science” not really to disparage science, but to suggest that perhaps the supposed gulf between science and faith is not so broad after all.
It seems that dark matter is for some scientists a “god of the gaps;” an explanation of certain unexplainable events/occurrences, etc., for which actual evidence cannot be found. Religion is often accused of having a “god of the gaps” in that some religions have, over time, adjusted their understanding of how the world works as progress explains more and more things without the need of a supernatural involvement.
While I’ve not heard anyone refer to dark matter as supernatural, its posited existence serves a suspicious role in some naturalistic worldviews.