Yes neil, however atheists base there pints on evidence. At the moment no matter how much you believe something to be untrue, the Big Bang is what the evidence is pointing towards, this may change over time but actually at the moment the evidence points to something that gives a chance that god will still exist. So until it can be proven otherwise that there is more evidence any atheist that has really looked into it must acknowledge that there is evidence pointing towards a creator. This may change but at the moment you can’t really ignore the evidence. I’m not trying to start an argument it was just where you said about taking about more recent science. How the most recent science has very little evidence in comparison to the Big Bang theory.
Craig favors a neutral logic, according to which the formal quantifiers of first-order logic , as well as the informal quantifiers of ordinary language, are not ontologically committing.  He also advocates a deflationary theory of reference, according to which referring is a speech act rather than a word-world relation, so that singular terms may be used in true sentences without commitment to corresponding objects in the world.  If one stipulates that first-order quantifiers are being used as devices of ontological commitment, then Craig adverts to Fictionalism , in particular Pretense Theory, according to which statements about abstract objects are expressions of make-believe, imagined to be true, though literally false.