I agree ... see ShoutBox.
Some people would argue that reality is bigger than conventional physics ... but would deny the supernatural. Some conventional physics would argue that there is nothing beyond physics ... only ignorant lay people think otherwise. Materialists who color outside the box, might be considered deist, but not accurately. I would call them flexible materialists. I am a flexible materialist. In modern terms, a materialist is someone who only admits atoms exist, and their combinations. This was all debated 2000 years ago by Lucretius, and before him Epicurus, and before him Democritus and maybe Leucippus. Also in India. Epicurus said that gods exist, as super-beings, but not in the Judeo-Christian fashion. And that unlike mythology, super-beings have nothing to do with lower life forms like humans ... they party-hardy on Mt Olympus. Epicurus would count as a deist. Very few back then, would go the logical distance, and say there are no super-beings. Saying that Alexander or a Roman Emperor wasn't a super-being could get you into trouble. Jesus fell into this same model, except he was the anti-Alexander, anti-Emperor ... until the Roman emperor adopted him (the Romans were into adoption) ... then Jesus became the ultimate power behind the throne "Christos Pantokrator" ... Christ World Ruler. Though the Buddhist emperor of India, Ashoka, did this long before ... as Chakra-Vartin ... aka Master of the Wheel (of Fate).