Can a scientific spirituality work?
Apparently, the answer to this question should be no since science, unlike religion, cannot offer certain and definitive answers, least of all about God.
It would serve little purpose to be able to say that God exists because the model of a mind that imagines the universe explains all our observations of nature, if it were then to be falsified at some point.
Despite this, scientific spirituality still makes perfect sense, and it is the history of science itself that explains why.
For scientific theories corroborated by so much evidence, falsification has never entailed disappearance so much as being demoted to a special case of more general theories.
Since the model of an imagining mind is also corroborated by so much evidence, we can expect that if it were to be falsified one day, it would not disappear.
Simply such a model will give way to an even more general and comprehensive theory about God.