Why do so many people invoke a supernatural god to explain something science hasn't discovered?

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There are various unexplained occurrences left in our universe. One of them is how the big bang happened. Another is how the first living organism sparked into life. Charles Darwin discovered most of the answer to what happened between first life and where we are now.

So as we can see in the case of Darwin, a natural and perfectly rational explanation has been found for many things in science. So why would people who I like to call "gap theologians" invoke the supernatural to fill any yet to be explained gaps?

I'm glad scientists usually don't do that or we would never have discovered anything. For example someone asks in the 14th century, why are there oceanic tides? And his teacher simply tells him "oh don't worry, god made it that way. Case closed."
Isn't it more logical to search for a rational explanation before jumping to an irrational conclusion?
Why do so many people invoke a supernatural god to explain something science hasnt discovered?
Why do so many people invoke a supernatural god to explain something science hasn't discovered?
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