Francis Collins is not a serious, respectable, sane scientist. As I'm sure the majority of other scientists will tell you.
I mean America does have to be considered slightly differently than the rest of the first world countries. It's very unusual in how it's somehow maintained a high level of religious belief like it has and I can't really imagine any other country having a person with his beliefs leading a major scientific organisation. His views directly conflict with his understanding of science and he has come out with some absolutely ridiculous comments and quotes that completely discredit him to all reasonable people. I'm almost certain there is a large political aspect to him being in his current position.
I think we're well within 100 years of developing a super intelligent artificial intelligence. Let that thing chug away for a few millennia and I'm sure it would be able to fulfill every trait man has ascribed to the various gods. Or if a few thousand years seems to short, let's say a few million years super intelligent self guided evolution.
That entity would/will be a god relative to us. And if a multiverse with a large number of universes turns out to be an accurate description of reality then it's possible the entity might decide to create a universe and fill it with life. In which case, it would then fulfill the definition of a creator god.
Now, if we can make a god, why couldn't some other race in some other universe also make a god. And once a race made a god, the multiverse is likely to fill up with universes designed to support life, which in turn create gods that make more universes to support life. Cleary, the god made universes would become the dominant form of universe in the multiverse.
Therefore, it is more likely than not that we live in one of the universes created by a god. Unless we are the first life in any universe to ever get this far.