I doubt it. Science and religion exist on two different planes. The ultimately "religious" or spiritual are faithful without proof. As I have interpretted it in a number of contexts (one which might surprise!), the search for or yearning for proof is a lack of faith and puts distance between you and God.
As I am incurably analytical, I question almost everything. Even if science were to find "proof" that Jesus never did rise again and somehow, fossilized or other biological evidence proves something about Jesus the human that contradicts scripture, the desperate would deny deny deny, and the faithful would ignore this science-based want and search for proof.
All of the above can, of course, apply to non-Christian contexts. Ultimately, we cannot literally *see* God or Heaven until we have shuffled off this mortal coil, at which point we are no longer of flesh or it's scientific interests, and either we are rendered nature's recyclables to see or not see life again, or we are of Heaven (for me, Hell contradicts spiritual teaching AND natural "law"), and the fleshly world is as inaccessible to us then as blissful (?) eternity is to us now.
The scientific method can never prove nor disprove that which is not of the "real" is it defines it and thus not of science. It can ponder existence in the past, present and hypothetical future, but it will never prove nor disprove that which isn't "testable" or replicable.