Science generally (and quantum chromodynamics in particular) has nothing to offer in support of or opposition to faith-based positions. Belief in the god of the Bible or Koran is usually conditioned by faith, while scientific inquiry hinges on repeatable observations and testable hypotheses.
The scientific method depends on repeatable observations and theoretical models that are, at least in principle, subject to disproof. Religious beliefs are almost always framed in such a way as to be immune to such theoretical disproof. Science, by its nature, is unable to test untestable hypotheses or disprove assertions that do not rise or fall with evidence. Quantum mechanics, complex though it may be, is simply not equipped to confirm, refute or even to address the question of God's existence.