it's just a nickname for a particle that proves the model of the universe in competition with pure creationism. Also, wouldn't proving His existence negate the whole concept of faith?
Actually it doesn't complete it. It would be tragic if it did. The Higgs does even touch on gravity which is kind of a big deal.
It also hasn't been discovered. A "Higgs like" particle has been discovered.
It's described as Higgs-like because it's not conclusive that it is in fact the Higgs, but that's still the only explanation for what it is.
You don't have to prove gravity. If you're talking about why things want to clump together, I think thare are gravitons involved, but hose haven't been found. Maybe the universe just wants to go back to its singularity 14 billion years ago.
We know the math for gravity. We don't know why it works. That's what I meant. The Higgs also doesn't explain Dark Energy, Dark Matter, and other mysteries of the universe that I can't presently think of.