I've listened to the arguments and concluded many things:
1. First the word "eternity" is used incorrectly. Maybe "everlasting" is a better word, but eternity is a state beyond everlasting. Therefore, if the cosmos is everlasting, then so be it. It doesn't diminish our belief in God, but makes it stronger and more wondrous. People like the Pseudo-Dionysius and St. Maximus the Confessor who quoted him would say things like "God is beyond infinity." If you think deep enough, infinity is quite limiting to God indeed! If "everlasting" or "infinity" can be scientifically conceived, then we are in fact limiting the unlimited One by using such words.
2. Atheist cosmologists are hypocrites. They cannot anyway scientifically verify that the cosmos is everlasting, and yet they go along with that, rather than belief in God, since "infinity" seemed to have been in their equations somehow. Matter of interpretation I suppose.
3. Atheist cosmologists are stubborn. Much like how we will not lose our faith if the cosmos turned out to be everlasting, they will not lose their faith if the cosmos turned out to have a tangible beginning.
Nevertheless, thank you for the article. Much appreciated!