Hullo and welcome aboard Mr Bentastic
Well I think that anyone can believe in something and still for the most part work with the tools of science, though it does seem to me that these tools are invariably suspended when it comes to whatever belief it is that is held.
I think they can work together.
That I would disagree on, I don't think they have anything to do with each other at all, one operates on observation and empirical evidence whereas the other is rooted in belief without that empirical evidence. Therefore any system which has an unknown force, operating upon its own whims unbound by any physical laws as we know them, can have no place in a system that has rules, that builds knowledge by repeated observation of the same result.
We have proven that Jesus was around...
Actually that's not quite so certain, alas that discussion is a historical matter and not for here, maybe the Darkside.
I believe that the Bible and Science can work together...
Again I would have to go with a flat out disagreement, a book of multiple authors, multiple scribes, hagiographies and midrash over many centuries is of no scientific use, some historic merit - though not as a literal document - yes, but nothing of any scientific value or relevance to science.
Given the OP of what it might take to convince a non-believer, is there any way that you could be convinced through science that there was no deity?
Hope is but the first step upon the road to disappointment.