Another comment I gave that I wanted to repost:
Naturalism, for a theist, simply means that god acts through the laws of nature rather than (or in addition to) miracles, which are supposed instances of the properties of the universe being suspended in order to let impossible things happen. I see no reason why a god would need to reverse elements of it’s own creation. For instance a supernaturalist would look at a waterfall and say “look at this beautiful thing god created, he put all of these rocks and this dirt and this water just so!”. A naturalist christian would say “Actually, god created the universe with the property of gravity which allowed meteors to draw each other together to form a sphere of super-heated liquid rock, which after hundreds of millions of years of cooling formed a solid crust which formed cracks due to changes in the liquid and moving conditions inside the sphere. These moving conditions sometimes then pushed matter up or down, forming mountains which, when evaporated rain fell down onto them (again due to gravity) it followed the path of least resistance and moved down the mountains forming rivers, some of which came to similarly disjointed and uneven land, which produced a waterfall.
The first view has a god that makes every little detail of the universe individually (and brings up problems like “why did god make the waterfall there knowing that guy in the canoe would plummet to his death?). The second view is of a creator which does not just make a waterfall, but makes every kind of waterfall imaginable, and makes new waterfalls on billions of worlds of every imaginable configuration, and will keep making waterfalls until the end of time.
If you ask me the naturalist has a much more profound view of creation. And it is made even more profound by the fact that the atheist, who does not assume a creator, can still share in the awe of the creative powers of nature.