The two don't have anything to do with one another. It's only a few fundamentalist religious believers that put them on opposition, usually because science disproves a literalist reading of their religion.
Most of the world's theists aren't science deniers.
Haha I'm not religious whatsoever, I have these crazy theories, science makes more sense, a LOGICAL reason to why everything is there rather than "god made it", it's like if the bible "proves" there's god, then Batman Comics means Batman is a real person, if there was lie detectors and whatnot back then, face it, Christianity wouldn't exist, it's all bull. Call me out if you want but I don't care.
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science because what it does is prove that things exist and explains how they work and religion only makes you believe in something that may not even be what the priests tell you to believe in and religion also just makes you give them money for who knows what
Definitely science because it is verifiable. Religion only has assertions that can't be proven. When something is redefined by science, religion will say "We agree, but God used that method to reach His plan." I believe science is the best way to define what reality is because it has support by evidence and is always improving.