Science vs Religion
Humanism vs Christianity
Just between these two.
I don't really care if someone is religious, it's when they turn down science or hold scientific progress back due to their faith in something that they can't prove is real, is when I step up.
Well I see it as all forms of science versus all forms of religion when it comes to the way things work. Though I don't like the "vs" part too much... Science has facts. Religion does not. Simple victory. It's not "science vs religion" per say, but rather, "religion trying to debunk science". Which is ironic to say the least.
Science and Religion have rarely (if not ever) been in conflict. When you say "science vs religion" you are not only incorporating Christianity or the Abrahamic faiths into the argument, but also countless theologies far and wide. Boiling the debate into "science vs religion" is not only oversimplified, but blatantly inaccurate.
Creationists are accused of ignoring scientific evidence and being anti-science, but belief in God in no way lessons wanting to know how life works. The only “science” that creationists do not use is the speculative science of evolution that has nothing to do with useful operational science. Evolutionary ideas like "apes-to-man charts” that supposedly chart human evolution are based on pure speculation and not useful to science and technology in any way. Sir Arthur Keith summarizes the evolution doctrine as: “Evolution is unproven and unprovable. We believe it, however, because the only alternative is an act of creation by a God, and that is unthinkable.”