One of the most well known events in the science vs. faith fiasco was a match up between Ken Ham and Bill Nye. The debate between was on the question "Is Creation A Viable Model of Origins?"
Tis inconceivable that inanimate brute matter should (without the mediation of something else which is not material) operate upon & affect other matter without mutual contact. - Sir Isaac Newton
Truth and Error
Here's an example of how the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) combines truth and error: real observations are blended with speculation about unknown causes.
The Second Heaven
Most of the space between the firmament and Earth is the cosmos or observable universe. There's something very odd about the cosmos: there's a disconnect between what we can see vs. what we believe about it.
When we ask the question: what's at the second focus in Kepler's laws there's another stock response which comes up with surprising frequency. It appears that everyone has been trained to give this answer.
Has-been scientists with spandex. These are washed up university lecturers who like to impress young girls and boys with how cool they are, while promoting an untestable hypothesis like it’s real science.
Theory is the Scientific Word for Faith
Theory is the scientific word for faith. That's going to freak a lot of people out but it's a conclusion which has been deduced. That means it's a logically certain conclusion.
Gravitation Inside a Uniform Hollow Sphere
We may have found another example of scientific sleight-of-hand. The problem is that none of the scientists who understand it think it's a lie, it's a perfectly sound rationalization of an imaginary situation.
Measurements are what they are. The gravity of the Earth is very slightly weaker at the equator than it is at the poles. This happens to be because the Earth isn't perfectly spherical and bulges at the equator.
We observe the gravity of the sun causing light from stars to bend. It's called gravitational lensing. This shows that light has properties of both waves and particles, but everything is energy when it comes right down to it.