Christian scientists do reject a lot of scientific (medical) interventions which has resulted in avoidable tragedies.
There is at least one poster on this site who appears to have a visceral hatred of religion and those who hold religious beliefs. In spite of his protestations to the contrary much of what he says suggests that he responds to science as a belief system rather than a process.
Most people of faith that I know have no problem with embracing science. Fundamentalist atheists have a very rigid view of religion and refuse to credit believers with the ability to negotiate their way through to a personal position which enables them to accommodate more than one idea.
Sorry about the portmanteau posting, I've just caught up with the thread.