Science is Faith's eternal enemy!
Science is not Faith's eternal enemy. Faith is Science's eternal enemy.
Ignorance is Science's eternal enemy. Faith in and of itself is not Science's enemy, but it is not unusual for Faith and Ignorance to go hand in hand.
I think we're really talking about reason vs. faith, and I don't think they're necessarily enemies. But I make a distinction between faith and Faith. Uncapitalized faith is about the belief in an outcome that cannot be determined absolutely from evidence. Capitalized Faith is the belief in an outcome that is contrary to evidence. A few illustrations, with varying degrees of faith required...
(1) I can understand a great deal about how the earth rotates, and have strong evidence that the sun will rise in the east tomorrow. There is a miniscule chance that something could happen to the earth in the meantime (e.g., an asteroid hits it and changes its rotation axis) and the sun will rise somewhere other than the east. Yet I will plan my day with the assumption that the sun will rise from the east. My reason says that I'm almost, but not entirely certain of this. My faith lets me overlook the miniscule chance that it could be otherwise.
(2) When I prepare to cross a street at a crosswalk, and a car approaches and stops, my reason says that it is safe to cross because the car has stopped. However, my faith must fill in what's missing. Specifically, my faith in a fellow human who I assume will obey traffic laws and who has the same compassion for humanity as I do, and therefore would not run me over.
(3) When I hear a family member, spouse or friend say "I love you", there is little that my reason can do to support my acceptance of what they say. They are describing how they feel, and it is up to me if I can truly accept what they say is true. I can consider past actions if I have known the person for some time, but for the most part, I have to rely on faith, based on how I feel, not on how I think. Yet I must rely on some small amount of rational observation in order to accept the idea that someone loves me.
The point, I think, is that faith and reason are two sides of a coin known as The Human Condition. We cannot survive with just one. Each fills in what the other cannot supply. Uncapitalized faith uninformed by reason is foolishness. But reason uninspired by faith is paralyzing. With only faith (or worse, Faith) I would be blind to reality. With only reason, I would never cross the street.