Odd arguments, and an odd position.
Perhaps you should read a little more widely on the Philosophy of Science before you suggest that 'Science' doesn't 'like' philosophy. Additionally, science is not a 'thing', that can like or dislike anything.
Accepting science on faith doesn't lessen the science.
Yes, it does.
You seem to stick to the idea that the corpus of knowledge gathered through the scientific method is the same thing as the scientific method itself. The difference has already been explained by another poster rather more eloquently than I could. Religious people accept religious truths on faith, whereas those of a more scientific frame of mind accept scientific hypotheses on the basis that they rest upon evidence. They may accept that the evidence exists by trusting those in the scientific community to not pull the wool over their eyes, but this is not the same thing as accepting the hypotheses itself on faith.