Science and religion have supposedly been at odds with one another since the invention of science.
I can see the difference, but I don't think it's such a hard line.
Science is all about explaining stuff. How it works. Predicting the future.
I like to think of religion and spirituality as that which we know is there, but cannot explain. Some of those things eventually get explanations, and some don't.
Think about all the crazy stuff that people used to believe in the past. The world is flat. Germs weren't discovered until the 1850's - people thought you got sick from demons. Chances are pretty good that something that all of us believe right now, is dead wrong. It's something that we all know for certain. And we couldn't be further from the truth.
How many myths from our past have now been explained through science?
So, it's a moving boundary.