I wrote a blog with this title which I won’t link unless asked, but the lead in the post is this:
Science is the Evangelical Trophy Wife
In many evangelical circles, science has become a trophy wife. Put her front and center, and show her beauty in, say, the form of Hubble nebulae photographs, with the requisite Psalm 19:1 caption, but do not ever let her speak, for she is likely to embarrass you. Her theological utility is only in the pleasant optics, not in the substance.
I am wondering what others think, if anything, about this charge? Fair, unfair, pointless?