I’m curious what you’re referring to here!
Welcome to the forum, Cindy!
No, because faith is…
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. - Hebrews 11:1, ESV
Faith is the assurance that what we hope for (salvation and eternal life) is true. It is the conviction of the things NOT seen (God, heaven, hell, etc.). Science deals with things which ARE seen, or can otherwise be perceived with the senses.
I still need to have faith that God is who the Bible says He is, I still need to have faith that Jesus’ sacrifice was truly enough to save me, etc. Science doesn’t have anything to say about that, so it’s not removing the need for faith.
No. I think naturalism turns people away from God and having faith. Naturalism is the ideology that the natural world is all there is. I think it’s very important for people to know that God could’ve formed the world through the process of evolution, that way they don’t lose their faith (or so they can find it in the first place).
I think it’s debatable whether or not the question has “salvation value.” But someone very wise once told me there are three categories of “issues” in the Christian faith (and in all of life, really): Fuss, fight, or funeral. Where you classify each issue is the hard part, and it might be different for different people. Seems like you consider the issue of creation a “fuss” issue–why bother quibbling about it. For me, this is a “fight” issue (worth seriously looking into and worth discussing), but not a “funeral” (be-all end-all, worth going to the grave fighting for).
I’m not sure what you mean by causing people to stumble. Could you provide an example?