One thing I'm always amused of in the usual religious debates: How "science" is constantly anthropomorphized, and is said to give us different - even conflicting - orders as human beings.
Science shows us how reality truly is!
Science has nothing to say about reality as reality, it's just useful for predictive models!
Science says we should always be skeptical and accept nothing without qualification!
Science says X is true and we are duty-bound to accept it without question!
Science never allows unobservables in, for that would taint its holy power!
Science tells us multiverses very likely exist, because they would explain so much!
And of course there's also that move to make "science" mean "scientists", engaging in full-blown personification of a method. Which leads to gems like: "Scientists are totally skeptical and spend all their waking hours trying to disprove their most cherished and beloved theories." Which usually means I'm either in the presence of a bullshitter, or someone whose entire knowledge of scientists and the history of science comes from that idiotic Golgi Apparatus bit from Dawkin's book.