Both...er...neither. This really lacks proper nuance. What I am going to post isn’t going to dig in nearly enough, but I don’t care to. I personally ak religious and I also value science. 65-70% of nobel prize winners of chemistry and also of physics in the last century were declared christian...there’s a high % that are unknown as well...one would have to find their gravestone or do investigative journalism. I’ve seen others proven christian when I was in an atheist vs christian thread about science. There’s also a lot of jewish prize winners although many are probably just jewish by dna and culture idk...then other deist or agnostic people so who knows how many are anti-theist.
Holding unfounded creationist beliefs wont’ prevent your from inventing an MRI machine. Islam on the other hand is ruining all of Europe and western civilization. Yeah, that’s my harsh opinion/perception, but I’ll debate that at another time.
Also, Science is a method and therefore itself is just a concept. I think you are arguing if technology is bad specifically. Well yeah I oppose nukes and such. One could argue certain futurist technologies like AI and biogenetics will kill humanity or maybe even all dna based life. Many scientists are aware and actively trying to prevent this.
Also, some scientists (the mad kind) may argue that dna based life and humanity is obsolete and its worth pushing boundaries to trigger the next event in evolution. From their nihilist position they would not see this as evil or at least admit to it.
We have different views from the mad scientists. Darwinists and Eugenicists are often in conflict with each other. Do we prevent dysgenic diseases and possibly bring up racial differences in dna to create stronger subspecies and prevent breeding between races(eugenicist). Do we fight all people who are in the way of technology surpassing us and work to integrate with technology while removing individual rights (darwinists). There is alot more nuance here to these positions to, but I already have a wall of text.
edit: tiny phone, will fix words later