Christians have not always been such enemies of science. Aside from the occasional embarrassment, science often thrived in explicitly Christian settings. This is the heritage that Christians must reclaim and reassert.
When I first started teaching physics, virtually nothing was said about the predecessors of Copernicus, Galileo and Newton. In reality, a impressive succession of European scholars opened the way for the Scientific Revolution.
These days Rennie Davis, one of the Chicago 7, tells listeners from his home base in Longmont that world is "not solid, objective or real, but a psychological construct" whose origin lies within each one of us.