There are maybe three or four major views on the relationship between science and religion. I'm in an artistic mood, so I decided to illustrate these views. It's also an exercise in understanding one's opponents, though it is inevitable that I misrepresent them in some way.
1. Science and religion are non-overlapping magisteria.
NOMA is simple enough, and the easiest to represent. I don't have a scanner, can you tell?
2. Science and religion should interact for mutual benefit
People with this view ask why there must be so much conflict between
science and religion. Clearly, we can only answer our most profound
questions if they team up.
3. Science and religion are in conflict, and religion is in the right.
This representation is the one I'm least sure about, since who knows what creationists really think? I guess they think that science is only honest if it confirms religious precepts. I'm not sure how to draw that.
4. Science and religion are in conflict, and science is in the right.