In a single article we can answer the one question everyone has... Which has the most truthworthy and honest view, and which side is not going to lie and distort in an effort to be viewed as having all the answers? Answer: Science.
In this article we can see how the peer review process can be sidetracked, but eventually it self-corrects and gets back on track.: Academic Journal Retracts Articles with Bogus Scholarly Reviews
Can the same be said for any Religion? How long did it take for the Vatican to pardon Galileo?
Love the truly religious who say, "Well... You guys just don't know. Since you don't know, that makes our view just as valid, and nyuh, nyuh, nyuh...".
No it doesn't...
Our strength comes from our acknowledgement of what we don't know. Science gives you a better view of the Universe RIGHT NOW then what it gave you a year ago. A year from now, that version of science will give you an even better view than right now. It's constantly evolving, changing, and self-correcting.
Talk to people of faith. Talk to people of exceedingly strong faith, the kind they proclaim can not be shaken, and will not be swayed by facts of any kind. Just seems wrong to have such positive convictions and unswerving, absolute conviction on something you absolutely can not know. When these folks attempt to cast doubts onto the scientific method, it's just really amusing. Because, most scientists will tell these folks, they like to be wrong. They like something new to come along and throw their whole model into the muck. That's how they keep learning and improving.
So, how do the religiously inclined keep learning and improving if their faith is rock solid, unshakable, and has no doubt to its veracity?