As per my last posting, modern theology involves the transformation of sacred text "A" to "B" in order to match scientific fact "F". This transformation can be expressed as a function: f(A) = B.
Of course this means that A = f-1(B)
Now, theology is based on the study of A, which is assumed to be constant. Since B is the only "correct" interpretation of A, the only way A can stay as A is if the antifact f-1() is applied. Antifacts are a function of anti-science.
To put another way, sacred texts are only true in themselves if the anti-science function is applied to B. Therefore science and religion are incompatible.