Religion can be bad. Science can be bad.
The point here is…. both things, at their extreme can be very bad. Morality motivates humans, either in the context of science, or the context of religion, to do good or bad.
What a dumb comparison. It was not science that motivated the Nazis to send V-2 rockets. It was a political ideology mixed with a personality cult directed at Hitler. In other words, the Nazis had more in common with religion than with science. Science is a process we used to discover what is true about the universe. How science is used is another matter. It is asinine to ascribe intention to science when it cant have any to begin with. Is like saying that calculus, trigonometry or fractions can be bad. It makes no sense.
With religion we can’t say the same thing. Religious beliefs informs peoples actions. When the 911 hijackers said “Allahu Akbhar” they said it for a reason.
Sam Harris said it best:
"People of faith often claim that the crimes of Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot were the inevitable product of unbelief. The problem with fascism and communism, however, is not that they are too critical of religion; the problem is that they are too much like religions. Such regimes are dogmatic to the core and generally give rise to personality cults that are indistinguishable from cults of religious hero worship. Auschwitz, the gulag and the killing fields were not examples of what happens when human beings reject religious dogma; they are examples of political, racial and nationalistic dogma run amok. There is no society in human history that ever suffered because its people became too reasonable."