As an elderly Christian, I just wait to see how the scientific belief in question develops over time. We all know that last decade's scientific proof sometimes turns out to be abandoned by scientists in light of fresh discoveries.
I'm being charitable when I say that, for there is also the darker side of scientific claims, in research papers where some scientists have been shown to have used forged results in their research. This can be done to gain financial funding for more research, or for university league tables to reflect well on a particular institution, or for the individual writers to be acclaimed by their peers. This is becoming such a serious problem, many journals are now tightening up their review processes as a result, following growing evidence of manipulation of the process by assumed and fabricated identities.
I don't personally make that point - it is made by the scientist in the book below. There's nothing like a bit of time to wait and see whether scientific claims hold water, or not. But given that my religious beliefs are about religion, and not science, I really wonder how Christians can get hot and bothered by any notion of science conflicting with Christianity. These are two separate disciplines, with science having no tools with which to investigate spiritual matters.
Alister McGrath "Inventing The Universe - why we can't stop talking about science, faith and God" p 134 (Hodder & Stoughton 2015)