Myths and Truths in Science and Religion: A Historical Perspective by Dr. Ron Numbers is a decent lecture that goes over common myths about science and religion. One covered is the oft repeated "dark ages were due to an overbearing Catholic Church" claim. While the Church wasn't 100% science friendly (see Galileo, for instance), they also encouraged many areas of science. There are a number of reasons for the dark ages, but the expanse of Christianity isn't one of them (or so it seems)
Research the rise and fall of Alexandria, Hypatia and the library in Alexandria. That was the beginning and end of one of the greatest societies of our young history, with information and original texts lost, basically what would be the world wide web or wikipedia of information, all destroyed by the tools of the Christian religion due to its capability of being easily used for purposes of control and manipulation. See: Europeans impregnating their Christian beliefs and means of control unto the continent of North America.
Christianity. Keeping people numb and delusional since: “She’s a witch because she knows how to do that chemistry magic”