Yes. Over the Last 200 years, a set established theory of science has been presented, where the only established ideas are those recordable by the material. This seems like a common-sensical suggestion, but where does it come from? This need for physical evidence cannot support itself by way of physical evidence.
Thus, scientists have created a mindset that resembles a “religion”, in the sense that it relies on pre-supposed ideas that one needs to have in order to work.
Is this bad? Absolutely not. It simply implies that scientist’s attacks on religion are not completely valid.
However, it is still worth noting that while scientists that criticize religion have their own view, the fields of science and religion are two separate realms, with different implications and usages.