I think you need to be clear about what you mean by "faith". If you are talking specifically about traditional religion, they probably are incompatible. But from a point of view embracing a contemporary spirituality, yes they are. As I mentioned in the last meeting, the tendency is to think it is all about "no belief at all" or belief in a "dualistic spirituality, embracing a personal concept of God." There's another point of view ... nondualism. Not the "everything is an illusion" concept of Shakara's Advaita philosophy. Perhaps more toward pantheism or panentheism. But even these are usually dualistic (spirit and matter). But if one sees God as the 'driving force' in evolution and as First Cause, but not separate and different from creation, then certainly they are compatible. By compatible I do not mean that science needs to embrace spirituality, but that's one's spirituality can and should embrace science.