I recently saw a book called Decoding the Language of God: Can a Scientist Really Be a Believer?
It's a response to Francis Collins' book The Language of God. It looks interesting and I may just read it. If you don't know: Francis Collins is a geneticist who is currently the head of the Human Genome Project, and he also dabbles in Christian apologetics to some extent. He argues faith and reason, as well as faith and science, are completely compatible.
Incidentally, the blog Daylight Atheism has been turning out some posts that review and criticize Collins: