There are currently a lot of books on the market which deal with the question of God. Most of them are either polemical, apologetic, or philosophically dense. One that often gets overlooked is Carl Sagan’s book, The Variety of Scientific Experience. This book is a transcript of Sagan’s Gifford lectures in the 80s, edited by Sagan’s widow Ann Druyan. If you’re trying to figure out what science says about God, and are looking for a source that gives respect to the major viewpoints, I highly recommend it.
- ‘Family Guy’ Creator Brings Carl Sagan Archive to Library of Congress (mukeshbalani.wordpress.com)
- The Sagan Thing [Uncertain Principles] (scienceblogs.com)
- Happy Carl Sagan Day! (dead-logic.blogspot.com)
- Portraits of the Solar System: Talking with Carolyn Porco About Carl Sagan (blogs.loc.gov)
- Why We Should Keep Talking About Carl Sagan (scilogs.com)