Author: Donald E Knuth
Genre: computers, religion, non-fiction
For those of you in the computer field, Donald Knuth is an easily- recognized name. Evidently he does all kinds of good things for and with computers.
He's also a Christian it turns out, and very interested in how science and Christianity combine to make a well-rounded life.
This book is a companion to 3:16, reviewed above.
It is a series of lectures about how he goes about writing 3:16, which he presented at MIT in 1999.
Some of the titles of his lectures are:
Randomization and Religion
Glimpses of God
God and Computer Science
This book is a fascinating look into the way a layperson in terms of religion might go about studying and looking for God. You don't have to have a religion degree to translate the Bible (although it will take you a long time). God will teach you.