Case for a creator or the creator, by Lee Strobel. He was an atheist reporter whose wife converted to Christianity. He set out to disprove there is a God and had a number of compelling questions he asked to some of the worlds most respectable expert scientists relating to creation and life. It's a good read and very informative. His style of investigation is also pretty good. After a while, when the evidence is getting massive on the side for a creator, you may observe his stance changing a bit. You may have even more compelling questions, but I think he makes a very good educated and studied look into the matter at some of the deepest and most provocative levels. I usually get my books from Amazon.com , but you might find his works at any major book seller or Christian book store.<quoted text>
Please tell me who wrote that book. I'm familiar enough with the fundie arguments to know which yokel wrote what.
He also wrote case for faith and some others that I don't recall at the moment.