This is the best book on science I think I've ever read. While not written (I believe) by a professing Christian, the author is not trying to get anyone to change their faith, just change the way they view the method of Creation. If you are interested in the current state of science, especially geology, and how God's two books--the Bible and Creation--can be read in harmony, this book could be a great place to start.
At first glance, this book attempts to use science to "teach" us about the world and its origins using observations of exposed layers of rock. But in effect, it attempts to interpret the past using what we see today with all of the same assumptions that many non-Christians use to debunk the Bible (uniformitarianism, slow fossil formation, recycled tales, etc.).
This book isn't really a scientific treatise. From the flyleaf..."The Rocks Don't Lie makes a powerful case for redefining the boundary between science and religion..."
I'll use the author's own words from page 13..."Whatever you may think about evolution, the creationist belief in a several-thousand-year-old Earth shaped by Noah's Flood is as scientifically illiterate as the idea that the Sun circles us. Both have been known to be wrong for centuries. And to embrace the creationist view of earth history is to deny Earth's autobiography inscribed on pages of stone."