THE LANGUAGE OF GOD: A SCIENTIST PRESENTS EVIDENCE FOR BELIEF by Francis S. Collins
But that's not the only point Dr. Collins makes. He makes a logical basis for believing in God. Some of the points he discusses include the overall moral scales that humans across the globe have and our emotional responses to beauty. A symphony is actually only sound waves vibrating in the air to our ear, yet it can stir powerful emotions within us.
I highly recommend this book for people who don't think science and religion work together, those who think believing in God is illogical or a crutch, for those who want to know how to talk with others about their doubts, and for those who appreciate the beauty in the science of creation.
At the end of the book, Dr. Collins offers a synopsis of a few bioethics situation. It's not an in depth discussion--it's not meant to be, but it's good for sparking discussion or pondering for those who haven't though about it before. The book also includes further resources and a reading group discussion guide.