In Einstein's God, Krista Tippett presents interviews on spirituality and science. This book will appeal to those tired of scientism and religious extremism.
Tippett has a very precise, nuanced use of language. The prose often has hints of poetry or song, where a theme is introduced by Tippett, developed by the interview subject, and possibly echoed or varied in another chapter. The refrain is harmony between science and religion.
I think this book is great for introducing the reader to thoughtful, conciliatory perspectives.