I was impressed with Karl Giberson's book Saving Darwin. As a non-scientist, I appreciated the care with which he handled Darwin's own struggle with matters of science and faith, how he came to his theories, and what that means for us as Christians. (My review can be found here).
I came across today an interesting video-clip, in which Giberson, a physics professor at Eastern Nazerene College, helps us understand what it means for God to be creator. He speaks here in terms not of fabricating something, but in terms of sustaining that which exists. It offers a sense of God's ongoing participation in the act of creation, that I find appealing.
H/T to Fred Anderson