Geneticist Francis Collins is getting lots of publicity, and lots of flack, for his new book The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief. There seems to be some disbelief that a scientist would try to push his faith like this. I don't see how this is much different from some of Richard Dawkins's and Daniel Dennett's books, though.
For some of the flack, see this post over at ScienceBlogs: Neurotopia (version 2.0) : Francis Collins is Confused.
Update: Salon just published a good interview with Collins -- Salon: The Believer. I think he and his book come across better in this interview than in previous media coverage.