If you, too, sit enthralled at the universe and aren't afraid to use the lens of science, you might find these resources helpful.
More than meets the eye: fascinating glimpses of God's power and design by Richard Swenson M.D.
Richard Swenson writes with wit, wisdom, and a huge helping of experience from his career as a medical doctor with a physics background. It is accessible to the novice while supplying footnotes and references satisfying the skepticism of the most hardened nerd.
The everlasting man by G.K. Chesterton
Chesterton builds a beautiful look at the oddity that is the human creature on earth. C.S. Lewis called it the greatest apologetic that he had ever read.
A Wrinkle in Time Quintet by Madeline L'Engle
"Fiction," said Randy Alcorn, "isn't the opposite of truth. Sometimes, it is the most effective vehicle for it." This award-winning series of children's books comes from a perspective blessedly devoid of the secular-sacred-split.