Jeremy mentioned in the comments that he had attempted reading The Divine Conspiracy, and thought that maybe he should give it another try.
This is a book that I am finding is easiest to process while reading out loud and with a pencil to mark things I find important (I’m glad I bought it). This is very hard for me, even in school textbooks. I just detest marking books up. Hearing it, seeing it and making notes is improving my processing, unfortunately it is taking a long time to do this (reading allowed requires quiet children). I’m only on page 10. This book is written by a man who means and uses every word he puts to print. It’s evident to me why I am a science and math person and not a philosophy person.
Here is a little interesting info on the author. I thought this was a good article about who this man is and where he comes from as a Christian and a USC Philosophy professor.