The topic of science and religion has been a very active area of scholarship in the past thirty years. Among the noteworthy authors whose books approach this subject are Ian G. Barbour, Francis S. Collins, John Lennox, John Haught, and John Polkinghorne
For a general introduction, the book Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives by John Brooke is a good account of the various historical relationships between science and religion.
There are many sites online that provide useful resources for teachers, students, and the general public on the topic of science and religion. Here are some that we have found especially noteworthy: