Has anyone read much of Francis Collins' work? I have thought about grabbing some books by him, but don't want to waste my time if he is going to just rehash the same old stuff as everyone else.
It's pretty standard theistic evolutionist fare. God definitely intervened at the point of creating the cosmos from nothing, and at the appearance of humans; otherwise, natural evolutionary processes can explain general trends in evolution. He also believes in the New Testament miracles, but interprets Genesis non-literally. His "Language of God" ends with an altar call (well, sort of).