1. In Search of the Beginning (2010, Pleasant Word: Enumclaw, WA, 389pp) by Dean Davis.
This is book is subtitled "A seeker's journey to the origin of the universe, life, and man." The author has a background in philosophy and theology; he is the director of Come Let Us Reason, a Bible teaching ministry focusing on apologetics and the biblical worldview. This book is an excellent introduction to the issue of origins within the context of worldviews. In particular, it discusses various approaches within naturalism, pantheism, and Christianity.
Weet. A new bi-monthly Dutch magazine started in 2010. [Weet is Dutch for Know]. An interesting magazine with many fascinating, well-illustrated articles in many areas of science and technology, presented from a Biblical perspective. The chief editor is Jan Rein de Wit. The articles are all written in Dutch, which , alas, might be a hindrance for many readers.
3. Creation, Fall, Restoration (2009, Mentor: Glasgow, 312 pp) by Andrew S. Kulikovsky.
This book develops a biblical theology of creation, based on a detailed examination of Genesis 1-3. It stresses the cosmic scope of the fall and its redemption. This book gives good arguments for maintaining the traditional, historical reading of Genesis.
4. Should Christians Embrace Evolution? (2009, Intervarsity: Nottingham, 220pp) edited by Norman C. Nevin. This book consists of about a dozen chapters written by different authors. It shows that theistic evolution is both bad theology and bad science. It particularly interacts with Dr. Denis Alexander's book “Creation or Evolution – do we have to choose?”.
5. Creation-Evolution Headlines. An excellent internet site giving you the latest scientific news, along with critique from a Biblical perspective.