Like you and many of the participants here, I love to read and talk about books. “History, theology, and/or science” encompasses a really broad range of books! In line with how others have responded so far, I’ll relate some personal favorites as a start, and you can let us know if you are looking for recommendations on some more specific topics.
Probably my absolute favorite author is Philip Yancey. He’s a marvelous writer with an expansive base of reading and experiences to draw upon, and the types of questions he asks and the approaches he takes to them are fascinating. Disappointment with God is the best and most profound book on suffering I have read, The Jesus I Never Knew is the best book on Jesus I’ve ever read, and What’s so Amazing About Grace is the best book on grace I have ever read. Yancey writes a lot about pain and suffering, and I find he portrays better than anyone else the life of faith for those to whom faith doesn’t always come easily and for whom pat answers won’t do. He also wrote several excellent books with Paul Brand—a world-renowned hand surgeon who did groundbreaking and life-changing work on understanding and treating leprosy. While I wouldn’t call them “science books”, they weave discussions of and insights into human anatomy, medicine, and theology in a masterful way.
Andy Crouch is the other name that immediately comes to mind. Though I’ve only read one of his books so far, I’ve read a bunch of his essays, and he is a perceptive thinker and gifted writer. Culture Making is a brilliant book—perhaps the best I’ve read in the last few years.
Both Yancey and Crouch are featured on BioLogos’ endorsements page.
Since you mentioned history and Mark Noll, I’ll also put in a plug for Dr. Thomas Kidd—more because he is an old college buddy of mine than because I’ve read a bunch of his books. But he did study with Mark Noll while doing his Ph.D. at Notre Dame (I think he did anyway; he mostly worked with George Marsden, another powerhouse in the world of American religious history), and I did enjoy his biography of Patrick Henry. Dr. Kidd has become a very prolific writer, focusing mainly on Colonial American religious history.