Recently, I took a Biology class that covered Evolution more in depth. It was intriguing, to say the least. I felt like I couldn't learn enough about it.
I asked my Professor (a marvelous woman, by the way, whom I eagerly anticipate taking more classes from), and she graciously gave me a list of book to read. She called them First Level, meaning these are basic. Once I am finished with those, she will give me Second Level to read as well.
Here are the book she suggested:
Blind Watchmaker by Richard Dawkins
River Out of Eden by Richard Dawkins
Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins
Beak of the Finch by Jonathan Weiner
Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin
The Diversity of Life by O.E. Wilson
The only one I've heard of is Beak of the Finch (which, I owed a copy, decided I wasn't going to read it and sold it to a bookshop. Sigh).
I'm excited to hunt up these works and delve into them.
I still believe God created the World and everything it. But there is evidence that I am curious about, that I wish to reconcile with what I know. Perhaps that is why I find evolution so intriguing. Not because I think it's true and Creationism is false - but because I think Creationism IS true but I see evidence for Evolution. I want to know how the puzzle pieces fit.