Robert J. Riggins
Do You Believe In Evolution? (2002) (Off Site)
Riggins argues that it is better to say that we know that evolution has occurred than to say that we believe in evolution.
Genesis (formerly listed as "Enigmas") (Off Site)
Discussion of practical implications of evolutionary biology.
The Watch In The Desert (2002) (Off Site)
Riggins confronts Paley's analogy with the observations that "watches have evolved; they aren't created miraculously, ex nihilo; and their inability to self-assemble has nothing to do with the obvious ability of chemical compounds and living things to assemble themselves out of available materials."