Nancy Pearcey

Nancy Pearcey is a science journalist who authored, with chemist Charles Thaxton, The Soul of Science. She is a senior fellow with the Discovery Institute's Center for the Renewal for Science and Culture in Seattle, and a managing editor of the journal Origins and Design. She did graduate work at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto, earned her master's degree from Covenant Theological Seminary, and studied under Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland.


Volume 12

Guests on Volume 12: George Weigel, on posturing and prudence in pro-life politics; Don Eberly, on the inability of politics to cure cultural problems; David Wells, on recapturing a "weighty" understanding of God; Alan Jacobs, on the Christian conviction of poet Christina Rossetti; Ken Myers, on instances of naturalistic positivism in recent science journalism; Nancy Pearcey, on misunderstanding the history of science; Leon Kass, on the deeper meaning of eating; and John Hodges, on J. S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio.