Nancy Pearcey: A Q&A

The author of Total Truth and Saving Leonardo shares her thoughts on the New Yorker’s controversial and disparaging profile of Michele Bachmann, a profile that (some say) tried to marginalize Pearcey and her one-time teacher/mentor Francis Schaeffer. This interview was conducted Aug. 16, in the week...

The New Yorker Takes Aim on Michele Bachmann, Nancy Pearcey, and Francis Schaeffer—and Misses

If Newsweek thought they had set the bar impossibly high for outré mockery of presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, they can think again. The once-redoubtable New Yorker, formerly a paragon of impartiality and objectivity, trumped Newsweek with its own patently partisan takedown of the suddenly prominent...

Nancy Pearcey: A Profile

Gifted, resourceful, and unwaveringly focused, Nancy Pearcey embodies the spirit of a generation of Christian thinkers that has more than held its own in a secularist and even “agnostic” age. Called “the modern-day successor to Francis Schaeffer,” she has quietly risen in stature through three...