Mrs. Pearcey studied violin in Heidelberg, Germany and then went on to study Christian worldview under Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. After further studies, in 1991, she became the founding editor of "BreakPoint," a syndicated radio program offering a Christian perspective on current events. She guided the program to success, with an estimated weekly audience of five million. She also wrote a monthly column in Christianity Today for five years. Her best known work is the best-selling, "How Now Shall We Live, "co-authored with Chuck Colson. Pearcey speaks around the world on the intersection of science and the Christian worldview, with a special emphasis on the cultural and philosophical implications of the creation/evolution debate. She currently serves as the Francis A. Schaeffer Scholar at the World Journalism Institute, a visiting scholar at Biola University's Torrey Honors Institute, a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute, and managing editor of the journal, "Origins and Design." She has studied at Iowa State University, Covenant Theological Seminary, and has done graduate studies at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto.