Many people tend to treat religion and science as separate belief systems when it comes to discussing how our world and universe came to be and other supposedly Biblical phenomena.

Scientific Challenges to Evolutionary Theory: How These Challenges Affect Religion by Jay Schabacker shares various pieces of research discussing the differences between Creationism and Evolutionism. Schabacker then shows how these different schools of thought may be more similar than most people think.

In this well-researched read, Schabacker shares studies about how people of scientific inquiry can still be faithful Christian devotees and discusses what it means to believe in miracles.


  • The real ‘untold’ story about the ‘religion of evolution’
  • Details of how 1,000+ scientists have brought forth evidence that has debunked the theory of evolution
  • Evidence of 500 accounts of the worldwide flood and additional corroboration of the Bible
  • Why kids should be exposed to the Biblical Creation
  • Actionable steps to take to support Creationism being taught to kids in public schools


  • Space Exploration Day (July 20) – think back on all the advances humankind has made in exploring and understanding space, as well as our place in it
  • National Back to School Month (August) – a good time to take the action steps outlined in the book to get Creationism taught in schools
  • Holiday gift giving – an informative book on God’s work in the world to offer family and friends during the Christmas season


Jay Schabacker’s varied careers – from aerospace to finance to church ministries and theology – led him to research and pen the uplifting coffee table book Purposeful Design: Understanding the Creation. Now, his latest project is Scientific Challenges to Evolutionary Theory: How These Challenges Affect Religion.

A Cornell University education led to aerospace projects, including work on the Apollo Moon Program at NASA. Later, a Master of Business Administration from George Washington University prompted him to research and write investment newsletters and start the firm Schabacker Investment Management. Jay, with the help of Marjory Ross, authored the investment and personal finance book, Jay Schabacker’s Winning in Mutual Funds, published in 1994.

For four decades, Jay has been an enthusiastic benefactor and contributor to numerous Christian organizations and activities, including:

  • Chairman of the Board of Trustees (Central Baptist Church)
  • Board of Directors (Middle Creek Bible Conference)
  • Board of Visitors (Southeast Baptist Theological Seminary)
  • Chairman of the Board (Romanian Christian Enterprises)
  • Chairman of the 1992 Back to Genesis Washington, DC Seminar sponsored by the Institute for Creation Research

Jay is proud of his four daughters, six grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. He and his wife, Nancy, now enjoy living in Lexington, South Carolina, and are members of the First Presbyterian Church (ARP) of Columbia, South Carolina.