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James Nickel, B.A. (Mathematics), B.Th., B.Miss., M.A. (Education), Senior Fellow in Mathematics and Education at the Center for Cultural Leadership, taught high school mathematics in the late 1970s in Hawaii, in the 1980s in Australia, and from 2005 to 2012 in Washington State and online. He also has nearly 30 years of experience in Information Technology holding positions from programmer to Senior Technical Analyst. In the 1970s, as a Mathematical Analyst, he worked for the United States Navy where he designed test software for the F14-A Tomcat and the Tomahawk Cruise Missile at Pt. Mugu Naval Air Station in California.
In addition to his authorship of Mathematics: Is God Silent? (Ross House Books,  2001), he is currently writing three other books: (1) The Dance of Number: Explorations in the mastery of computation and the pattern of numbers (ETA: June 2014), (2) Mathematics: Building on Foundations (Mathematical explorations from Counting to Calculus) and (3) Tapestries of the Incarnation, a theological/historical analysis of the infancy narratives of the Gospels.
For more information of his work and writings, refer to his web site: http://www.biblicalchristianworldview.net