More About the Author
Carmen C. DiCello has served as an associate and senior pastor in various churches, and he is currently both a public school teacher and an adjunct professor at Columbia Evangelical Seminary in Longview, Washington.
He is the author of Wonderings: Stories of Faith in Life (Wipf & Stock, 2013), Truth in Balance: Doing Apologetics in a Postmodern Culture (Wipf & Stock, 2009), Why?: Reflections on the Problem of Evil (Wipf & Stock, 2007), Dangerous Blessing: The Emergence of a Postmodern Faith (Wipf & Stock, 2005), and is a contributor to the New Dictionary of Apologetics (InterVarsity Press, 2006).
Carmen earned a B.S. from Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA., an M.Div (Apologetics) and a D.T.S. from Columbia Evangelical Seminary, Longview, WA.
Carmen is an avid reader, a consistent runner, and sports enthusiast (football and baseball are his favorites). He also loves movies, steaks, Double Bubble chewing gum, coffee, Devil Dogs (by Drakes), cake batter (don't ask), and Seinfeld. His musical tastes include such varied artists as Hootie & The Blowfish, The Beatles, The Eagles, Billy Joel, Michael W. Smith, Styx, Smashmouth, Creed, and a host of others.
As of 2013, Carmen is officially ranked # 125 in the world in Pi recitation, having recited Pi to 272 digits.