» Dr. Richard C. Miller
Adjunct Faculty

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Religious Studies
Dr. Richard C. Miller
California State University, Fullerton, Bachelor of Science
Princeton Theological Seminary, Master of Theological Studies
The Claremont Graduate University, Ph.D.

Richard Miller received his Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University, School of Religion, in December 2012, with an emphasis on New Testament and early Christian literature.  His dissertation, entitled “Translation Fables in Hellenistic and Roman Antiquity and the Resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament Gospels,” is currently under revision for publication.  Dr. Miller’s recent articles include “Mark’s Empty Tomb and Other Translation Fables in Classical Antiquity,” published in the Journal of Biblical Literature (2010) and “Matthew’s Divine Birth Myth,” forthcoming in A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew in Light of Greco-Roman Literature, edited by Dennis R. MacDonald.  His areas of expertise include early Christianity, early Judaism, and ancient Mediterranean literature, politics, philosophy, culture and religion.