Dave Miller

Dave Miller
  • Ph.D. Rhetoric and Public Address, Southern Illinois University
  • M.Div., Harding School of Theology
  • M.A.R. Homiletics, Harding School of Theology
  • M.A. Speech Communication, Texas Tech University
  • B.A. Speech and Bible, Lubbock Christian University

Dr. Miller is a graduate of Lubbock Christian University, where he earned a B.A. degree in speech and Bible. He earned his M.A. degree in speech communication from Texas Tech University, and his M.Div. and M.A.R. from the Harding School of Theology. He also is a graduate of Southern Illinois University, where he earned his Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Public Address. For over 40 years, he has served in various capacities for churches of Christ, including pulpit preacher, director of a school of preaching, and host of a nationally televised program that airs on GBN ( Dr. Miller is also an instructor in the Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver. He has authored numerous articles and books, including The Quran UnveiledSexual AnarchyPiloting the Strait, The Silencing of God, Christ and the Continental CongressWhy People Suffer, God & Government, Baptism & the Greek Made Simple, Is Christianity Logical?, Behemoth & Leviathan, A Summary of the Bible, Female Leadership in the Church, The Bible Is From God, Fake Founding Father Quotes, Hidden Meanings Buried in the Bible, The End Times, Modern-Day Miracles?, and a series of books that teach children how to read. He conducts 40+ speaking engagements a year, including weekend seminars, lectureships, and Gospel meetings. In addition to speaking on a wide range of biblical subjects, Dr. Miller specializes in presenting seminars on the following themes:

“The Silencing of God: The Dismantling of America’s Christian Heritage”

“A Trip Through the Bible”

“America’s Most Pressing Concern” (sequel to “The Silencing of God”)

“Can We Know That God Exists?”

“God & Government”

“Has the Bible Been Corrupted?”

“Islam, the Quran, and New Testament Christianity”

“Must the Church Change?”

“The End Times”

“Why People Suffer”