Douglas Miller, Ph.D.

Phone: 620-947-3121, ext 1077
Department: Bible, Religion & Philosophy

Doug considers it a privilege to help students understand the Bible better, connect it with their lives, and find hope and purpose through discovering God’s call on their lives to serve people around them.

Dr. Miller is married to Tabor music professor Dr. Holly Swartzendruber, and has three adult children: Adam, Aaron, and Daniel.


  • The Bible, Community, and Culture
  • Poets & Sages
  • Prophets & Kings
  • Gospel of John
  • The Pentateuch
  • Lovers, Rebels, and Heroes
  • Life & Writings of C. S. Lewis
  • Christian Faith in Contemporary Culture
  • Elementary Hebrew I & II
  • Jerusalem seminar in the Holy Land


  • Old Testament Editor for the Believers Church Bible Commentary series (Herald Press)
  • For ten years was general editor of Direction journal, the academic journal of North American Mennonite Brethren
  • Articles in magazines, professional journals, and essay collections
  • Books: An Akkadian Handbook (with R. Mark Shipp, Eisenbrauns); Symbol and Rhetoric in Ecclesiastes (SBL, Brill); Ecclesiastes (Believers Church Bible Commentary, Herald)


  • Ph.D. Princeton Theological Seminary
  • M.Div. Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary
  • B.A. Oral Roberts University