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Rev. James Bradley Miller, PhD
Jim Miller received his undergraduate education at the University of Maryland where he earned a BA in American Studies. However, his first three years of undergraduate study were in the field of Mechanical Engineering. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA), he received his Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia and later earned a Ph.D. in Theology with a focus on science and theology from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His dissertation was entitled, "Beyond Dualism: Cosmological Issues for Christian Theology in a Post-Modern, Post-Critical Context."
Following his ordination Jim served for
five years on the staff of the Department of Engineering Mechanics at
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, and for two years on the staff
of the Presbyterian Synod of North Carolina. This was followed by six
years as the director of the Portage Lake United Ministry in Higher
Education serving Michigan Technological University. Following his Ph.D.
studies he served for 12 years as the director of United Campus Ministry
of Pittsburgh, an ecumenical Protestant ministry serving the University
of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and Chatham College. As an
adjunct faculty he taught courses at Carnegie Mellon including
"Science and Christianity," "Introduction to
Religion," and "Religions of
Jim is co-editor of the volume, The
Church and Contemporary Cosmology (Carnegie Mellon
University Press, 1989)
Jim was the founding secretary/treasurer (1994-1998) and later president (1998-2002) of the Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology and the Christian Faith. He is currently the Association's development officer.
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