David F. Miller Pavilion Dedication


We hope you’ll enjoy this page dedicated to commemorating Dr. Miller’s lasting impact on decades of students at Western Baptist/Corban University. The Pavilion couldn’t have a more appropriate name bestowed upon it. For your enjoyment, please click on the tabs below to further reflect on your connection with Dr. Miller and the University. Thank you for your appreciation and support.

Dr. David F. Miller Pavilion Dedication

Rules are meant to be…

Rocks – Joshua 4

The Educator

Sharp Dressed Man

Share a Memory about Dr. David F. Miller

The creative and sometimes jaw-dropping statements that Dr. Miller often made have become affectionately known as “zingers”. Through these zingers, his lessons, methods, and desire to study the bible made lasting impressions on those he taught. Perhaps you have a “zinger”, story or a tribute to share. If so, please complete the following fields.

Dr. Miller Zingers

He would often give questions playing the devil's advocate to test you to see if your fully believed and understood what it is your were saying.

Jim Ellick

Any of his many statements that challenged my hallowed view of the King James Version!

John (Coby) Davies

A Christmas Concert of 'Many Hands'.

Jerry Noel

As only as Dr. Miller could ask, "How many of you are as righteous as Jesus Christ?" No one fully raised their hand. Some maybe a little. Dr. Miller went on to say...In my position in Jesus Christ I am as righteous as Jesus Christ. I am clothed in the righteousness of Christ.

David Pace

Not an official "zinger," but I remember the day he told us it's fine to stay home from church if your family needs you there, if there's an important issue that needs to be taken care of right then, etc.

Betsy Ross Sellick

The question asked “Are you as righteous as Jesus Christ??! A resounding YES! We are the temple of the Lord- outer court= The Body, The Inner Court= The Soul, The Holy of Holies= The Spirit...

Deborah Chrisman

Christian Theology

by Dr. David F. Miller  

In 1991 Dr. David F. Miller made arrangements to have his Christian Theology class recorded. Mike Mellison (’92) worked with Dr. Miller to set up a VHS camcorder in the back of the classroom to capture what we have all come to enjoy as the most innovative class we have ever had on Christian Theology. There are 33 video lectures and a downloadable theology notebook. We have converted the theology notebook into a PDF file for anyone to download.


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