Richard C. Miller Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Richard C. Miller


Richard C. Miller is a humanistic scholar of Christian origins in the ancient Hellenistic and Roman world. He undertook his graduate study at Princeton Theological Seminary, Yale University, and UCLA, completing his Ph.D. in Religion in 2013 at the Claremont Graduate University School of Religion in Los Angeles, California. The author is presently seeking opportunities of full-time professorship in North America and Europe. Please send all related inquiries to [email protected].

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    New Testament, Christian Origins, Early Christianity, Classical Literature, Literary Criticism, Linguistics, Cultural Criticism, Anthropology, Folklore / Myth Studies.

Personal Interests

    Dr. Miller enjoys learning about cosmology, neuroscience, natural history, and Eastern philosophy. In his spare time, he likes mountain biking, trail-running, hiking, playing chess, role-playing games, and watching various TV series, such as Downton Abbey, House of Cards, Sherlock, and Game of Thrones.



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Journal of Biblical Literature

"Mark's Empty Tomb and Other Translation Fables in Classical Antiquity"

Published: Dec 30, 2010 by Journal of Biblical Literature
Authors: Richard C. Miller

This article explores the mythic signals inherent to the Gospel of Mark's abrupt, seemingly enigmatic ending.