Richard Miller is Associate Professor and Director of the M.A. in Theology program at Creighton University. His research interests include reconciling the Christian doctrine of providence with evil and human suffering, God as Mystery, the implications of the doctrine of the Trinity for ontology, the thought of Karl Rahner and Thomas Aquinas as resources for contemporary theology, and Catholicism and American public life.
Miller has written numerous books including: Suffering in Christian Life and Experience; Women Through the Ages: Women and the Shaping of Catholicism; Spirituality for the 21st Century: Experiencing God in the Catholic Tradition; and Lay Ministry in the Catholic Church: Visioning Church Ministry Through the Wisdom of the Past. Miller’s edited volume God, Creation, and Climate Change: A Catholic Response to the Environmental Crisis received second place in the Faith and Science category for the 2011 book awards of the Catholic Press Association.