Nicholas Miller – Professor of Church History; Director, International Religious Liberty Institute, Andrews University

Nicholas Miller is Professor of Church History at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, where he also directs the International Religious Liberty Institute. He holds degrees in law (Columbia University), church history (University of Notre Dame), and theology (Pacific Union College), including a PhD in the history of religious freedom in America. He has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court in the church/state case of Mitchell v. Helms, written many federal appellate briefs on church/state matters, and authored numerous scholarly and professional articles on matters of the law and history of church/state matters, and written a book dealing with religious influences on the American Constitution entitled The Religious Roots of the First Amendment (OUP 2012).