RON MILLER'S WORLD

Ron Miller's World This is the official website of Dr. Ronald H. Miller: Professor of Religion at Lake Forest College; Co-Founder of Common Ground; Board member at Hands of Peace; author and frequent lecturer on various theological topics including interreligious dialogue, early Christianity and spirituality. Ron left this earth on the morning of 5/4/2011, but his impact on the world certainly didn't. This website exists to keep the conversation going.

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The Forgiveness Handbook

The Forgiveness Handbook - Ron Miller

An excerpt from Ron’s book on The Gospel of Matthew has been included in a new book titled “The Forgiveness Handbook – Spiritual Wisdom and Practice for the Journey to Freedom, Healing and Peace.” This new book is an anthology of inspiration and spiritual practices drawn from previously published SkyLight Paths and Jewish Lights books. […]

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A Sinner’s Semester: A Fundamental Education

Ron Miller Sinner's Semester Talk

What happens when a mildly committed Quaker from Brown University spends a semester at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia—a university created by Jerry Falwell as a center for teaching fundamentalist Christianity? Dr. Ron Miller speaks at the Theosophical Society in America on October 28, 2010. Click to view at Theosophical.org: ABOUT THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY: The […]

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Two Years Later

The Interfaith Tree

Think how much your life has changed in the past two years. What were you doing then and what was important to you? Two years ago seems both like yesterday and forever ago. Two years ago today, on 4 May, Ron moved on to another form of existence, yet so much of him remains with […]

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Common Ground Special Event: Ron Miller’s World

Common Ground

From Common Ground’s Winter 2013 Bulletin: “The list of people touched personally by CG’s late Co-Founder, Ron Miller, is huge. The list of those influenced by his intellectual vision is larger still. This discussion brings together some of his closest friends and colleagues. We’ll remember our own experiences with Ron and reflect on the ideas […]