Dr. Andy Miller, III

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Andy Miller, III., DMin

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor of Historical Theology


Dr. Andy Miller III is the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Wesley Biblical Seminary. Prior to serving at WBS, Dr. Miller served as an officer in The Salvation Army for 15 years. His primary areas of research interest include Salvation Army history and theology, holiness, and homiletics. Dr. Miller also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Francis Asbury Society and is a Consultant to the Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology Center for Preaching Excellence. He hosts a podcast called More to the Story, which shares weekly content from an orthodox Wesleyan perspective.


  • Ph.D (candidate) Historical Theology, University of Manchester, England
  • D.Min., Southern Methodist University, Perkins School of Theology
  • M.Div., Asbury Theological Seminary
  • B.A., Asbury University
  • Officers' Commission, Evangeline Booth College


  • Stay the Course: Challenges to Salvationists from the Book of ActsThe Salvation Army, 2016
  • Holistic Hospitality: A Bridge to a Future ArmySalvation Army, 2015.
  • "Refreshing Salvation Army Ecclesiology: An Analysis in Light of the Protestant Reformation's 500th Anniversary"Word & Deed 8:1 (2018), 35-47.
  • “Can we ‘save souls’ while ‘serving suffering humanity’?” The Power of One Army Transforming the World London: The Salvation Army International Headquarters, 2014, 47-52.
  • “Suffering to and for Christ in William Booth’s Eschatological Ecclesiology.”Wesleyan Theological Journal 43:1 (2008), 104-129. Republished in Word & Deed 14:1 (2011), 19-37.
  • “Eschatological Ethics: The Army’s Hospitable Legacy.”Word & Deed 10:1 (2007), 39-60.

Research Interests

Church History, Salvation Army history and ecclesiology, 19th Century Holiness Movement, and homiletics.