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The Three Books and the Creation of Western Civilization
Darrow L. Miller
For nearly forty years, Darrow Miller has been a popular speaker on Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women. He has traveled and lectured in over a hundred countries, and his books and publications have been translated into over a dozen languages.
Darrow’s heart beats at the unlikely intersection of worldview and development. He has written hundreds of blogs at Darrow Miller and Friends, numerous articles, Bible studies, and authored or co-authored seventeen books around these themes. These include Discipling Nations: The Power of Truth to Transform Cultures (YWAM Publishing, 1998), which relates worldview to poverty and development, Nurturing the Nations: Reclaiming the Dignity of Women in Building Healthy Cultures (InterVarsity Press, 2008), which examines the relationship between worldview and the dignity of women, LifeWork: A Biblical Theology for What You Do Every Day (YWAM Publishing, 2009), which explores biblical worldview and vocation, Emancipating the World (YWAM Publishing, 2012), which challenges us to rethink and restore the church’s mission – The Great Commission, Rethinking Social Justice (YWAM Publishing 2015), which focuses on restoring Biblical Compassion, and Don’t Let Schooling Stand in the Way of Education (Credo Publishing, 2021) which lays out the need for a Biblical Theology for Education to respond to the crises in public education and A Call For Balladeers (2022) which encourages Christian artists to really understand the significance of their gift and their calling through a biblical lens.
Darrow has a master’s degree in higher and adult education and has pursued graduate studies in philosophy, theology, Christian apologetics, biblical studies, and missions. He and his wife, Marilyn, studied at the Institute for Holy Land Studies in Jerusalem and studied and worked with Francis and Edith Schaeffer at L’Abri Fellowship in Switzerland from 1969 to 1971. Darrow was a student pastor at Northern Arizona University and later pastored an urban church in Denver, Colorado.
For twenty-seven years Darrow served as a vice president of Food for the Hungry International (FHI) in the area of recruiting, staff development, and the creation of a curriculum in worldview and development. While at FHI, Darrow, Dr. Bob Moffitt and Scott Allen founded the Disciple Nations Alliance (DNA). The DNA is a nonprofit organization seeking to spread a school of thought—a virus, if you will—through training, publishing, and mentoring. The global DNA network comprises like-minded organizations and people in over sixty countries who are “equipping the church to transform the world.”
Darrow and his wife live in Blue Ridge, Arizona. They have four children and fourteen grandchildren.
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