Michael A. Milton

Distinguished Professor of Missions and Evangelism (Religion, society and culture; Religious studies not elsewhere classified; Religion curriculum and pedagogy; Philosophy of religion)

Tryon, North Carolina

Michael Anthony Milton is a Presbyterian minister (Presbyterian Church in America), educator, higher education administrator, Army Chaplain (Colonel) retired, author, composer, and artist. Milton holds degrees from the University of Wales (Ph.D.), the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (MPA), Erskine Theological Seminary (DMin), Knox Theological Seminary (MDiv), and the Defense Language Institute. He holds a postdoctoral certification in higher education teaching and learning from Harvard University (Bok Center for Teaching and Learning). A Command and General Staff College graduate and formerly an Army educator and Command Chaplain of US Military Intelligence Readiness Command, Milton retired after thirty-two years of service in the Navy, Army, and Army Reserve. More information about him can be found at His curriculum vitae is available at Mike Milton resides with his wife, Mae, in Western North Carolina.


  • The Antelope and the Hyena: An Urgent Warning Against the New Socialism
  • Loving GOD, Loving Others: The Evil of Hatred by Accidental Differences in Humankind
  • Public Theology in the Secular Age: Editor’s Introduction
  • What Did God Promise Abraham
  • The Canon of Holy Scripture: Four Vital Vectors in Plotting a Better Understanding of this Essential Doctrine
  • Public Theology in the Secular Age: Editor’s Introduction
  • A Theology of Partnerships
  • Milton's Taxonomy of References: A Primer on Citation Analysis

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