Nebraska Authors

Calvin Miller

Places Lived

Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Popular Christianity

Occupation

Pastor of Westside Church, Omaha, NE (1967-92)
Professor, Southwest Baptist Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas (1992 - )

Honors

John H. Ames Reading Series, Featured Reader, 21 January 1988

Bibliography

Once Upon a Tree: Devotional Essays on the Cross. 1967.
The Singer. 1975.
The Song. 1977.
The Finale. 1979.
Guardians of the Singreale. 1982.
The Philippian Fragment. 1982.
The Valiant Papers. 1982.
Starriders of Ren: vol. II in The Singreale Chronicles. 1983.
The Taste of Joy. 1983.
A Hunger for Meaning. 1984.
If This Be Love. 1984.
The Table of Inwardness. 1984.
War of the Moonrhymes: vol. III in The Singreale Chronicles. 1984.
When the Aardvark Parked on the Ark: and other poems. 1984.
The Legend of Brotherstone: The Wisemen's Search. 1985.
Fred 'N' Erma. 1986.
Becoming: Your Self in the Making. 1987.
Buckets of Nothing: The Story of Creation in Rhyme. 1987.
Gopherwood Zoo: The Story of Noah in Rhyme. 1987.
Four Foot Thirteen: The Story of Zacchaeus in Rhyme. 1987.
The Unsinkable Rock: The Story of Simon Peter in Rhyme. 1987.
A Requiem for Love. 1989.
Reality and the Vision. 1990. (Contributor)
Stories for the Christian Year. 1992. (Contributor)
Jesus Loves Me: Celebrating the Profound Truths of a Simple Hymn. 2002.

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