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Samuel Miller (1769-1850)


Samuel Miller (1769-1850)

James Dodson


Samuel Miller was born in Dover, Delaware, on October 31, 1769. He attended the University of Pennsylvania, and was a graduate, in 1789. He was ordained by the presbytery of New York, in 1793. He served two different Presbyterian congregations in New York City from 1793 until 1813. In 1813, he was called to become the second professor at the new Presbyterian Seminary, at Princeton, New Jersey, a post he would occupy until his death. After teaching ecclesiastical history and church government for 36 years, he died shortly after being made professor emeritus, January 7, 1850. Miller was a prolific author, penning many books and articles on Presbyterianism and its history. His early involvement in controversies over church government had been one of things that brought him to the attention of his brethren and recommended him for the fledgling seminary.