Author: Kari Miller
2015 Philos Leadership Institute participant Kari Miller is a May 2015 of John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Ark. She holds BA degrees in history and biblical studies/theology. Although biblical history is her favorite period to study, she also enjoys learning about modern history. Kari was raised in Colorado Springs, Colo. and loves most outdoor activities, including running, hiking and camping. She even spent one summer working as a whitewater raft guide on the Arkansas River. Kari spent the summer of 2014 doing archaeology and refugee relief work in Jordan and she hopes to continue to do these things in the future.
Reflections on a Day at the DigMonday, September 25, 2017
PLI 2015 alumna Kari Miller is a recipient of Philos Project scholarship, and participated in an archaeological excavation at Tel…
How Should Christians React to the Desecration of Historical Sites?Friday, September 25, 2015
Should Christians feel outrage over the Islamic State’s destruction of architectural gems while ISIS is also destroying human lives?