- Beinecke Scholar (1977)
Professor and Founding Director of the GRAMCORD Institute, Paul A. Miller is a 1978 Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Indiana University Bloomington in Classical Studies, Latin, Greek, and Religious Studies. He also earned a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from IU in 1982. The Institute is a non-profit corporation “founded for the purpose of conducting and assisting the computer-assisted analysis of Biblical languages.” Best known for the GRAMCORD Greek New Testament Grammatical Concordance System, Professor Miller and his colleagues have “sought to create linguistic and exegetical tools for research objectives not addressed by the for-profit commercial publishing sector. Originally founded in 1976 at Indiana University under the name Project GRAMCORD, the Institute was reorganized and incorporated as a research institute in 1985 under the auspices of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.