The story of the Wise Men in Matthew’s Gospel has always been an enigma. The only three important terms in that tale—“wise men,” “star,” and “east”—are all lost in obscurity, rendering it useless as a record. For this reason, many scholars consider it just another miracle story of the kind that surrounded other ancient heroes. But what if a piece of information was missing whose recovery would make it as clear today as it was to the original readers? In The Wise Men and the Star, Dr. Miller explains how he uncovered that missing piece, which then revealed who the Wise Men were, the location of the East when they arrived in Bethlehem, and what was the star they saw.