Thomas Franklin Day Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Ohio U., Athens, 1876, Master of Arts, 1879. Graduate Union Theological Seminary, 1880. Special studies in university of Chicago, 1896, and Berlin, 1905.
Graduate work Syracuse University, Doctor of Philosophy, 1916. Doctor of Divinity, Hastings (Nebraska) College, 1895.
Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1880. Home missionary, American Fork, Utah, 1880-1890. Professor Hebrew and O. T. literature, San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1890-1913, resigned.
Traveled in Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1913. Professor Biblical literature, Olivet (Michigan) College, 1913-1914. Acting professor philosophy, Whiteman College, Washington, 1916-1917.
Actg. pastor First Church, San Rafael, California, 1918-1919. Director relig. education First Church, San Francisco, 1923-1925.
Member Religious Education Association, Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis.
Married Ada A. Kingsbury, June 29, 1881 (died March 20, 1930). Children: George Martin, Edward Carroll, Isabella, Clarence Burton.