- New Testament Narratives and Epistles
- Biblical Greek
- Gospel of John, Book of Isaiah
- New Testament’s Use of the Old Testament
- PhD in New Testament – Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- ThM in Old Testament – Talbot School of Theology
- MDiv in Pastoral Care – Talbot School of Theology
- BA Biblical Studies – Biola University
Dr. Adam W. Day joined the IGSL faculty in June 2017. He teaches in the Biblical Studies Department and serves as Iron Sharpening Group (ISG) leader, Target Area Ministry (TAM) coach, and member of the Leadership Programs team.
He was an Adjunct Professor at Biola University from 2007 to 2011 and at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2015. After which, he returned to Biola and taught for a year before coming to the Philippines. Dr. Day also served at churches in various capacities such as youth ministry volunteer, trainer for counselors, and pulpit minister. He has been a missionary with WorldVenture since 2014.
Dr. Day is a peer reviewer for Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Journal for Discipleship and Family Ministry. He has presented four papers in regional and annual meetings of The Evangelical Theological Society, has published an article in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society and an article in Presbyterion, and has written a book entitled Jesus, the Isaianic Servant: Quotations and Allusions in the Gospel of John under Gorgias Press.
He desires to train pastors and ministry leaders so that they can effectively share an understanding of the story of the Bible with others in order that others might hear and believe in Jesus and his redemptive work on their behalf. His prayer is that students would grow not just in knowledge, but more importantly in their love of Jesus Christ.
Dr. Adam Day is married to Anna, and they are blessed with two sons, Luke and Caleb. He enjoys watching baseball and American football, as well as playing volleyball and swimming. In his spare time, he exercises, reads, watches movies, and spends time with Anna, Luke, and Caleb.