Dr. Quonekuia Day - Gordon Conwell
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Dr. Quonekuia Day

Assistant Professor of Old Testament

Quonekuia A. Day is assistant professor of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She teaches at the Boston campus and the Latino & Global Ministries program at South Hamilton, MA. She serves on the board for the Society of Gospel Haymanot (SGH).

Dr. Day has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Emmanuel College, a Master of Social Work from Boston University, a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a PhD from North-West University in South Africa.

In addition to teaching courses in Old Testament Survey, Genesis, Exodus, Interpreting the OT/NT, and Hebrew language at Gordon-Conwell, she has taught at Meachum School of Haymanot in St. Louis, MO, and conducted seminars for Pine Manor College and University of Vermont campus ministries. Dr. Day is also a public speaker specializing in the area of Old Testament and sexuality. She has conducted numerous seminars and workshops focusing on the areas of Old Testament, sexuality, mental wellness, conflict resolution, and leadership development. She has been featured multiple times by the Jude 3 Project for her writing and as a panelist for their Courageous Conversations Conference, and she is the author of “Feminist, Womanist and Gospelist Interpretations of the Daughters of Zelophehad: Bridging the Gap amongst competing traditions,” in the multi-authored book Gospel Haymanot.

Dr. Day is an ordained minister with the Church of God, Cleveland, Tenn. She has over twenty-five years of ministry experience as a teacher, counselor, and outreach/formation minister. She serves as the director of ministerial care and development at Deliverance Temple Worship Center in Dorchester, MA.


  • BA (Emmanuel College)
  • MSW (Boston University School of Social Work)
  • MDiv, ThM (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
  • PhD (North West University, South Africa)


  • “Feminist, Womanist and Gospelist Interpretations of the Daughters of Zelophehad: Bridging the Gap amongst Competing Traditions,” in Gospel Haymanot: A Constructive Theology and Critical Reflection on African and Diasporic Christianity. Calumet City, IL: Urban Ministries, forthcoming.

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