William Day (divine)
William Day (c.1605–1684) was an English cleric and biblical commentator.
The brother of Matthew Day, D.D., he was a native of Windsor, Berkshire, and received his education at Eton College. He was elected in 1624 to King's College, Cambridge, of which he became a Fellow (B.A. 1628-9, M.A. 1632). In 1635 he was incorporated M.A. at Oxford, and in 1637 he was presented by Eton College to the vicarage of Mapledurham, Oxfordshire.
- An Exposition of the Book of the Prophet Isaiah, London 1654.
- A Paraphrase and Commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans, London 1666.
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