exegetical[ ek-si-jet-i-kuh l or ek-si-jet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF exegetical
Synonyms for exegetical
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Grammatical and exegetical questions and the content of the passage are discussed.
Thirdly,—I have omitted all critical and exegetical discussions.
The second is composed of exegetical literature and also of many treatises on such subjects as medicine, astronomy and grammar.
The most decided bent of his intellect was towards the exegetical interpretation of Holy Writ.
Of theological science there can hardly be a trace, in a country where all free investigation in exegetical matters is cut off.
In that case, both verses are addressed to the sovereigns, and the second is exegetical of the first.
Gersonides was also the author of a commentary on the Pentateuch and other exegetical and scientific works.
But there was then no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew; there was no exegetical research; there was no science and no real learning.
But no society of this kind was more useful and pleasant to us than one which, from its object, received the name of Exegetical.
Exegetical studies, no less than historical research, were a distinct life-aim with him.