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  • adv. in an exegetical manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By or by way of exegesis; as explanation.


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  • You have shown me nothing exegetically to refute the oneness of God and Christ as the ONE and the same God.

    Why Liberal Christianity Isn't Bankrupt

  • And those who attempt to say that the Bible does not have loving, committed homosexual relationships in mind when it condemns homosexual behavior are engaging in untenable linguistic wrangling that cannot be supported exegetically or historically.

    The Good Book and Gay Marriage

  • Although Erasmus did not usually present himself as a theologian, he was in fact remarkably learned in the traditional theological systems that he rejected and more learned than any of his contemporaries in the ancient patristic theology and the new, exegetically based humanistic theology of which he himself was a creator.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • Indeed, for most of the students in the class this will probably be their first real exegetically-oriented class since in the introductory Bible class, we survey so much that we do not spend all that much time on any given passage, and cover a wide range of excerpts.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Another basic, exegetically complex, apparent difference between Husserl and the two later philosophers, pertinent to the relationship of consciousness and intentionality, lies in the controversy over Husserl's proposed ˜phenomenological reduction.™

    Consciousness and Intentionality

  • In this exposition we have attempted to remain as close as possible to Tarski's original presentations, reducing to a minimum the number of claims that might be controversial philosophically or exegetically.

    Alfred Tarski

  • However, since there is no copulative conjunction between the two words, blood and life, I do not doubt that Moses, speaking of the life, added the word blood exegetically, [288] as if he would say, that flesh is in some sense devoured with its life, when it is eaten imbued with its own blood.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • It is not surprising that they have often emerged with interpretations which, however persuasive exegetically, are as bizarrely subjective and historically implausible as some modern readings of Hamlet offered by literary critics equally unhampered by historical constraints.

    Politics Recaptured

  • Critically more trustworthy, and exegetically very valuable, is

    The Life of Jesus of Nazareth

  • Indeed the actual manner in which the absence of the bread and the presence of the Body of Christ is effected, is not read into the words of Institution but strictly and exegetically deduced from them.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy


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