exegetical exegetical


  • (adj) relating to exegesis


  1. Such exegetical niceties, however, eluded the Christians who pioneered the Passion as theatrical entertainment back in the Middle Ages.
  2. Moreover, the task of exegetical writing and art commentary is quite distinct from the essentially managerial and art-appreciative qualities necessary for a successful curatorship.
  3. Though this book is a glorification of the flesh it is also a mystical sublimation of ita kind of exegetical.


  1. "This does nothing to settle the exegetical questions fiercely debated at the moment," Williams said.
    on Apr 17, 2007 By: Rowan Williams Source: Swissinfo

  2. "NAE theologians and scholars have conducted a thorough exegetical study of the biblical texts concerning the person, disposition, and earthy manifestations of Satan (Beelzebub, Lucifer, Prince of Darkness)," Ted Haggard said. "They have...
    on Sep 24, 2006 By: Ted Haggard Source: Arizona Republic

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