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Synonyms for exegesis

Synonyms for exegesis

Words related to exegesis

an explanation or critical interpretation (especially of the Bible)

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Gerson, "Die Commentarien des Ephraem Syrus im Verhaltniss zur judischen Exegese: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Exegese," Monatschrift fur Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums 17 (1868) 15-33, 64-72, 98-109, 141-49; Jefim Schirmann, "Hebrew Liturgical Poetry and Christian Hymnology," Jewish Quarterly Review, n.
The essays range from the American desert to China, from discussions of gardens, landscape and architectural projects to exegeses of landscape texts and to the camera lucida.
Several articles posit social history behind particular exegeses, modeling well Wilken's own work on John Chrysostom.
Hoffmann states that Erasmus took his clue from the orthodox Fathers and sought to steer a middle course between over-allegorizing and under-allegorizing, but he does not note that Erasmus frequently criticizes even his favorite Fathers, Origen, Jerome and Ambrose, for straying too far from the letter in their fanciful exegeses.