Use Exegesis in a sentence
Meaning: (noun) scholarly explanation or interpretation ;
(The plural of exegesis is “exegeses”.)
Much of the exegesis surrounding the story makes even less sense.
I am not very familiar with biblical exegesis.
His sermons begin with exegesis , followed by application to practical problems.
This Muslim exegesis was very current in the medieval period.
However, in modern times the exegeses and general understanding of Hawwa have shifted and are deeply debated.
The translations often reflect traditional Jewish exegesis of the bible.
Hugh was heavily influenced by Augustine’s exegesis of Genesis.
There are also a series of Exegeses written by Damian Conway that explain the content of each Apocalypse in terms of practical usage.