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In this chapter and elsewhere, the author adopts Sara Kamin's view that Rashi made no distinction between peshat and derash, and asserts that Radak, in contrast, did view these as two separate exegetical approaches.
The conceptual diversity of words arising out of this root is systematically organized in the section dealing with its exegetical explanations, which includes classical and contemporary reflections on phrases such as khalaqa lakum (He created for you) and khalaqa kulla shay' (He created everything), as well as concepts such as the creation of human beings and aspects of creation which the Qur'an uses as proofs for Oneness of the Creator (Tawhid).
In chapter 4, Pardes examines the contemporary exegetical context of the Israelite King Ahab, especially the use of the story of Ahab's appropriation of Naboth's Vineyard (1 Kings 21) in contemporary discourse criticizing American expansionism in the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War.
I will also argue that the exegetical failures are of little relevance to the contribution made by the work's third part, which is--on my reading--the best part of the book.
Exegetical practices, on the other hand--the "rules" of interpretation--are practical methods, consciously employed, used to extract meaning from the text.
Selderhuis rightly recognizes, as it has been the norm among scholars for some time now, the value of Calvin's exegetical works.
Exegetical Commentary On Matthew by Spiros Zodhiates (Chairman Emeritus of Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel's Board of Trustees and President Emeritus of AMG International) is an articulate and comprehensive study of the Gospel of Matthew from its original form in Greek.
The Problem With Evangelical Theology: Testing The Exegetical Foundations Of Calvinism, Dispensationalism, And Wesleyanism by Ben Witherington (Professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary) is an informative study of the traditions, practices, and writings of the evangelist church.
Deweese's examination of Baptist exegetical scholars leads him to the belief that those who oppose the ordination of women deacons do so by exclusively employing selected writings of the apostle Paul and by interpreting his writings in a literalistic manner without taking into account the ancient paternalistic world in which they were written.
Reading the letter as a narrative allows the implementation of exegetical tools routinely employed in narrative criticism that might otherwise be disregarded in the study of an epistle.
They include fiery pamphlets, along with exegetical works on the Resurrection of the Flesh and On the Soul.