VCR Lesson 4 Presentation
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In the sentence above, the plural form of the word, exegeses, should be used.
ex (<G.) "from," "out of"
Greek roots: Exegesis literally means "to lead out of". The reader of the sacred text is led to his conclusions by following the meaning of the text. The person is interpreting "from" the text.
1. Seeing that most of her students were still scratching their heads, Mrs. Kelly provided a third exegesis of the physics equation to the class.
2. During the Great Awakening in the mid-eighteenth century, thousands of people throughout the American colonies would gather to listen to the exegeses of George Whitefield, a young preacher from the Anglican Church.
3. Jacob recited an exegesis from the book of Galatians, and he was rewarded with a badge giving him the title of Junior Disciple.