- eisegesis the reading of one's own ideas into scripture, 1878, from Gk. eis "in, into" + ending from EXEGESIS (Cf. exegesis).
Etymology dictionary. 2014.
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Eisegesis — (from the Greek root εις, meaning into, in, among) is the process of misinterpreting a text in such a way that it introduce one s own ideas, reading into the text. This is best understood when contrasted with exegesis. While exegesis draws out… … Wikipedia
eisegesis — eisegetic /uy si jet ik/, eisegetical, adj. /uy si jee sis/, n., pl. eisegeses / seez/. an interpretation, esp. of Scripture, that expresses the interpreter s own ideas, bias, or the like, rather than the meaning of the text. [1890 95; < Gk… … Universalium
eisegesis — A comparatively modern term to describe, disapprovingly, a piece of scholarship which appears to find in a given text a significance alien to its context. This might be to provide biblical support for a doctrinal position already held. The term… … Dictionary of the Bible
eisegesis — noun (plural eisegeses) Etymology: Greek eis into (akin to Greek en in) + English exegesis more at in Date: 1892 the interpretation of a text (as of the Bible) by reading into it one s own ideas compare exegesis … New Collegiate Dictionary
eisegesis — n. interpretation of a text (usually the Bible) that demonstrates the interpreter s biases and not the actual meaning of the text … English contemporary dictionary
eisegesis — eis·e·ge·sis … English syllables
eisegesis — Эйзегеза … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов
eisegesis — A faulty interpretation of a text caused by reading in one s own ideas … Grandiloquent dictionary
eisegesis — This term (from the Greek eisēgeisthai, meaning to lead in ) designates an interpretation of the Scriptures that stems from the personal viewpoint of the interpreter, who reads this interpretation into the text, in contrast to exegesis, where… … Glossary of theological terms
eisegesis — n. incorrect explanation of text, especially of Bible, by distorting the meaning to fit preconceived ideas. ♦ eisegetical, a … Dictionary of difficult words