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isagogics

Syllabification: i·sa·gog·ics
Pronunciation: /ˌīsəˈɡäjiks
 
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Definition of isagogics in English:

plural noun

[treated as singular]
Introductory study, especially of the literary and external history of the Bible prior to exegesis.
Example sentences
  • Because this book is not an introduction in the usual sense, its classroom use should be complemented by a work like that of R. K. Harrison so that issues of isagogics are addressed.

Origin

mid 19th century: plural of isagogic, via Latin from Greek eisagōgikos, from eisagōgē 'introduction', from eis 'into' + agein 'to lead'.

Derivatives

isagogic

1
adjective

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