Synonyms for exegetes or Related words with exegetes

kabbalists              gnostics              neoplatonists              sadducees              sufis              tosafists              ebionites              talmudists              rationalists              literalists              deists              apologists              midrashim              sophists              traditionists              ahadith              essenes              canonists              poskim              pharisees              sadducee              manichaeism              moralists              stoics              expositors              literalist              hadiths              manichaean              aggadot              philologists              gnosticism              marcionites              zoroastrians              rishonim              neopagans              sethians              acharonim              thelemites              valentinians              nestorians              schoolmen              smritis              pythagoreans              polemicists              orientalists              indologists              baraitot              nazarenes              taoists              literalism             

Examples of "exegetes"
19. Heterodox exegetes have expressed the true sense of the Scriptures more faithfully than Catholic exegetes.
Mainstream exegetes take this statement literally.
Jewish exegetes have the title "mefarshim" (commentators).
The Biurists were a class of Jewish Biblical exegetes, of the school of Moses Mendelssohn.
All these exegetes offer a terse reminder of the importance of time and care in its utilization.
The mufasireen (exegetes) listed 15 fields that must be mastered before one can authoritatively interpret the Quran.
Qur’anic exegetes al-Baydawi and al-Alusi explain that it refers to those pagan Arabs who violated their peace treaties by waging war against the Muslims.
Shia exegetes take it to mean "the land of the soul will shine with the Lord's light of justice and truth during the time of Imam al-Mahdi."
According to Bar-Asher, beginning with al-Tusi, Imami exegetes started a new trend in which hadith was no longer the only means of interpreting Quran.
Besides the major writers already mentioned the following are some of the principal exegetes, many of them Benedictines, from patristic times till the Council of Trent:
Sufi exegetes take "nūr" in this case to mean "justice", or take the statement to mean "God will create a special light to shine on the Earth".
Notable exegetes of the "Ratnagotravibhāga" have been Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen, Gö Lotsawa, Gyaltsab Je, and Jamgon Ju Mipham Gyatso, amongst others.
2. The Church's interpretation of the Sacred Books is by no means to be rejected; nevertheless, it is subject to the more accurate judgment and correction of the exegetes.
Seventy-one of the Quran's one hundred and fourteen surah contain abrogated verses according to one estimate. Muslim exegetes and jurists have disagreed and disputed the number of verses of the Quran and sunnah in the Hadiths recognized as abrogated.
Prof. Khaleel Mohammed, Islamic Law scholar of the San Diego State University, noted that Sura 5 verse 21 of the Qur'an, and the medieval exegetes of the Qur'an, say that Israel belongs to the Jews. He translates it thus:
Various early Muslim exegetes, including Jaʿfar al-Sadiq, Sufyan ibn `Uyaynah, Ibn Hazm, al-Qurtubi, Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, have given their own versions of lists of 99 names.
Exegetes of the rationalist Mu'tazila school of theology of the 8th–10th centuries interpreted the word "nūr" in this passage in the sense of "the truth, the Quran and the proof" rather than the commonplace meaning of "light".
The text has become increasingly popular amongst exegetes as a growing number of translations and commentaries attest. The Heart Sutra was already popular in Chan and Zen Buddhism, but has become a staple for Tibetan Lamas as well.
Some of the representative voices among exegetes of the last 150 years are E. W. Hengstenberg, J. N. Andrews, E. B. Pusey, J. Raska, J. Hontheim, Boutflower, Uriah Smith, and O. Gerhardt.
Among R Bahya's principal works was his commentary on the Torah (the five books of Moses), in the preparation of which he thoroughly investigated the works of former Biblical exegetes, using all the methods employed by them in his interpretations.