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Otherwise known as the grammatico-historical method.
Quote of the Day (Eric Reitan) James F. McGrath 2009
I take it according to the literal principle, aka the grammatico-historical method.
Evolution and Liberal Christianity James F. McGrath 2009
We affirm that the text of Scripture is to be interpreted by grammatico-historical exegesis, taking account of its literary forms and devices, and that Scripture is to interpret Scripture.
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy Sam Norton 2006
LUDWICH, De Joanne Philopono grammatico (Konigsberg, 1888-9).
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman 1840-1916 1913
No difficulties will be raised against the Biblical interpreter as long as he remains within the sphere of the rules which govern his grammatico-historical exegesis; but protest will rise up on every side as soon as he urges the principle of Biblical inerrancy, and the duty of bowing to the authority of the Church.
Diodorus of Tarsus had initiated him into the grammatico-historical method of that school, which was in strong opposition to the eccentric, allegorical, and mystical interpretation of Origen and the Alexandrian School.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent 1840-1916 1913
But along with these somewhat negative results there was an impulse given to grammatico-historical exegesis; the peculiarly religious character of the Scriptures and their supreme value for the religious spirit were brought to light.
While there he came under the influence of Ernesti, the famous exegete and advocate of the grammatico-historical method of Scripture-interpretation, whose enthusiasm awakened in the boy the desire for a scholastic career and a love for the ancient classics.
Septentrionalium thesaurus grammatico criticus et archæologicus_.
The Influence of Old Norse Literature on English Literature Conrad Hjalmar Nordby 1883
_ (A book with the same title, also described as a "grammatico-allegorical ballad," was published by N. Haites in 1818.) "Chevy Chase," with music and four pictures by
Children's Books and Their Illustrators Gleeson White 1874