• (British) IPA: /aɪsɪˈdʒiːsɪs/
  • (America) IPA: /aɪsɪˈdʒisɪs/

eisegesis (plural eisegeses)

  1. An interpretation, especially of Scripture, that reflects the personal ideas or viewpoint of the interpreter; reading something into a text that is not there.
    • 2008 [1982], Jacques More, Leadership is Male? eBook, page 28,
      I include this here in that as well as finding things out of context (eisegesis – things read into a text) I also found errors of accuracy which also contributed to my not trusting other parts of writings of authors for women in leadership.
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