1. Literalistically meaning In a literalistic manner.
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7. Most often what our culture means by the phrase "reading Scripture literally," would be more correctly rendered "reading Scripture Literalistically," that is, taking each word at face value apart from its literary context
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8. FIRST – If we try to read Biblical texts Literalistically (a la Jesus and the door jam), we can produce a theology completely constructed to our own whims
9. The truth is we do take the bible literally – just not Literalistically
10. [Note, I’m not using “Literalistically” in a pejorative sense in this context.] Compounding the difficulty is that determining that a statement is hyperbole is not an excuse to bypass the foundational, underlying truth being conveyed
11. Biblical creationists who believe the Genesis account of six literal days of creation are reading the Bible “Literalistically,” according to Lennox
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13. After narration of local traditions of origin (interpreted somewhat Literalistically), the main chronological framework for 'Anioma' history is provided by the military and political intrusion of better-documented neighbouring societies, especially the kingdom of Benin
14. Despite televangelists and rapture-predictors, Revelation is not to be interpreted Literalistically
15. Metaphors, for example, should be taken literally, but will be misunderstood if taken Literalistically
16. In point of fact, Lindbeck argues that the two best paradigmatic embodiments of the cognitive-propositional approach are the "Protestant biblicistic and the Catholic traditionalist" where identity is preserved by "reproducing as Literalistically as possible the words and actions of the past." (11)
17. Literalistic definition in English dictionary, literalistic meaning, synonyms, see also 'literalist',liberalistic',Literalistically',literalism'
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18. The third masculine singular forms in the Pentateuch, Judges, and Ezekiel all are in the hophal stem (he shall certainly be made to die), Literalistically expressing the involuntary nature of the death
19. Likewise, the Church does not commit us to reading the account of Noah Literalistically
20. In contrast, taking the Bible “Literalistically” means adhering to a rigid understanding of the primary meaning of words, without allowing for figurative language or a possible range of meanings
21. It's always bothered me that people will understand the Bible literally (not Literalistically), until they get to areas of prophetic discourse and then all of a sudden, the text is taken allegorically
22. It does not therefore follow that every text of Scripture is to be read Literalistically, like a newspaper
23. No one took these words Literalistically, otherwise, Joshua would never have been said to fulfill them
24. It's tiresome, short-sighted, and uses very inconsistent hermeneutics to interpret things figuratively when it is convenient for the narrative and Literalistically when that's more suited to the presupposition
25. Interpreted Literalistically, Egyptian mythology is a mare’s nest of logical contradictions and metaphysical absurdities
26. Some passages should be taken Literalistically, while others shouldn’t
27. Literalistically (ˌliteralˈistically) adverb
literalistically synonyms, literalistically pronunciation, literalistically translation, English dictionary definition of literalistically. n. 1. Adherence to the explicit sense of a given text or doctrine. 2. Literal portrayal; realism. lit'er·al·ist n. lit'er·al·is'tic adj. American Heritage®...
The literal meaning is the most obvious or non-figurative sense of a word or words . Language that's not perceived as metaphorical, ironic, hyperbolic, or sarcastic. Contrast with figurative meaning or non-literal meaning. Noun: literalness.
literalist(Noun) A person who adheres to the literal representation of a statement or law. literalist(Noun) A person who translates text literally.