noun plural but usually singular in construction isa·gog·ics

Definition of isagogics



  1. :  introductory studies; especially :  a branch of theology that is preliminary to actual exegesis and deals with the literary and external history of the Bible

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Origin and Etymology of isagogics

isagoge + -ics

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