The New American Commentary: An exegetical and Theological Exposition of Holy Scripture, Volume 1A, Genesis 1-11:26.
Indeed we may view the last three verses of this chapter, as exegetical or explanatory of the preceding three.
Grammatical and exegetical questions and the content of the passage are discussed.
What if they regarded a doxology, wherever found, as hardly a fitting subject for exegetical comment?
Thirdly,—I have omitted all critical and exegetical discussions.
We are not left, however, to an exegetical statement alone, although that is absolutely unequivocal.
The most decided bent of his intellect was towards the exegetical interpretation of Holy Writ.
Gersonides was also the author of a commentary on the Pentateuch and other exegetical and scientific works.
In that case, both verses are addressed to the sovereigns, and the second is exegetical of the first.
We probably all know of amazing feats of exegetical dexterity achieved over this question.