- pertaining to exile, especially that of the Jews in Babylon.
Sometimes ex·il·i·an [eg-zil-i-uh n, ek-sil-] /ɛgˈzɪl ɪ ən, ɛkˈsɪl-/.
Origin of exilic
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Examples from the Web for exilic
Her exilic judgment is pictured in the next verse: "And now she is planted in the wilderness, in a dry and thirsty land."The Prophet Ezekiel
Arno C. Gaebelein
For it evidently contains both pre-exilic and exilic elements.
The key must be sought in the exilic and post-exilic age where, unfortunately, direct and decisive evidence is lacking.
In this there is nothing to make the Isaian authorship probable, or an exilic date impossible.
It will perhaps startle some to hear John Calvin quoted on behalf of the exilic date of these prophecies.