The suffering of love is redemptive
, transformative, and life-giving, making visible the self-giving Love of God.
The frenzied murders of the final days of the regime are the focus of Richard Bessel's argument that while redemptive
antisemitism can explain the calculated murders of the concentration camps, the seemingly chaotic murders of the war's end that engulfed a wide-range of victims need to be understood through the self-motivation of individuals in a collapsing regime.
At the heart of Eastwood's turn from redemptive
violence is a curiosity about those left behind by death and suffering, and a growing suspicion that additional violence merely postpones and multiplies this tragedy.
Schantz finds so many chilling examples of the palpable presence of death as a path to freedom in slave narratives, for example, that the continent seems awash in redemptive
blood long before the war.
work is such that he has left nothing undone until we are brought to heaven.
"To sum up," he says, "we found that psychological well-being was associated with post-trauma stories that were high in closure, high in redemptive
imagery and high in themes of national redemption.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals denied food giant General Mills' deductions for "cash distribution redemptive
dividends" it paid participants in the company's employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs).
In a decision that creates a circuit split, the Eighth Circuit reversed a district court and held that a corporation was not entitled to a deduction for cash distribution redemptive
dividends paid by the corporation's employee stock ownership plans to plan participants who left the corporation.
Historian Richard Kagan (2002) in a speech to commemorate 9/11 identifies three types of historical memory: toxic memory, redemptive
memory and civic memory.
The memoir ends on a redemptive
note as Griffin reflects on her children's successes and all she managed to accomplish when the odds were stacked against her.
My reading contends that the women in the novel embody a challenge to the redemptive
contract, a contract derived from economic and moral criteria found in early nineteenth-century political economy.