a person who redeems.
(initial capital letter) Jesus Christ.

1400–50; late Middle English; see redeem, -er1 Unabridged
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redeem (rɪˈdiːm)
1.  to recover possession or ownership of by payment of a price or service; regain
2.  to convert (bonds, shares, etc) into cash
3.  to pay off (a promissory note, loan, etc)
4.  to recover (something pledged, mortgaged, or pawned)
5.  to convert (paper money) into bullion or specie
6.  to fulfil (a promise, pledge, etc)
7.  to exchange (trading stamps, coupons, etc) for goods
8.  to reinstate in someone's estimation or good opinion; restore to favour: he redeemed himself by his altruistic action
9.  to make amends for
10.  to recover from captivity, esp by a money payment
11.  Christianity (of Christ as Saviour) to free (mankind) from sin by his death on the Cross
[C15: from Old French redimer, from Latin redimere to buy back, from red-re- + emere to buy]

Redeemer (rɪˈdiːmə)
The Redeemer Jesus Christ as having brought redemption to mankind

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Bible Dictionary

Redeemer definition

Heb. goel; i.e., one charged with the duty of restoring the rights of another and avenging his wrongs (Lev. 25:48, 49; Num. 5:8; Ruth 4:1; Job 19:25; Ps. 19:14; 78:35, etc.). This title is peculiarly applied to Christ. He redeems us from all evil by the payment of a ransom (q.v.). (See REDEMPTION.)

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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Example sentences
Yet the struggle from outcast to redeemer is the same, only this time, it is because the super-humans come together as a family.
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