The power of his story is not only redemptive, but regenerative too.
A few months ago, it looked like this would be Streep's redemptive year.
It is not about the redemptive power of violence, but the redemptive power of the media.
We even have a tendency to portray politicians whom we hope will be redemptive in meteorological terms.
Major characters are killed off, and there is never any kind of ‘redemptive’ aspect to the story.
It took the moral degradation of the city to rouse the churches to activity as redemptive civic powers.
It is a shame that we would rather be pretty than redemptive.
The speakers confess, that they know that the Servant's suffering was both vicarious and redemptive.
Ransom means something to loosen with; that is, a redemptive price.
Love like that I bear you must in some way be redemptive in its nature.