Related formsre·demp·tive·ly, adverbnon·re·demp·tive, adjectiveun·re·demp·tive, adjective
Examples from the Web for redemptive
The power of his story is not only redemptive, but regenerative too.
It is not about the redemptive power of violence, but the redemptive power of the media.The Wyatt Earp Myth: America’s Most Famous Vigilante Wasn’t|Andrew C. Isenberg|July 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That night we all shared in the sweetness of his redemptive victory.
Major characters are killed off, and there is never any kind of ‘redemptive’ aspect to the story.‘Forbrydelsen,’ ‘Borgen,’ ‘The Bridge’: The Rise of Nordic Noir TV|Jace Lacob|June 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We even have a tendency to portray politicians whom we hope will be redemptive in meteorological terms.
Much greater stress is laid upon the redemptive than upon the creative function.
It took the moral degradation of the city to rouse the churches to activity as redemptive civic powers.The Leaven in a Great City|Lillian William Betts
The speakers confess, that they know that the Servant's suffering was both vicarious and redemptive.The Expositor's Bible|George Adam Smith
During the second stage the kindergarten was valued largely as a reformatory and redemptive influence.
And it means too, that there will be in a secondary, a minor sense, a redemptive value in my suffering.Quiet Talks on Following the Christ|S. D. Gordon