Definition of Redemptional
1. Adjective. Of or relating to or resulting in redemption. "A redemptive theory about life"
Partainyms: Redemption, Redemption, Redemption
Derivative terms: Redemption, Redeem, Redeem
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Literary usage of Redemptional
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Christian Faith Personally Given in a System of Doctrine by Olin Alfred Curtis (1905)
"The biblical doctrine is merely a practical statement of the significance of a redemptional fact. For example, the Bible has much to say about the necessity ..."
2. A Compendium of Christian Theology: Being Analytical Outlines of a Course of by William Burt Pope (1889)
"In the Matt, mystery of the internal relations there was the eternal possibility ^'iV"i of the Absolute Trinity becoming the redemptional: there is no ..."
3. Mediatorial Sovereignty: The Mystery of Christ and the Revelation of the Old by George Steward (1863)
"... or to a series of providences in his own behalf, or that of his country, he did so, because a redemptional Providence is a necessary counterpart ..."
4. New Testament Illustrations: Comprising Choice Selections, Anecdotes by William Basil Jones (1875)
"... who, he foresaw, would, with perfect free will, prefer God to Satan, and, in spite of all temptation, prove true to his redemptional office. ..."