10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REDEMPTIONAL»
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Mediatorial Sovereignty: The Mystery of Christ and the ...
r t There is an implied reference in these words of personally Christ to the
redemptional nature of that power, and its combination with the moral agency of
man, ren 1 Luke xxiii. 43. 2 Rom. xiv. 9. 3 Rev. i. 18. Death federally, not dering
the state ...
Garner's Modern American Usage
The first is standard. Avoid the second, which is pedantic, unnecessary, and
irredeemable. redemptive; *redemptory; redemptional.Redemptive = tending to
redeem, redeeming. *Redemptory is a NEEDLESS VARIANT. Redemptional = of
Women’s Studies of the Christian and Islamic Traditions: ...
This interplay of creational male dominance and redemptional genderfree
equality is verbalised in men's discourse on women's nature and role, in creation,
through sin and towards salvation. Already in 1964, Elisabeth Gossmann
Kari Elisabeth Børresen, Kari Vogt, 1993
A Compendium of Christian Theology: Being Analytical ...
The Three Persons are Trinity, connected with creation almost as closely as with
redemption ; in this economical, though not as yet redemptional, Trinity the Word
ir the Soi is the Agent of the Father's creating will ; and the Spirit connects the ...
The Status of the Private Railroad Business in Russia
From this average sum of income are subtracted all the obligatory payments due
at the moment of redemption. The remaining sum is capitalized from 5% yearly to
the time of concession. The sum thus formed is the redemptional compensation ...
The Mystical Presence: And The Doctrine of the Reformed ...
presence, a communication through the soul by faith, the power ofthe Holy Ghost
as its necessary medium, union with Christ in this way as a supersensible fact in
the case ofbelievers and the fruition thus of his redemptional benefits, ...
John Williamson Nevin, Linden J. DeBie, W. Bradford Littlejohn, 2012
An Universal Etymological Dictionary
ss REDEMPTIONAL sredemptionnlir, L.] A REDUCT sredui', F.] an advantage. of,
" belonging to redezming, ous Piece of Ground, entrenched and se. To REDENI/
GRATE, to cover again parated from the rest of the 'Cdnjp by a Fosa with Black.
... the foundling of morrow, a sign from the Kindling, borrowing beneath the silent
feine, a broken intersection ofa redemptional spleen, To cross over,ofthe
tightened stream, A beautiful sinner ofa scream, The banquet thats' a bloodless
German-Jewish Popular Culture before the Holocaust: Kafka's ...
Thirteenyearslater, inGirl Years,Karl Baer draws ona variety of popular fictional
genres,the mostobvious being the redemptional narrativeof uplift. Baer's
dedication of the memoir to his wife, Beile, supplements the trope of the
benefactor who ...
The Atonement (Problems in Theology)
However the principle on which it is based has no little appeal, and centuries
later something similar was taken up by the German theologian Schleiermacher,
who maintained that the sufferings of Christ were not 'redemptional' in the ...