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  1. Jan 29,  · In finance, redemption describes the repayment of any money market fixed-income security at or before the asset's maturity date. Investors can make redemptions by .
  2. Jan 02,  · Christ’s redemption has freed us from guilt, being “justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus” (Romans ).
  3. Jun 25,  · Redemption (pronounced ree DEMP shun) is the act of buying something back or paying a price or ransom to return something to your possession. Redemption is the English translation of the Greek word agorazo, meaning "to purchase in the marketplace." In ancient times, it often referred to the act of buying a slave.
  4. Redemption is the buying back of something. You might try for redemption by attempting to buy back a bike you sold, or you might attempt to buy back your soul after you steal someone else’s bike.
  5. Jul 27,  · In the Old Testament, redemption involves deliverance from bondage based on the payment of a price by a redeemer. The Hebrew root words used most often for the concept of redemption are pada, gaal.
  6. Apr 16,  · "Staying true to its title, Redemption is a riveting thriller, as relentlessly suspenseful as it is blisteringly original. Baldacci may be an old hand at this but his grasp has never been stronger."―/5(K).
  7. Redemption actually has 3 different titles, depending on the region of release: it is also called “Hummingbird” [I am assuming in Great Britain] and “Crazy Joe” in France. Statham’s prototypical look involves a short, stubbly beard and moustache [like a week without a Genres: Action, Thriller.
  8. Redemption (theology), an element of salvation to express deliverance from sin Redemptive suffering, a Roman Catholic belief that suffering can partially remit punishment for sins if offered to Jesus Pidyon haben, also known as redemption of the first-born, in Judaism.

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