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redemptive in a quote

"I just think that sports movies have such a built-in visceral, rooting interest, an epic win or lose redemptive quality. When they get it right, it can make for a really rousing movie experience."

"This is nourishing, redemptive we become less alone inside."

"There's only one effectively redemptive sacrifice, the sacrifice of self-will to make room for the knowledge of God."

"The myth of redemptive violence - Caesar, peace, and victory - is in people's bones so deeply, we aren't even aware of it. You crush the opposition that's how we bring peace."

"There's only one effectively redemptive sacrifice, the sacrifice of self-will to make room for the knowledge of God."

"However it is debased or misinterpreted, love is a redemptive feature. To focus on one individual so that their desires become superior to yours is a very cleansing experience."

"I have made a film about jazz that tries to look through jazz to see what it tells us about who we are as a people. I think that jazz is a spectacularly accurate model of democracy and a kind of look into our redemptive future possibilities."

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