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Example sentences for ATONEMENT

The mystery of evil and atonement remain, and the reader is left challenged on these most basic issues of meaning in human life.
The insult was too gross to be passed over without atonement of some sort.
The depth of its atonement, however, is a matter of debate.
This is all he requires and all that we can do, and if we sincerely do this, we are sure of salvation through his atonement.
He walked a path of atonement not necessarily required of other offenders.
For true guilty pleasures, atonement is not required.
It was atonement, American style, and there seemed few limits to how personal—or commercial—it could all be.
And he shall put his hand upon the head of the burnt offering; and it shall be accepted for him to make atonement for him.
Today Rwanda is a shattered country, with little sign of justice or atonement.
Those criteria can never be objective: atonement is not statistically measurable.
Atonement starts with apology: the simple act of seeking forgiveness for the harm caused by one's own selfish ignorance.
We're going to a new level, where there is a shot at rehabilitation and atonement.
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