THE IMAGE OF WOMAN IN THE COMMENTARY ON GENESIS BY SAINT AUGUSTINE (Obraz kobiety w Komentarzach do Ksiegi Rodzaju sw. Augustyna)
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Saint Augustine describes the creation of woman as a voluntary and intentional act of God. Man is being prepared to receive her. Woman is created as a rational being. Together with man, she brings to fruition the blessing of fecundity and, at the end of times, she will be saved in her own body. The creation of woman from man's rib becomes a symbol of the relationship between the soul and the body. Woman, being subject to man who is obedient to God, is a figure of the body being subject to the soul obedient to the Lord.
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