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In the book of Genesis it has been said that God first created men and women as equals However over time women have been seen in many different ways as inferior to men From the very beginning of time women have always come second to men When God created human beings he chose to create man before he created woman The order in which God chose to create human beings automatically assumes the role of women being inferior to men What makes men better than women in so many different ways if God originally created them as equals The first major issue is the fact that Eve was created from Adams physical being This can give off the impression of her being created for him and not as being created for each other It is not good that the man should be alone I will make him a helper as a partner 4 This quote can be interpreted as Eve being made into Adams servant by calling her his helper Since Eve was created to complement nourish and help her husband This defines what a womans role was planned to be in society The only issue that I have with this aspect of a womans role is the fact that to this day it is still seen as the implied role of a woman In the twenty-first century women are expected to work a full-time job as well as continue the traditional role of cooking cleaning and taking care of the children The second situation in which inferiority took place was when the man and woman consumed the forbidden fruit Once they consumed the forbidden fruit God told the wife that her husband would now be in control of her He shall rule over you 6 God giving this new role of ruling to Adam was the beginning to a long road of Patriarchal rule After they ingested the forbidden fruit God also stated Because
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