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The doctrine of the imago Dei has long functioned as a core theological affirmation in theological anthropologies. However, interpretations of what it means for human beings to be created in the image of God vary widely, which, in turn, has implications for the discourses on human uniqueness, human dignity, human rights and ecological sustainability, among others. This article traces four normative interpretations of the imago Dei -substantive, functional, relational and eschatological -anddoi:10.5952/54-1-2-314 fatcat:iw6o4ncneraf3eatuldegkavda