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To rebuild gender relations in the church we need to unpack the source of the current complementarian beliefs, which take their origin in the teachings of the church fathers. In this interpretative paper, I will attempt to provide a new reading of St. Augustine's philosophy regarding women in light of The Trinity and City of God. It is my argument that Augustine has a twofold vision of the Imago Dei in humans. One based on the rational "inner man" -in which women do not participate-and anotherdoi:10.7710/2155-4838.1168 fatcat:zyuz43hli5e7xhvntcvclo7bre