Excerpt: "God could have made one sex, but he chose to create two distinct image-bearing creatures. Articulating conclusions about how women and men bear God's image differently is difficult, perhaps because we believe we must first figure out which differences to attribute to environment and which are knitted into our beings at conception."
McMinn, Lisa Graham, "Masculinity and Femininity: Origins and Implications (Chapter Two of Growing Strong Daughters)" (2000). Faculty Publications - Department of World Languages, Sociology & Cultural Studies. 43.