This is the sixth article of a series outlining St. John Paul II’s thought on human embodiment and sexuality. Read the fifth instalment here.
In the theology of the body St. John Paul focuses our attention on the significance of the fact that the human person is created in two different but inherently related ways of being human, that of male and female. In both accounts of creation, as referenced by Christ in Matthew 19, Genesis highlights the sexual differentiation of the human person and indicates that this dimension of human nature has central significance for human life and happiness. Masculinity

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