Is Gods relationship with man more important than woman’s?

In the Tanakah or the Bible I feel there’s an emphasis on mans relationship with God rather than woman’s relationship with God which i see as unvalued. Do you see evidence of this? Is woman’s role more geared towards mans ease of life and furthering his relationship with god?

The way I see it, when the Bible uses the word man, it generally means, "human."
Women in the biblical era were meant to serve their husbands but that was because of Adam and Eve. Man (humans), fell and women from that moment on were cursed to have childbirth pains and being under their husbands. Today, in first world countries, men and women are pretty equal, so in that way, we’re moving forward toward God’s original intentions for man (humans).

As for women’s relationship with God, it is the opposite of unvalued. God interacts with women all the time. Look at Rehab, Leah, and Deborah. Those were some strong women. Women, yes, according to biblical law, are meant to helping men further their relationship with God, but men are supposed to do the same.

I don’t know everything there is to know about about the Bible, but that’s the way I see it and I hope it helps.

5 thoughts on “Is Gods relationship with man more important than woman’s?

  1. In the bible Some of the places it means mankind. Women Are Just as important to him as Men are.
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  2. Eve was made to be a helpmate for Adam but I must point out the Bible also refers to women when it says "man" or "mankind":

    Gen 1:27 – "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them."
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  3. The way I see it, when the Bible uses the word man, it generally means, "human."
    Women in the biblical era were meant to serve their husbands but that was because of Adam and Eve. Man (humans), fell and women from that moment on were cursed to have childbirth pains and being under their husbands. Today, in first world countries, men and women are pretty equal, so in that way, we’re moving forward toward God’s original intentions for man (humans).

    As for women’s relationship with God, it is the opposite of unvalued. God interacts with women all the time. Look at Rehab, Leah, and Deborah. Those were some strong women. Women, yes, according to biblical law, are meant to helping men further their relationship with God, but men are supposed to do the same.

    I don’t know everything there is to know about about the Bible, but that’s the way I see it and I hope it helps.
    References :
    Genesis 3:16. Genesis 29. Judges 4-5

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