From the previous eleven concepts in this paper the following conclusions have been made:
- That man and woman possess identical value and dignity by virtue of creation
- That there is a unity and identity between man and woman by virtue of creation
- That, by virtue of creation, there is a differentiation between man and woman that includes the headship role of the man
- That the entrance of sin brought a division between man and woman that did not exist before.
- That the judgement of God that fell on the man and woman locked them into this division.
- That in this divided condition a structure of law is necessary.
- That the incarnation affirms the dignity and equality of women
- That the incarnation affirms and defines the headship of the man
- That redemption identifies every man and every woman as God’s special treasure
- That redemption gives every man and every woman the same identity in Christ
- That redemption models the love we are supposed to have for one another