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Latin, imago Dei The Christian doctrine explaining that all human beings, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, or any other qualifier, were created in God’s image and therefore possess inherent worth. Theologians have understood the imago Dei to be related to a variety of human attributes including rationality, sociality, moral agency, and spirituality; however, the significance of the imago Dei lies not in these properties, but rather in the inherent value of human beings.

It is important to health care and its relevant as we carry for individual patients we keep in mind as health care professional that human beings are creation of God since they help actualizing god’s plan. Ensure that the care is being provided equality regardless of their religious preferences. As a health care provider works as healers to provide care in way instrumenting through whom God will manifest (Bogue, Hogan, 2018).

  

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