In conclusion, it can be stated that men and women share different responsibilities and tasks and might seem to be different in many ways, but still as human beings, they share many similarities. As Amy Patterson - Neubert (2004) says, "For the most part, men and women use, and strongly prefer, the same ways of comforting others - listening, sympathizing and giving thoughtful advice." Both the sexes are similar in terms of hormonal activity, brain functionality and sexual activities. However, some experts believe that brain form and functionality if both males and females are completely different. Evidence also states that males and females are similar to each other in terms of the way they communicate and approach a task. On the other hand, various studies state that due to differences in brain structure and functioning, women are more talkative than men and are able to express their emotions more easily. Similarly, physical characteristics of both genders are also profoundly different, which enable the sexes to carry out different tasks with different levels of efficiency.
One comforting factor may be a recognition that some
of the basic teachings of Christianity and some of the traditionally
accepted events of Jesus' life may actually be over 4,500 years old,
grounded in the pre-history of humanity. Another is that, when we strip
away the miraculous and supernatural legends in the gospels which came
from Pagan sources, we are left with the natural. What remains is a story
of an itinerant Jewish teacher who followed the teachings of the 1st Century BCE Jewish philosopher: Hillel.
We have a Jewish Rabbi who taught through parables and by example. These are the core teachings of Jesus which emerge from the gospels -- undiluted by Pagan material.