Do we, and I mean the broader Christian tradition, equate the image of God with what it means to be a person? For example, Boethius defines a person as a specific instance of a rational nature. Is that what we are going to define image of God as? I lean towards the functional view of the image of God (Klaas Schilder, some elements of Bavinck, etc). Yet I don't want to define person as a certain function or set of functions. There is something about this that I can't put my finger on.