Hello Ronnie! Hope you and your family are having a very merry holiday season.
It seems you've been focusing a lot lately on Biblical studies and theology, so I thought maybe it'd be interesting to ask your opinion on something.
I was talking to my Dad (an ordained pastor in the Bible Fellowship church) about the role of women in the church. He believes in the traditional view that women shouldn't be elders/pastors (they can be deacons, but not elders). I understand that men and women are different, and physiologically better at some things and worse at others (men have naturally stronger upper bodies, women are better multi-taskers, etc), but I still don't see any reason why men would be better suited for leadership in the church than women. He couldn't really give me a satisfactory answer that didn't sound outrageously sexist.
Do you have the same opinion about women in the church? If so, is there a better justification for it than "God said so"?