By Nneka Okumazie Many people like to pick verses from the scriptures to argue against obedience or discredit Christianity. They often discuss Apostle Paul saying women should not speak in church. Extensively, what Apostle Paul said meant responsibility. Anyone who must speak in church must also be responsible about the word of God. In the chapter following where he discussed women, he gave instructions to bishops. Apostle Paul was talking to women about responsibility to God and also submission to their husband. Apostle Paul\u2019s ministry was centered on Christ, so husband or wife, bishop or not, everyone must be in total obedience, loving Christ more. Apostle Paul directed responsibility differently for women because the head of the wife is the husband. Apostle Paul wasn\u2019t saying Christ can\u2019t use women. In Acts, Tabitha was a disciple and the daughters of Philip prophesized. Also, there were lots of women ministries through the scriptures. Apostle Paul discussed a lot about false prophets and false brethren, referring mostly to men. Also, there were some fake prophets in the book of Revelation, but one woman was mentioned, for her sinful teaching and her sin. Although, in a previous verse, there were some compliments for that church. These works would have been completely impossible by action or teaching \u2013 solely of men. But about the woman, who taught sin, and sinned, Christ condemned her \u2013 and her followers who won\u2019t repent \u2013 to great tribulation. So, teaching is possible by women in church, if responsible, as expected of men also, in holiness, and the pure word of God.