The issue was authority, not gender. You will notice my reference his/her<quoted text> First of all marriage is not a organization. Second, organizations in this country are supposed to give leadership positions based on skills rather than gender. Your bible puts all women under the authority of their husbands regardless of their intelligence.
You are not suggesting that there is an objective "right" and "wrong"? By judging practices on a moral basis you are claiming this.<quoted text> Telling a whole group of people that they should be subservient to another group is the same as telling then that they are inferior.
<quoted text> Too bad the all powerful, all knowing God did not think to establish women's rights. The bible is at the epicenter of the mistreatment of women. According to bible law, women must seek the permission of their husbands before disposing of their property, but no mention is made of men needing consent of their wives to do the same.
In the bible, men are allowed as many wives and concubines as they wish, but women are only allowed one.
In the bible, women must marry their rapist if unmarried.
In the bible, a non virgin daughter is legally condemned to be stoned.
In the bible, the prophet Judah forces his widowed daughter in law,Tamar to stay single so that she can be married to his third son who was only a child at the death of his brother(Tamar's husband) When Judah finds out that Tamar has slept with another man, he orders he to burnt until he finds out that he is the person she slept.