That may be true of some atheistic approaches to theology of the Christian faith and praxis and their 'understanding' of scripture, but almost all of them rely upon a literally fundamentalist interpretation of the scriptures in order to measure the 'God' they have thus created and find it wanting. WO is not an issue that has been subject to critique by atheist, anti-fundamentalist God detractors though. That sort are not interested in petty squabbling among traditionalists and reformers within a religion that is despised by them anyway. They dismiss both reformers and traditionalist dinosaurs as mere religious cranks. Women’s Ordination is supported by Christian believers who love Truth more than antiquated tradition or conservative fundamentalist interpretations, of ancient texts. Anyhow Ordination itself was once a new-fangled idea in the Church of Jesus Christ. No one, male OR female was 'Ordained' by a 'Bishop' on the Day of Pentecost, but both men and women were present when the Holy Spirit descended upon them all in the place they were gathered at Christ's command, both males and females alike. They were ALL therefore technically Apostles, (i.e. Sent out), and endowed by the Spirit of Jesus Christ, to preach, teach and perform mighty works. Women also were witnesses to the resurrection, and attendees at the gathering on the Day of Pentecost, therefore also commanded by Christ to preach to the people, and to testify that he is the one ordained by God to be judge of the living and the dead. Read the text carefully, you will not find anything implying that the women who witnessed Christ after the resurrection were forbidden by him to preach. There may have been hundreds of them. Rather it is implied that ALL those who were witnessess were commanded by Him to preach Christ to the people regardless of gender. There were more than 500 brothers, implying that the additional unknown number were women and/or children who were not counted, though yet still witnesses. Peter is not just referring to the men, he is referring to ALL THOSE who witnessed Christ after the resurrection, many of whom were women. .