God made man in His image. Then He made woman from the man. Not the other way around. We talk about 'the sin of Adam' because Adam was responsible for correcting Eve; instead of doing so, he chose to participate with her in believing the serpent's lie and disbelieving God. I do not have a problem with women being teachers of Bible principles and truths. I can understand some of the arguments for female deacons. I disagree with all rationales for female priests. I'm not saying it is necessarily sinful, but it is inappropriate and is not God's intent. Although I place great stock in the leading of the Holy Spirit in my life, I am obliged to point out that Christians must first make certain that everything they believe lines up with scripture. The inner witness comes in at second place to scripture. The 'conscience' must agree with the written Word to ensure that one has 'heard God' correctly, and quite frankly we humans are quite hard of hearing, spiritually speaking. Jer 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? This is actually a leading error of Mormon laity; they are taught to pray and ask God whether Joseph Smith was a true prophet and whether the Book of Mormon is true, and countless Mormons have received an 'inner witness', a peaceful feeling, when they so prayed. This shows that a deceiving spirit is capable of producing a counterfeit feeling like the Holy Spirit's inner confirmation. Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world (1 John 4:1). How do we test the spirits? By comparing what they tell us to the written Word. The Bible is our 'measuring stick' for discerning truth from falsehood.