When we live according to the Spirit, all things are 'strictly spiritual issues'. When we live according to 'the flesh' then we try to delineate between secular and spiritual and thus, 'choose our own way', rather than the way of The Spirit of God. All Old Testament examples of 'leadership' are merely preparation for the 'Leadership' of Christ by The Holy Spirit. There is only one flock and only one shepherd of it. John 10:16. Jesus choose twelve Jews as apostles. Not Gentiles. Jews. The leaders of the church. But that did not mean that all leaders would forever be Jews and before long very few leaders were Jews. "As unto The Lord". What wife would not be obedient to a husband who willingly lays down his life in 'servanthood' to his wife, Ephesians 5:25, giving even his own life for her as Christ did for us all? How well do we men manage to keep our side of the Apostolic advice in our marriages? Or are we so consumed with ambition to be 'the boss' that we 'grasp at superiority', in a worldly and un-Christlike manner, Philipians 2:6. One 'person', I'd agree, but one man, I don't think so necessarily. For Christians, whose shepherd is Jesus Christ alone, any gender is OK as a leader of a section of Christ's 'flock', as long as they are a competent believer and obedient to Christ. We have to admit there has been some very poor leadership from men in the church in the past, so it is unlikely that women will generally fare either better or worse than men have historically. You will have a tough job proving that Jewish misogyny is inspired by God or supported by New Testament Scripture. Much of the Old Testament narrative merely records accurately the social norms of the era they are set in, not the eternal decree of God that women must be always subservient to men. That notion is worldly social convention not the Spirit or the Mind of Christ as practiced in the early Church and recorded in the New Testament. The idea that Old Testament biblical narrative provides a moral and hierarchical template for living as disciples of Jesus Christ in the 21st century is as bizarre as believing that every man can have as many wives as Solomon did or that adulterers and Sabbath beakers should be stoned to death. .