Originally Posted by Rick336
I think the quoted passage you're referring to actually means that women should cover their heads when they pray if they're in a church with pigeons flying around in it.
I find the phenomenon of selective reading interesting. Here we have a "definitive" passage of how men and women "should" relate to one another, yet the passage clearly states that women who pray with their heads uncovered are a disgrace and their hair should be shorn. Yet that
bit of the passage (which is an unequivocally clear instruction) is permitted to be culturally determined by contemporary "sola scriptura Christians", while the rest of the passage is not.