How should men approach the situation when in the course of normal Christian conversation a woman makes a theological error or says something that might be challenged? Of course I recognize that this scenario could go in reverse. I keep in mind this text: Here, I am only referring to the principle of the wife seeking council from her husband, as opposed to anyone else. Lately, I have become careful if I am speaking to a woman and her husband is not with her - I would not want to correct her, would I? How should I treat single women? Sometimes young women don't see their fathers as their spiritual head, but I still don't want to stomp on that position of authority. What are my boundaries, since as a single man, I have no spiritual authority over any woman?