If she is willing to do that simply because her husband ordered her to, then I think it is beyond doubt she would make a decision within that business simply because he ordered her to. Whether or not he does is another question, but her willingness to do pretty much anything simply because she's been ordered to is concerning.
As Queen Elizabeth demonstrated, women do not need men in order for their authority to be legitimate.
Is that not, in fact, exactly what she said she did? Did she not, in fact, say that she chose her specific career, which she didn't want, because her husband told her to? Is that not, in fact, the only reason she gave?
It doesn't matter what your entirely subjective, and in this case, apologetic interpretation of the Bible is. She said what she said. She did not want to be a tax lawyer, in fact she hated the idea. But she did it because her husband told her to. That is what she said. I don't need to "understand" anything about your apologetics to understand what she said.
Last edited by SmokeAndMirrors; 08-14-11 at 10:18 PM.