"Ultimately, the worldview we select says far more about who we are than about God or the Bible. Johnson is not a “Bible-believing” Christian; he’s a Christian who chooses and uses particular portions of the Bible to support a worldview he already embraces."
This flaw is common to all of us - including you and I. I am a Bible Believing Twice Born Christian and have recognized that words and phrases translated in, for example, the KJV are archaic religious words that have no relevant meaning in modern English. I have essays striving to correct misunderstandings arising from those archaic words. As for Junia some say she was highly respected by the apostles, at least one wording might indicate she was actually an apostle, and one with the change to the masculine. Nevertheless, the concept of female submission to the men was an administrative function - as were slaves to masters, and Christians to government. The latter had the aspect of keeping our heads down so as not to be imprisoned of killed. (I think that is true in the Armed Forces as well. It doesn't matter, boy or girl, you keep your head down in a firefight so you don't get your head blown off.) Your Nisan calendar reference is irrelevant as is Standard Time and Daylight Savings Time. Finally, your extensive schooling isn't relevant either:
"The message of the cross is foolish to those who are headed for destruction! But we who are being saved know it is the very power of God. As the Scriptures say, “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise and discard the intelligence of the intelligent.” So where does this leave the philosophers, the scholars, and the world’s brilliant debaters? God has made the wisdom of this world look foolish. Since God in his wisdom saw to it that the world would never know him through human wisdom, he has used our foolish preaching to save those who believe. It is foolish to the Jews, who ask for signs from heaven. And it is foolish to the Greeks, who seek human wisdom. So when we preach that Christ was crucified, the Jews are offended and the Gentiles say it’s all nonsense. But to those called by God to salvation, both Jews and Gentiles, Christ is the power of God and the wisdom of God. This foolish plan of God is wiser than the wisest of human plans, and God’s weakness is stronger than the greatest of human strength. " 1 Corinthians 1:18-25, New Living Translation.