The false teachings that concern me most are about salvation itself. Whether a woman is a pastor or not is not a salvation issue in how I read scripture. Our MB Anabaptist church has just opened the door to more women in all ministries of the church except lead pastor (and some day I think we will get there). This has nothing to do with 'women's lib' but much to do with a restoration of men and women prior to the fall and what it will be like when we get to heaven. In worship we get a taste of that when both men and women are operating in the gifts God has given them.
You hear this a lot referring to the Holy kiss, the veiling, modest clothing, women pastors, non-resistance, not swearing oaths, and so on.
First, an assumption, the apostles carry the authority of Jesus behind them, thus their writings are instructions from God.
If you don't agree with that assumption, please declare it before you respond.
At what point is your salvation threatened by differing interpretations to the simple reading of the Scripture?
Or in other words, how much of the simple teachings of the Bible can you ignore and still be a Christian? (Christ follower)
"Why do you call me Lord and do not do the things I say?"