In Segment 14 of this course (PD102), why does Mrs. Fitzpatrick say: "Now, one of the things that’s going on in Christian culture these days is that men are being told that they need respect. There’s no place in the Bible that it says that. Men don’t need respect."? What about the imperative in Ephesians 5:33, "and the wife see that she reverence [i.e. "RESPECT," and even "FEAR," in many modern versions] her husband."? (cf. 1 Peter 3:2 & 6, same word "phobos" or "fear"). The husband is commanded to love his wife. The wife is commanded to respect her husband. If men do not need respect, then why is it commanded in the Scripture? Teachers must be very careful in their instruction concerning the Word of God, "knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation" (James 3:1).