Adam was given the task of naming all of the animals.It seems clear that at least part of the purpose for this was to help him realize that none of these creatures were “comparable to him.” Every other creature had its mate; but Adam was at that point alone, the only one of his kind (verse 20).Instead, He gave man the responsibility to protect, care for and give honor to her. The third part of this passage is “being heirs together of the grace of life.” The Moffatt translation states, “You must honor them as heirs equally with yourselves of the grace of life.” The potential to be children of God in His Kingdom is the same for both men and women.While God established certain roles for men and other roles for women in our physical families, there is nothing in Scripture to indicate one sex has more favor with God, or that one would have preeminence in the coming Kingdom.
This passage (verses 1 to 13) is talking about the qualifications of “bishops” and “deacons”—leaders in the Church congregation.
Society has many different ideas about what the role of men should be. To answer that question we need to start in the beginning, at the creation of Adam and Eve.
In Genesis 2 we see that Adam was created before Eve.
The relationship between husband and wife today should be harmonious and one of mutual love and respect, knowing that both are to equally inherit eternal life.
When a man marries and children start coming along, he enters a different phase of life.