The writing of Paul is inspired - but it has been the fundamentalist position, as usual, to consider that the writing of Paul is for literal understanding - if much of what is literal makes some sense to you, then so be it, some food for thought, but that's not why it is an "inspired text" for the spirit.
What Paul did and wrote can be considered in the same light as other characters of the bible who had exerted authority - you can examine it, see a man, and what a man did and said.
But the inspired nature of the text is for our spiritual discernment: for example
- a wife is bound by her husband - the soul may accept and submit to a "word", not necessarily Christ - and as you would have read, Christ, the Word, is the bridegroom - and concerned for "widows" - but if her husband dies - the woman at the well had no accepted 'word' at the time - " you're right to say that you have no husband ". A word like the wt is always coming up with new light - anxious about worldly affairs, how to please his wife - it should be of great comfort to ex-jws that a wife is not bound by her husband when he dies
- a man to wear long hair is degrading - I'll leave yall to figure that one
The writing of Paul - a silver cup in the mouth of the sack of the younger.