It is crystal clear in Scripture that pastors must be men. It is totally unequivocal. Yet we still hear folks attempting to get around this:
1) Objection: The Scriptures are Culturally Conditioned
The reason given for women not teaching in the church goes back to the garden of Eden. That's not something culturally conditioned.
2) Objection: What if the woman is really edifying?
Given that Scripture clearly prohibits it, the answer is still "no," even if the woman is the best preacher since Spurgeon or Whitfield. We don't break God's commands because we think it's practical.
If one would permit one's wife or daughter to be a preacher on that ground, one might as well permit one's wife or daughter to be a harlot on the ground that it will permit her to evangelize more men that desperately need it. Surely there are few folks with consciences so seared that think that an acceptable mode of proceeding. The only reason then that people find Objection 2 persuasive is because they don't take God's prohibition on women pastors as seriously as they take the 7th commandment.
3) Objection: Not enough Bible verses say it!
How many times does God have to tell you something for you to believe it? All the objections are bad, but this one has to be the worst.