To establish a doctrine of the church you need two or three clear passages of Scripture. Headcovering is not mentioned anywhere else in the Bible. The only thing that gives us access to God's throne is the blood of Christ shed at Calvary not wearing a piece of cloth on the head. The veil was rent and the way into the holy of holies was opened to all who come unto God through Christ. Veiling was a local custom and Paul says clearly that we (the churches) have no such custom.
Albert, Just a polite question from a Lutheran here. I don't believe in transubstantiation, but I do believe in Christ's real Presence in the bread and wine of the Lord's Supper, or Holy Communion. Jesus said "This is my body." We know Christ rose physicaly into Heaven. Reformed doctrine is that He cannot be physically present in the bread and wine, because He is limited by His physicality. Have you walked through a wall lately? Or walked on water? Or changed water into wine? Us mere mortals telling GOD He cannot be physically be in two places at once! Perhaps it is because we understand OmniPotence! and have measured It's limitations with our omniscient minds! "Oh no, LORD! You may have built heaven and earth out of nothing, and put the stars in their place, and built every cell in all it's intricate parts, and put the red in the sunset, but, Oh No! You cannot be bodily in Heaven and bodily in the bread and wine at the same time! WHY? Because I, future maggot food cannot understand how, so it must be impossible!" Foolish drivel! Will(Even "Born again,) doesn't make me all knowing.)