New Testament authors routinely took Hebrew Bible metaphors and redeemed them by re-reading and reinterpreting them through the lens of Christ.
In my church's Ezekiel Bible Study this week, we wrestled with Ezekiel
Conservative Christians love to obsess over who has the authority in a marriage between a man and a woman. They'll tell you about Ephesians 5 and Colossians 3. They'll talk about headship and wives submitting and the metaphor of Christ and the church.
If you've been around conservative Christians long enough, you've probably encountered the idea of "Biblical manhood and womanhood" or complementarianism. It's essentially sexist patriarchy baptized with Scripture so that men retain decision-making power