Submit unwisely and be fooled all life long, how OK is that? The apostle Paul dictated, "Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for . . . he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and . . . will bring judgement on themselves. [Rom 13:1-2].
Compare how Jesus broke the Sabbath law and was executed as a criminal. Authorities were about. Apostles broke out of jail against authorities too. And the authorities did not live up to the Law of Moses, where The Authority instituted scapegoating for removing the sins of his people according to a yearly plan that involved two goats for all the sins of all the Jews - butchering one goat and driving another into the wilderness, charged with mystically transferred sins of a whole people. [Leviticus 16:7-34]. But something went wrong, terribly wrong, again, and Jesus was executed. He said he died for his sheep, but his sheep did not want him.
The words of Paul for authorities that acted terribly against several deeds of Jesus and jail-breaker apostles, shame Jesus and Peter, for example. Discredit New Testament forgeries too, while you are at it. Bart D. Ehrman has exposed a great deal of them in some of his books.