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[color=green:2lfw9zed]From my personal experience of going to protestant churches before I came back to the Catholic Church, I’ve noticed the majority of female ministers that I have heard preach are a little loopy. I don’t mean that to disrespect anyone here who is female, but that’s just my honest opinion from my experience. And both male and female ministers like to reserve about a minute or two of church service to give praise to the founder(s) of their church. For instance, at my wife’s lutheran church, the male pastor talks about martin luther once every church service. In my opinion, that’s time wasted from talking about God, and every time I hear it I sigh in frustration for having to sit through it; and of course my wife gets mad at me. Also, I was at my cousins wedding last year, a lutheran church again, and there was a female minister. She asked the groom and the bride [u:2lfw9zed]three[/u:2lfw9zed] times, “are you [b:2lfw9zed]sure[/b:2lfw9zed] you want to spend the rest of you’re life together?” She said it in a way to give it a funny atmosphere, and she made some people laugh. I thought it was kinda funny the first time, but then a few minutes later she said it again, and I thought it was going overboard. And then she said it a third time right in the middle of reading the vows! I just felt like the wedding ceremony was a joke in that it wasn’t presented in a serious way. <img decoding=” title=”Smile” /> [/color:2lfw9zed]