What is ironic is that, back in 2003-05, I think it was, the first female ordained Lutheran minister, on the 30th anniversary of that happening, actually had come to reject female ordination, if memory serves me correctly.
I found out last Sunday that a man visiting our church, who sat behind us, is an ordained ELCA minister, who is thoroughly fed up with his church bodies ultra-liberalism and denial of Biblical truths. He actually wants to know how to become an ordained LCMS minister, what credits and such he can transfer. I think the only ones he could transfer would be the biblical languages courses. We know n LCMS pastor who started off in an ELCA seminary, but after one year, he saw the light, left and went to one of the LCMS seminaries. The only credit he could transfer was his Greek course.