I attended one today and was in the audience. The man being ordained got his MA in Biblical Studies and was very humble, has a heart for youth, and people. Also a man filled with grace. The pastors asked questions and the statement of doctrine was an application of systematic theology. I recognized much of what was presented however I do not understand how someone could not know what Open Theism was nor know if it's a heresy, nor do I find the view that he was not sure if Christ could sin while on the earth accurate as it was IMPOSSIBLE for Christ to sin. Also I did not agree with his loose interpretation of the Hebrew term "yom" and his view that it could mean extended periods of time. He emphasized a 2 Pt Calvinism but in reality it was semi- pelagainism as no one can claim to hold to Total Depravity yet reject the doctrine of Irrestible Grace or the Effectual Call of the Spirit planing faith and repentance in the elect. No God does not make people evil as Hyper Calvinism teaches but God knows his elect and chose them before the foundation of the world and died for the elect on the Cross. He also did not know whom TD jakes is and his heresy of modalism on the view of God (God takes on different modes) but is not a triune God. Nor the Emerging Church and Brian Mclarrens lies and deceptions. The man admitted areas he needs to grow and had no pride which was good. However being a Biblical studies graduate does not make one at expert in theology it just makes one an expert in exegesis and the Original languages which is a field I am not as savvy in. Besides some few short falls he seemed to have a general grasp in theology and having never done this I have no idea what it would be like.