I have noticed an overwhelming amount of importance placed upon education for pastors. Some have a doctorate, other have graduated from "prestigious" universities etc. It is as though more credence is given to men of the cloth who have had theology class after theology class. It seems there must be a "Dr." attached to a Pastor's name in order for his words to have weight. It doesn't anger me, it saddens me more than anything else. A Pastor is more than a Bible teacher, he is a shepherd. Shepherds do more than just feed the sheep. They tend to their flock. I think many pastors have forgotten this. They teach and preach and called it good but fail to tend to their flock. No caring, no weeping, no defending, no seeking their lost sheep. Pastors, how's your flock?