There are some good evangelical seminaries that are faithful to the Bible. These seminaries oppose women being ordained as pastors or preachers, in obedience to the New Testament instructions on women in the church.
But Fuller Theological Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, both of which support ordination of women to the clergy, are not among the good evangelical theological seminaries.
Ordaining women to the position of pastor/clergy (priesthood) is at the root of all evils insofar as the church is concerned.
Majority of the women who enter the pastorate do so after being divorced. So, many of them are breaking the New Testament and will not follow Jesus Christ’s teaching on divorce. Some of these divorced women engage in sexual activity outside marriage (adultery), since they are divorced but crave intimacy and companionship. Some of these divorced women will engage in homosexuality with other women out of loneliness. The chances are that women who are divorced in their midlife will not be found physically desirable by most men, even men in midlife. And thus, after divorce, they are left without their emotional and physical needs met through a marriage partner. Thus, some of them, out of loneliness, fall into sexual deviancy, which is homosexuality.
Since most women who are ordained to clergy are divorced, the chances are that these women will lead the church into anti-New Testament practices. Their being divorced itself is against the New Testament teaching of Jesus Christ, but they will try to justify it, since they themselves are divorced.
The United States of America and American churches started to go into the wrong direction after the United Methodist Church (UMC) and the Presbyterian Church (USA) started to ordain women.
Ordination of women is against the New Testament and the instruction for churches is clearly spelled out in the New Testament.
Unfortunately, many so-called evangelical seminaries have veered off from the Holy Bible and support ordination of women. This is wrong from the vantage point of the New Testament.
If your church has a female pastor, you need to leave that church, right away, and find a Bible-centered church. This is important for your spiritual growth and relationship with Jesus Christ.