I couldn't help but notice that the LCMS' Commission on Theology and Church Relations has included its seven-page response to my dissent as one of its official theological documents in the Workbook. You can find that response on pages 399 and 400.
Since convention delegates and others might like to read my own response to this CTCR document, I posted it on my blog, back on Monday, February 13, 2012 ("Dissent in the LCMS").
Perhaps you will not mind if I repeat some of my basic concerns again.
My dissent is two-fold.
(1) I am convinced that the LCMS' practice of restricting the office of pastor only to men is wrong. The synod's defense of such a restriction runs contrary to biblical and confessional evidence, does harm to individual consciences (especially to those LC-MS women who have been called by God to serve as pastor but cannot do so within their own church body), runs contrary to Christian freedom, and needlessly frustrates the work of the Holy Spirit in the church's mission within our western, egalitarian society. For my dissent to this position of the synod, one can read my online essay, "An Argument for Women Pastors and Theologians," http://www.thedaystarjournal.com.