Sometimes I think we hold on to suspect theology because we do not wish to question the wisdom of the traditions we have received. Take the concept of the 'minister' who is involved in the ministry of 'word and sacrament.'
While the Bible links a ministry of Word and prayer (Acts 6) many denominations speak of a ministry of 'word and sacrament'. I think that 'ordinace' is a better word than 'sacrament', so as not to be confused with the Roman Catholic view that thinks that sacraments themselves actually convey grace. If the Protestant belief of two sacraments (or ordinances) is accepted then it is worth noting that Scripture does not specify any restrictions on who can perform the ceremony of baptism or who should administer the Lord’s Supper. This means that a ministry of sacrament is not necessarily to be limited to those who are seen as 'Reverend minsiters'.
I know this is a rant. Indeed it might be considered to be an arrogant 'I know better than the tradition of the church' rant. However, I enjoy thinking through these things and I think it can be helpful at times to question what has been handed down.