see Exhibit A below:from Bend Bulletin:
"Today, by contrast, the leaders of the Episcopal Church and similar bodies often donít seem to be offering anything you canít already get from a purely secular liberalism. Which suggests that perhaps they should pause, amid their frantic renovations, and consider not just what they would change about historic Christianity, but what they would defend and offer uncompromisingly to the world.
"Absent such a reconsideration, their fate is nearly certain: They will change, and change, and die."
KJS: "The call to restructure the Church is a response to growing grassroots awareness that we must change or die ..."
TEC is still changing and dying while its remnant of "Continuing Episcopalians" insist things are getting better for their church.