First Scott Gunn dissects Tom Wright's recent piece in the Times on TEC:
Let’s all be clear about two things. First, the Episcopal Church is (imperfectly, to be sure) trying to answer God’s mission imperatives in this place and in this time. Second, we are committed to our bonds of affection with our sisters and brothers overseas. To say otherwise is to distort the truth and to refuse to listen to what our General Convention and our Presiding Bishop have repeatedly said.
And then the Changing attitude blog on Anglican Mainstream's recent foot stamping on the subject of Greenbelt:
Greenbelt continues to offer thousands of people, many of them on the fringes of the church, an experience which encourages them in the faith and restores their confidence in God. Changing Attitude wouldn’t dream of trying to dictate what Greenbelt should be or who it should invite. It is what it is, and we rejoice in its openness, diversity and passion.
Greenbelt resonates with people’s experience of God in the UK in the 21st century far more than Anglican Mainstream will ever do.