Lately there has been a lot of talk about what is going to happen to the Anglican communion. I've been going to Anglican churches all my life and now work for one, but the future of the 'Anglican Communion' at all costs is not something that interests me greatly. What does interest me is why people are so against saying what the bible says and telling people they need to repent, trust in Jesus, and if they don't, kick them out of the church. We've got to get rid of all the wolves in sheep's clothing, or in this case, the heretics and apostates in Bishops frocks.

An example of this softly softly approach can be seen in this article.
"We're not asking that he be defrocked. We're just saying that there should not be any more [consecrations]. We're aware that he was elected according to the policies of the Episcopal Church, whatever we may think about that."
"Whatever we may think about that." I cannot work out why he isn't saying, the bible says its wrong, it is wrong, he should be defrocked and the church should repent.

I liked this article from Mark Driscoll who talks about his meeting with J.I. Packer and how Packer thinks the issue of homosexuality in the church is one of heresy! Well worth the read.
"In keeping with Packer’s line of reasoning, I asked him if those who are “heretical” in promoting homosexual activity while declaring themselves to be Christian are in effect promoting a new religion based upon a false gospel, like Mormonism and the Jehovah’s Witnesses. He said, “You could describe it that way and it’s what they are doing."
Thank goodness someone has the guts to say what needs to be said!