"We must say this clearly: The Episcopal Church's current working theology depends upon the obliteration of God's difficult, redemptive love in the name of a new revelation. The message, even when it comes from the mouths of its more sophisticated exponents, amounts to inclusion without qualification."
(From the current issue -- June / July 2005 -- of First Things)
Turner is complaining about the Episcopal Church's new theology of "radical inclusion", which works itself out practically in such things as the notion of an "open table" and of the Clinical Pastoral Education requirement in most dioceses (I complained about that all Summer once).
He's absolutely right. ECUSA's new theology leaves no room for notions of sin, redepmtion, forgiveness, repentance, justification, sanctification, holiness of life, etc. etc. Insofar as ECUSA engages, practically, with such things, she engages them on her own terms, not on the terms of the 2000 year old Catholic Church. I.e. ECUSA says "we are Christians" -- though by "Chrisitan" she means something other than what the Church has always meant hitherto. The working theology of radical inclusion within ECUSA may therefore safely be regarded as non-Christian.