In the Integrity response to Rowan Williams Susan Russell laments that the ABC hasn't taken proper notice of the theological work that has already been done on the full inclusion of active homosexuals in the life of the Communion (see her post below). Perhaps the ABC is only reflecting on the shabby theology that Integrity et al has produced to this point. To Set Our Hope on Christ is the case in point. It was commissioned by pecusa and recognized almost immediately upon release by liberals and conservatives alike as a poor work of theology.
Rowan Williams has already commented on the inferior quality of theological reflection by Bishop John Spong. The theological underpinnings of Integrity's case aren't any better than Spong's Jr. High theology (as it was characterized by the ABC). So, when the Integrity crowd can produce some serious theology I'm sure the ABC, who generally stands on their side, will recognize it. At this point it seems likely that the Anglican Communion will soon devolve into a two-tier system with provinces like pecusa being downgraded in both place and authority. pecusa has placed autonomy over communion as the ABC has said and will be recognized in the gentle British way to be the heretics and apostates that they are. I wonder how many pecusa bishops are still opining that nothing has really changed in pecusa from GC09?