Can be found here (h/t @res_publica on Twitter).
I particularly liked this:
“…the need to amend the growing incompetence and theological incoherence on the ground. There are three crucial elements that stand out:
– Almost ubiquitous liturgical chaos, where many evangelicals and liberals alike have little sense of what worship is for.
– The increasing failure of many priests to perform their true priestly roles of pastoral care and mission outreach, in a predominantly “liberal” and managerialist ecclesial culture that encourages bureaucratisation and over-specialisation. ….
– Perhaps most decisive is the collapse of theological literacy among the clergy – again, this is partly a legacy of the 1960s and 70s (made all the worst by the illusion that this was a time of enlightening by sophisticated German Protestant influence), but it has now been compounded by the ever-easier admission of people to the priesthood with but minimal theological education, and often one in which doctrine is regarded almost as an optional extra.”