Having no Authority and having disdained the Deposit of Faith, these rootless organizations must be subject to interminable dissolution, with each shade of disagreement breaking off a part to form a "new" church. Where there is no Authority and Deposit of Faith everything is admissable.
I attended an Episcopal Church for awhile until I found the ever accommodation of that “interminable dissolution” described above. The other key within a system without authoritativeness is the problem that although the majority of Christian Churches - Mainline and emergent alike know the Scriptures to be the infallible Word Of God without error.
The Episcopal and Anglicans believe that “Scripture contains the truth that is necessary for salvation and is the primary norm for faith BUT must be must be interpreted in light of tradition and reason”
But “the reason” part is determined by a democratic system that can override tradition. If you study Christian history Christianity was always “a theocracy” driven by the bible as the core. An the Bible is pretty straightforward about both the child in the womb and it’s position on two people of the same sex having relations.