I then spent the day, on and off, in a discussion with some people who didn't think it was very good. I've been struggling to understand their position ever since. You will see from the correspondence, which I am going to have a go at transcribing below, that at one point I got a bit frustrated and gave a silly answer to a silly question.
If you want to follow it you really have no choice but to read the Broadbent post first. It is here and point eight is the key one with the twenty ideas listed. If anyone wants any of the initialisms explained please leave a comment. BMO is Bishop's Mission Order.
'Twenty quick hits to change the
#CofE' by Bp of Willesden, Pete Broadbent @petespurs. #strategic
@s1eve The clergy role is simply not one to which the word "performance" applies in any sensible way @petespurs
(I think this means 'Which bishop is in a position to review? - ed)
(Ontological meaning it is more about being than doing, the opposite of which would be a functional view - ed)
(Her bio on Twitter says:)
Virtual vicar. Ex prison chaplain, teacher, health service. Into politics, TV, socmedia. Will follow back, but don't auto follow. I unfollow trolls.
It's hard to follow Twitter streams without a hashtag. Later I will the (sic) to transcribe yesterday's conversation and post it to blog for you.