Might it be worth signing the Anglican Covenant despite its flaws? The group that will be reviewing the controversial fourth section of the covenant meets next month. Just for the sake of argument, imagine that a covenant with no enforcement mechanism emerges from this meeting. Should the Episcopal Church sign on?
Stated differently, could you live with some of the suspect ecclesiological assertions in the covenant if signing on meant that the Communion Partner Bishops and Rectors, the Duncanites, the Minnsians, the Jensenites, et al. could no longer claim that the Episcopal Church's membership in the Anglican Communion was in jeopardy?