Let us guard the liturgy. In it, we have the gospel, a treasure in an earthen vessel.
Does God the Trinity want you to form a rugby club? Or a parish? The C of E can't decide.
Peter J. Leithart’s approach has much to commend it, albeit with some significant caveats.
I do not wish to imply in any way that the SCLM is trying to introduce a new Trinitarian theology. Rather, I want to suggest that the Trinitarian implications of their revisions take a back seat to the stated goal of removing gendered language for God.
The way I am providing a picture of the revised eucharistic rite as a whole in Enriching Our Worship is to outline a summary of the ways in which it changes and edits the Rite II communion service in the current 1979 BCP.
Over the years, theologians have understood "the image of God" in various ways, but the image of God is fundamentally Jesus Christ in his Incarnation.