The punishment of the Episcopal Church of the USA because of their acceptance of same gender marriage has, in effect, made the vilification of gay people a credal matter. Believing that LGBT couples should be allowed to make the moral choice of lifetime commitment to each other before God is now the same as believing that Jesus is not the Son of God or that he was not raised to life after he was crucified.
Inclusive Anglicans everywhere will be deciding today if they can remain in a denomination that officially believes in a god substantially different to the God they believe in without losing their integrity. We are not talking here about the make of coffee to be served after church on Sunday. We are talking about the tenets of our faith. The sort of thing Christians have died for in the past.
But their exclusion from what is, at its heart, a homophobic institution may work to The Episcopal Church's benefit. I was suspended from the decision making processes of the Anglican Communion over five years ago when I was sacked for having suffered from depression and my online church is more popular now than it ever has been.