Popping by StandFirm this morning and couldn't believe it - thought at first it was a brilliant parody. Not so. In fact, it's a picture of what is a major influence in Episcopal Church leadership thinking. The central theological grounding is that "creation spirituality begins with the theology of original blessing instead of original sin." Note carefully the word blessing - this view is even all over the 1979 Prayer Book where the theological of original sin is downplayed to such an extent if you don't believe it to be true, it does not bar you from entering into prayer book worship as Kendall Harmon has outlined in his writings on the Episcopal Church's 1979 Book of Common Prayer revision.
Now one can make fun of this view (I did think it was a parody at first), but this is at the heart of Christian Science as well. It's not new, but this view, this theological grounding is very much at the heart of so much of the Episcopal Church teaching and justifications for its actions on matters that affect the worldwide Anglican Communion. It was all over every General Convention I have attended.
Here is a profile on the "Cosmic Techno Mass" in the Episcopal Church:
Tip of the Tinfoil to Matt Kennedy and StandFirm. Read more here.