In this talk, Kendall works on “self-criticism” of Anglican reasserters. He bases this self-criticism on two principles—that reasserting Anglicans are in a time of judgement as well and that whatever future God is leading us to, we will have to be different people when we get there.
He speaks further about big themes encountered in the book of Jeremiah, including that 1) when one when is confronted with a big loss, the temptation is to create a “big solution,” 2) that faithfulness in little things is not a little thing, and 3) that radical trust involves radical dying.
He describes how careerism, poor leadership, poor moral choices, and more have affected reasserters in Anglicanism.
Along the way he describes the two things that reasserting Anglicans must have in order to survive: differentiation and structural relief.