Okay look at pp.4-5: "...when church leaders preach reconciliation without having unequivocally committed themselves to struggle on the side of the oppressed for justice, they are caught staddling a pseudo-neutrality made of nothing but thin air."
In recent months I've heard reports that some religious denomination (I wish I remembered which one), debating the whole gay issue, released a position statement that, essentially, was an admission of refusal to state a position. They may as well have said nothing at all. Whichever denomination this was obviously was so concerned not to alienate anyone on any side of the issue, that they tried to paint their church as completely utterly neutral, and all it did was show that they haven't the moral courage to stand up for ANYthing.
Does anyone recall which church that was?
Anyway, it's precisely what Wink describes here. And it is useless to us.