Rev. Glasspool still has to be approved by a majority of the bishops in the other dioceses before she can become a bishop. That will probably happen. Much of the right wing of the Episcopal church has fled leaving the liberals behind and in control. There will be a lot of contention though, I am sure.
Unfortunately if she it approved, some people will say that she was only chosen because she is gay. That is bound to happen to the first gay bishop elected after the 2009 general convention.
And just where are the other denominations? The Episcopal church is plowing the highway. It is always easier to follow after the snowplow. Let's get going.
(You can tell I am at home unable to get to work because of a blizzard. Just where are those snowplows? And the car is stuck in the driveway. I will dig it out later.)
For I am convinced that neither life nor death...neither the present nor the future nor anything in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39