He also documents some of the accounting tricks used to conceal this from the faithful, such as "loaning" lawsuit funds to bishops or dioceses, then booking them as "accounts receivable" with no expectation of repayment.
Also, the Presiding Bishop's practice of litigation is shown to be out of step with the very canon law changes she is supporting, which include
No Member of the Clergy of this Church may resort to the secular courts for the purpose of interpreting the Constitution and Canons, or for the purpose of resolving any dispute arising thereunder . . .