The Rev Joanna Stobart, a female fake vicar in the diocese of Guildford, Surrey, said that some clergy want to refer to God without saying He or Him, particularly in prayers of forgiveness for sins.
She asked: 'Please could the Liturgical Commission provide an update on the steps being taken to develop more inclusive language in our authorised liturgy and to provide more options for those who wish to use authorised liturgy and speak of God in a non-gendered way, particularly in authorised absolutions where many of the prayers offered for use refer to God using male pronouns?'
In response, the Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Rev Michael Ipgrave, said: 'We have been exploring the use of gendered language in relation to God for several years, in collaboration with the Faith and Order Commission.
'After some dialogue between the two Commissions in this area, a new joint project on gendered language will begin this spring.
'In common with other potential changes to authorised liturgical provision, changing the wording and number of authorised forms of absolution would require a full Synodical process for approval.'
The proposal was welcomed by a group that campaigns for 'gender justice' in the Church of England.
Women and the Church (WATCH) said: 'WATCH welcomes the start of another project in the Church of England to look at the development of more inclusive language in our authorised liturgy.
'We hope that a proposal will be brought to Synod soon, as we believe that a theological misreading of God as exclusively male is a driver of much continuing discrimination and sexism against women.'
But Synod member Rev Dr Ian Paul said: 'The fact that God is called 'Father' can't be substituted by 'Mother' without changing meaning, nor can it be gender-neutralised to 'Parent' without loss of meaning. Fathers and mothers are not interchangeable but relate to their offspring in different ways.
'If the Liturgical Commission seek to change this, then in an important way they will be moving the doctrine of the Church away from being 'grounded in the Scriptures'.'
The whole thing, of course, is part of a far wider effort by the World Economic Forum elite to use gender ideology as a battering ram to undermine traditional and family values in general, and resistance to the Masonic/Satanic drive to move humanity from being 'homo sapiens' to 'homo deus'. Their whole transhumanist agenda is about usurping the power and divinity of God. Changing the sex of human beings is a gateway drug to merging humans and Artificial Intelligence. At one level it's ridiculous and divisive heresy, at another, it is pure evil.