Apparently we need another reminder of what “the Church” is (and what she is not):
The Church is the congregation of all believers from all time — from Adam and Eve to the last man to have his name found in the Book of Life.
The Church is not any earthly institution, group, denomination, tradition, or sect.
If your ‘tradition’ holds higher and defends more vigorously a collection of personalities from its (perceived) past than the Scriptures themselves, then you aren’t in a Christian tradition — you’re in a cult.
We must, of course, give credit where credit is due:
(Conservative) Anglicans — Thirty-Nine Articles (1563).
(Conservative) Reformed — Westminster Confession of Faith (1646).
There is, quite literally, only one Christian tradition that has not changed its doctrine or its theology in the last five hundred years:
Lutheranism — the Augsburg Confession (1530).
You can affirm ‘modern’ conceptions of gender and sexuality or you can be a Christian.