Schori’s instincts are correct - in that the Gospel of the Lord is for all people.
Where she’s failed from a Lutheran standpoint is that rather than increase the message of the Gospel to draw people closer in relationship to God, she’s diminished the Law and two of it’s reasons - that the Law makes us understand our sin and drives us to the Gospel, and that the Law is a measure for how we respond to the Gospel.
This bring up the second problem with Schori’s theology. Now that’s she abandoned the Law, she needs to find a man made law to function in it’s place. Otherwise the Church would be no more than a social club. Rather than re-evaluate her mistake, she substitutes a new man-made lad - carbon credits, measures of superficial diversity and political correctness are used to replace the Law given to us by God.