Ian Paul has an excellent post on Fixing the Date of Easter.
I think it should be fixed, but on this proviso, that fixing the date of Easter is part of a uniting of all Christian traditions in sharing one date for Easter. Put in the negative, I don't agree with fixing the date of Easter if it introduces a further division within global Christianity. Fix to unite and unite to fix!
And I agree with Ian, if we (Westerners, at least) do not fix it we stand more chance of moving out of sync with our culture than if we persist in asking our culture to adapt to our (interesting, actually out of sorts with other Christians and with Jews) lunatic calculations. Did I say "lunatic"? You know I know it is more lunarly and solarly complicated than that!
However I am concerned about my recent history of backing losing causes (cf. NZ flag) :)
What do you think?
(Incidentally, Ian Paul cites an opponent of fixing, Nick Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury, for whom one argument is mentioned thus:
It seems to me a curiously unexamined piece of cultural accommodation that would separate the timing of Easter from Passover and detach us from our Jewish roots."
Now what other issue could there possibly be in the life of our Communion in which some Anglicans are concerned about detaching ourselves from our Jewish roots. Oh, wait, on THAT issue, +Nick Holtam is well known as supporting detaching ourselves from our Jewish foundations. However I will only take comments on this post which comment on the date of Easter)