It seems clear to me both from the public debate on the controversy and from what I know from “behind the scenes” that neither the President of the SCP, Michael Rea, nor the Executive Director, Christina Van Dyke, has any intention of making any public statement either apologizing to Swinburne or in any other meaningful way addressing the concerns of Swinburne’s defenders.
UPDATE: I have been an SCP member for years, and have assumed that I am currently a member since I am still receiving the society’s journal Faith and Philosophy. (I had the latest issue here on my desk as I wrote the post.) But Mike Rea informs me via email that according to his records I am in arrears with my dues. So he does not consider me to be a member any longer anyway. I have told Mike to feel free to correct things at his end and cancel my subscription. It’s a good journal, but naturally I don’t expect them to keep sending it to me if I am no longer a dues-paying member.