I preached on Christians and the law a few weeks ago. Based largely on Brian Rosner’s work in the AMCL last year, I suggested that Christians are in no way bound by the law as law (legal code). Rather, Christians live by the law of Christ, which is the work of the Spirit in us, propelling us to love God and one another.
In this context, I have two problems with Anglicanism. Firstly, Article VII: EVERY Christian is free from the obedience of the Commandments which are called Moral.
Secondly, those orders of service in which Christians are called to reflect on the 10 commandments, and then to confess their sin in light of not keeping the law: Christians are free from the law. It no longer condemns us!
Disclamer: I thing anglicanism is a great platform, especially in Sydney (the last 3 churches I’ve attended and been a part of the leadership at have been Anglican) – I just don’t agree with all it’s doctrinal points.