The historical Anglican Church is not antinomian. In line with the Reformed tradition it teaches that we are saved by grace and live out our new lives in obedience to God’s will as expressed in the law. For example, in the baptismal liturgy the candidate is asked:
“Will you keep God’s holy will and commandments, and walk in them all the days of your life?”
This will is expressly stated to be found in the decalogue, as stated in this passage of the catechism:
You stated earlier that your Godfathers and Godmothers promised on your behalf that you would keep God’s Commandments. Tell me, how many are there?Answer. There are ten and they are recorded in the twentieth chapter of the book, Exodus.