It is an Anglican position, since as far as I have been told, the Anglican Church is in its eventuality a non-confessional Communion. The Anglican Provinces, dioceses, and even parishes will have different ideas of liturgy and worship, and other things that pertain to the culture, clime and country. My Vicar, along with many other Anglicans who understand the one, holy, catholic and apostolic aspects of our Christian Faith, testify to the foundational grounds of Scripture and Tradition, which have been passed down to us from the Apostles authorised by Christ Himself. We experience Christ's love and power through the Sacraments, all of which have their testimony in Scripture. Without the Grace of God administered through the blessings of the Sacraments and the Divine Liturgy, we have no solid expression of Biblical Christianity. And without the Scriptures, we would have no understanding or depth in performing the ordinances of Christ. As for me and my house, we will worship the Lord - through His Word, and beautified in our Traditions handed to us by our Christian forebears.