I embrace the 1644/1646 First London Confession of Baptists as my profession of belief. It is New Covenant in emphasis and I quote:
XXV. THE preaching of the gospel to the conversion of sinners, is absolutely free; no way requiring as absolutely necessary, any qualifications, preparations, or terrors of the law, or preceding ministry of the law, but only and alone the naked soul, a sinner and ungodly, to receive Christ crucified, dead and buried, and risen again; who is made a prince and a Saviour for such sinners as through the gospel shall be brought to believe on Him.
John 3:14.15.1:12; Isa.55:1; John 7:37; 1 Tim.1:15; Rom.4:5.5:8; Acts 5:30.31,2:36; 1 Cor.1:22,24.
The Ten Commandments and the Law of Moses are NOT taught in this confession for Jesus Christ fulfilled and completed those for all time:
"There is no question of our having sufficient power in ourselves: we cannot claim anything as our own. The power we have comes from God; it is he who has empowered us as ministers of a new covenant, not written but spiritual; for the written law condemns to death, but the Spirit gives life. The ministry that brought death, and that was engraved in written form on stone, was inaugurated with such glory that the Israelites could not keep their eyes on Moses, even though the glory on his face was soon to fade. How much greater, then, must be the glory of the ministry of the Spirit! If glory accompanied the ministry that brought condemnation, how much richer in glory must be the ministry that brings acquittal! Indeed, the glory that once was is now no glory at all; it is outshone by a still greater glory. For if what was to fade away had its glory, how much greater is the glory of what endures!" (2Cor 3:5-11, REB)
"For he is himself our peace. Gentiles and Jews, he has made the two one, and in his own body of flesh and blood has broken down the barrier of enmity which separated them; for he annulled the law with its rules and regulations, so as to create out of the two a single new humanity in himself, thereby making peace. This was his purpose, to reconcile the two in a single body to God through the cross, by which he killed the enmity." (Eph 2:14-16, REB)
There was a lot of questioning made by other faith communities, so an Appendix was issued in which we have stated:
IX. "Though we that believe in Christ, be not under the law, but under grace, Rom.6:14; yet we know that we are not lawless, or left to live without a rule; "not without law to God, but under law to Christ," 1 Cor.9:21. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is a law, or commanding rule unto us; whereby, and in obedience whereunto, we are taught to live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present world, Titus 2:11,12; the directions of Christ in His evangelical word guiding us unto, and in this sober, righteous, and godly walking, 1 Tim.1:10,11."
X. "Though we be not now sent to the law as it was in the hand of Moses, to be commanded thereby, yet Christ in His Gospel teacheth and commandeth us to walk in the same way of righteousness and holiness that God by Moses did command the lsraelites to walk in, all the commandments of the Second Table being still delivered unto us by Christ, and all the commandments of the First Table also (as touching the life and spirit of them) in this epitome or brief sum, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, etc., Matt.22:37,38,39,40; Rom.13:8,9,10. "
The 1689 Second London Confession of Baptists, being a version of the Presbyterian Westminster Confession, included the Ten Commandments. I find many things admirable in this confession, but because of this issue, I stay with the 1644/1646 which was the first Baptist Confession to my view because it was the first to emphasize immersion as baptism and religious liberty.
Many things in the New Covenant are quoted for us out of the Old Covenant. Leviticus 19:18b "love your neighbor as yourself" is given to us 9 times in the New Testament. I only accept as a rule of life what is stated in the New Covenant. I do not accept the view that what is not explicitly annulled in the New Covenant, out of the Old Covenant, is still in force. I also reject the idea that religious man can invent "faith and practice" for the church, which is not taught in the New Covenant.