Having been under fire a bit myself from time to time because of what I believe about Christian liberty and the rules of Christian behaviour - here's a summary of Stuart Olyott on Christian Liberty. You can hear the sermon yourself here - scroll down to TWB20.
As Christians, we may live exactly as we please, provided:
1. We do not disobey Scripture: some things are clearly forbidden, and others clearly commanded.
2. We do not disobey lawful authority - Romans 13
3. We do not do anything to hinder our own Christian life (but note: what hinders yours may not hinder mine)
4. We do not cause a weaker brother to stumble - Romans 14. But it is important too that we don't allow a tyranny from the weak. ('Let them be upset!')
5. We do those things which build up Christ's body
6. We do nothing to hinder the spread of the gospel
7. We do everything to God's glory - 1 Cor 10:31
It's a great disappointment to me that Stuart has had to pull out of the Eccentrics' Conference next week due to (his wife's) ill-health.
But here's an idea: I've written recently to Jonathan Watson at Banner of Truth, suggesting that they publish a collection of Stuart's 'Shorter Writings' - they've been appearing in Banner, EMW, RT and elsewhere for decades now. Jonathan's kindly forwarded the suggestion to Stuart himself; how about adding your vote to mine? You can email Jonathan direct at Jonathan@banneroftruth.co.uk - if both my readers contact him, that'll be a start!