Anabaptist Distinctives in British Context


  • Jim Longley Christian-Anabaptist-Anglican


This essay arose from my placement with the Anabaptist Network of the U.K. (ANUK) as part of my Master of Divinity degree with the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (USA) in 2019. It is hopefully a distillation of some of the insights I gained from my ten weeks and more with the Network.

Author Biography

Jim Longley, Christian-Anabaptist-Anglican

I have just completed a Master of Divinity at the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart Indiana majoring in history theology and ethics, and including two placements the second being with the Anabaptist Network of Britain. My particular focus has been on Anabaptist distinctives in post-Christian society and secularism, with active involvement in the Anabaptist Association of Australia and New Zealand and with the Anglican church. I have also worked in government administration in disability services, the banking industry (with Master of Economics), aged care, and as a Member of the NSW Parliament.