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GWC is an accredited theological college based in Cape Town, South Africa.
GWC equips Christian men and women for ministry in Africa and the rest of the world.

We offer engaging programmes in Theology, the core subjects being Doctrine, Biblical Languages, Church History and the much neglected discipline of Biblical Theology.

One of the distinctive features of GWC is the advantage of living in a diverse community of some fifteen African nationalities.

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THEOLOGY

PostGraduate Programmes

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THEOLOGY HONOURS

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THEOLOGY DEGREE

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A Tribute to Melvin Tinker from REACH SA and GWC

A Tribute to Melvin Tinker from REACH SA and GWC

The Reformed Evangelical Anglican church of South Africa records with great sorrow the passing of Melvin Tinker from his labours on earth. Although we rejoice in the fact that he is present with his Lord, we grieve with his family and friends and pass on our sincere condolences to Heather and her family.

Melvin had been a regular visitor to our shores for many years.

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Boy child, please speak out!

Boy child, please speak out!

written by Absolom Gumoshabe (GWC Past Student)

You see, tradition and culture have taught you that “you have to be a man”. Unfortunately, it hasn’t prepared you to be one. Who said you shouldn’t speak out if you have an issue as a man? Is crying normal or not? It’s an involuntary action. Does feeling too low prove that you’re half a man? Does looking up to someone…

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The God of the Bible

The God of the Bible

A lot of news today is fake news. So, if you see a news report online or on a news channel, you always have to ask yourself: Is it real, is it made up, is it true? A lot of what we think is true about the world we live in is not based on our personal experience. A great deal of our knowledge is not something we ourselves picked up first hand. Instead, the bulk of it has come to us from what our parents told us, or from our friends, or from our teachers at school or university, or from social media and from Netflix series, or from our friends, or from…

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