TRAINING VOICES TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE THE WORD OF GOD

NURTURING HEARTS DEVOTED TO CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND SERVICE

SHAPING MINDS VIA A CLASSICAL THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

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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

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THEOLOGY HONOURS

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THEOLOGY DEGREE

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In Memory of John Newby

In Memory of John Newby

In the providence of God, as I look back over John Newby’s (‘Doc’ to his students who loved and him) incredibly important and meaningful life, I am reminded of a brief conversation I had with him as a student, some 25 years ago, wherein I suggested God had not called him to be a bishop because He had bigger ideas: The singular call to influence generations of future Bible teachers and bishops!

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Love and Gospel in the Time of Corona

Love and Gospel in the Time of Corona

We often say that God is in control, but we lose sight of the fact that he doesn’t place at the top of his agenda that everyone should live comfortably and happily. That is how it is until God steps in. The pandemic has swept through the continent of Africa and cut short many dreams and hopes. Why is God so hard on us?

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The Legacy and the future of the church in Africa

The Legacy and the future of the church in Africa

In recent years, I have seen and heard a constant criticism of Christianity by young black millennials within the South African context as being a white man’s religion. While one may not fully understand the motive behind this statement, on the surface it appears to be informed by two factors that unfortunately lack historical accuracy. The first being that Christianity only arrived in Africa in the 1600s, and the second that Africa has not had any contribution in shaping the Christian faith, and thus the Christian faith is foreign to this beautiful land.

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