‘Explore’ training reaches African Honey Bee in Kwambonambi

An unusual alliance between GWC and African Honey Bee led to the remote town of Kwambonambi, north of Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal  where group leaders, who are being trained by African Honey Bee in the art of bee keeping, attended an Explore training seminar from...


The Hope Motlhope Student Centre set to impact residential learning

The Hope Motlhope Student Centre was officially opened in August by the present and former principals of the College, Dr Mark Dickson and Dr David Seccombe. This new development represents a substantial investment in residential theological education by the College and its supporters. Some might...


Principal Matters

Dear Friends,   Since the last newsletter a number of important events have occurred.   In June, I attended GAFCON in Jerusalem. The conference itself revealed a significant deepening of a commitment to God’s Word as the ultimate authority for belief and practice of our faith. A declaration was...


The 95 Theses Re-Written

The 95 Theses Re-Written Stephen Rockwell, GWC Faculty, Biblical Studies, New Testament, Greek BSc Hons 1st Class (Sydney), LTh, BTh (GWC), MTh (Moore)   The 31st of October, 2017 marked the 500th anniversary of the publication of Luther’s 95 Theses.  I had the privilege of speaking at a conference celebrating that...


Dealing with Deuteronomy

Dealing with Deuteronomy Bradley Trout, GWC ERF (Evangelical Research Fellowship) PhD student   “Amazingly… I do not recall hearing one sermon on [Deuteronomy] over my seventy years of attending church services.” That from American Old Testament scholar, Bruce Waltke. It doesn’t seem to be an isolated instance either. I’ve...


Romans 13

Romans 13 John Child, GWC lecturer, Christian Doctrine; Ethics; Pastoral Studies BA (Rhodes), Dip Th (BISA), BD Hons (London), MTh (UNISA). Paul began speaking about love in Romans 12:9: Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. 10 Be devoted to one another...

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