SA Baptist Journal of Theology 2014

2014 Journal Theme is on "Social Justice and Reconciliation in South Africa". For more information or to pre-order your copy, you can contact the Journal Secretary, Rev Sheila Moyo. The latest 2013 issue of the South African Baptist Journal of Theology is now available.

This 241 page issue covers the theme of 'Ephesians' and contains 18 articles mainly written by South African and other African authors, relevant to the life and ministry of both churches and individual Christians. There are also 5 Book Reviews of recent Christian theological publications.

Copies are available from the Seminary at R110.00 per copy plus postage and packing.

The following back issues are also available: Spiritual Formation and Leadership (2012); Wisdom Literature, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes (2011); Evangelism (2010);  Worship (2009);  Minor NT Epistles (2008); Stewardship (2007); 1 & 2 Samuel (2006); Amos (2002)

Editorial Team:
Editor Rev Dr Godfrey Harold
Assistant Editor Rev Dr Linzay Rinquest
Journal Secretary Rev Sheila Moyo


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After much investigation and debate, the 1972 Baptist Union Assembly, meeting at King William's Town, approved a motion that a Western Province branch of the Baptist Theological College of South Africa, be established in Cape Town, which would admit students of all races.

Cape Town Baptist Seminary was previously known as The Baptist Theological College of South Africa, Cape Town. The name change took place in September 2001.

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Physical Address:
52 - 64 Tarentaal Road,
Bridgetown 7764,
Cape Town, South Africa

Postal Address:
PO Box 38473,
Gatesville 7766

Tel: +27 21 637 9020.
Fax: 086 435 3267

GPS Co-Ordinates
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This Seminary offers tuition on a full-time, part-time and distance-learning basis. Students may specialize in Pastoral Ministry, Missions, Youth Ministry or Children's Ministry. The Seminary offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in cooperation with the University of Pretoria and is accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) as a Private Higher Education Institution as reflected on certificate No 2000/HE08/005