No Half-Truths Allowed -Understanding the Complete Gospel Message – Study Guide
When it comes to proclaiming the Gospel message, half-truths, vague notions, and generalizations can be dangerous.
In today’s Church, many people are spreading a gospel that is full of half-truths, unaware that they are believing lies about Who God is and what our roles as Christians are. Our responsibility as Christians is to dive into God’s Word and find His truths for ourselves. In this study guide, you will be directed to explore the Scriptures for yourself to find the true Gospel. Designed as a companion piece to No Half-Truths Allowed: Understanding the Complete Gospel Message by Christine Paxson and Rose Spiller, No Half-Truths Allowed Study Guide is an interactive study guide with questions and Scriptures to help readers delve even deeper into understanding the complete Gospel message.
Though this study guide can stand alone without the book, it is designed as a supplement to give a richer and deeper understanding of the Gospel message and is easily adaptable for individual or small group study. Learning is enriched and more fun when you do it together!
About Christine Paxson and Rose Spiller (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Author)
Chris and Rose have been teaching Bible Studies for over 20 years. They are co-founders of Proverbs 9:10 Ministries – a ministry focused on bringing women to a deeper understanding of God’s Word. They co-host the podcast, No Trash, Just Truth, available on all podcast platforms. They also speak at women’s conferences and retreats.
Both Chris and Rose have completed the “Dimensions of Faith” Program at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary and are currently enrolled in the “Institute” Program from Biblical Training.Org and take courses from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Chris and her husband, John, have been married over 30 years. They have twin boys who serve in the United States Air Force, and reside in Lancaster County, PA, with their many cats! Rose and her husband, Ed, have been married over 33 years. They full-time in their RV so they can travel the country to spend time with their four children and eight grandchildren.