The Unsaved Christian

by Dean Inserra     |     Book Summary


Author: Dean Inserra
Publisher: Moody
Date: March 2019
Pages: 207

Book Summary of The Unsaved Christian by Dean Inserra


There are many people sitting in church pews week after week who do not know Christ. They are unsaved, cultural Christians. 

Unsaved Christians have faith and may even be religious, but their religion is more about tradition, heritage, or rites of passage than loving Jesus. They are familiar with the Bible and church but are ignorant of the gospel. Salvation is based on being a good person and not the person and finished work of Jesus Christ. 

Church leaders and mature Christians can show love to cultural Christians by being clear about the gospel and bold enough to tell someone they do not know Christ. We can tell them now or they will hear it one day from Jesus Himself.

The harvest is plentiful, and for pastors, they are sitting in front of you every week. The Bible is all about Jesus, and when we are faithful, cultural Christians will hear the gospel and have an opportunity to repent. 





The Unsaved Christian

by Dean Inserra

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Unsaved Christian by Dean Inserra

AuthorDean Inserra
PublisherMoody
DateMarch 2019
Pages207


Overview:

There are many people sitting in church pews week after week who do not know Christ. They are unsaved, cultural Christians. 

Unsaved Christians have faith and may even be religious, but their religion is more about tradition, heritage, or rites of passage than loving Jesus. They are familiar with the Bible and church but are ignorant of the gospel. Salvation is based on being a good person and not the person and finished work of Jesus Christ. 

Church leaders and mature Christians can show love to cultural Christians by being clear about the gospel and bold enough to tell someone they do not know Christ. We can tell them now or they will hear it one day from Jesus Himself.

The harvest is plentiful, and for pastors, they are sitting in front of you every week. The Bible is all about Jesus, and when we are faithful, cultural Christians will hear the gospel and have an opportunity to repent.