From the Publisher
Nominal Christianity is the result of a burden for what may be the largest mission field of our time: nominal Christianity, which is made up of millions upon millions of those who claim to be Christian but have almost no understanding of what the Lord requires of those who follow Him.
In presenting this information, author Richard Nolte claims no new insight or revelation but instead attempts to show, by numerous quotations by true believers from the time of Christ through the present, that there have always been a few—a remnant of true believers that have adhered to the principles of our Lord, know His voice, worship Him in spirit and truth, and experience the miraculous power of God in their lives.
At the same time they have been surrounded by nominal Christians—those who know who Christ is, profess Him with their mouth, establish organizations or denominations, claim to have the correct doctrine, and become so set in their delusions that they persecute the true and faithful followers of Christ, those who will not conform to worldly religious standards and are labeled heretics and infidels. This book will expose nominal Christianity.