There is no commitment to do His will; no fellowship with true believers; and no participation in His church. They may quote Romans 10:13 “For whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved”. Of course, this is correct, if we understand that “calls on” means more than just saying “I believe.” One author I read refers to this as “easy believe”. Nothing more is required of them but to mentally agree that Jesus saves.
When they read Romans chapter 5, they are quick to point out that the phrase “free gift” is used a number of times and it is. But is it used by Paul to refer to an Unconditional gift without any repentance or dependence on another to save?
In Luke 6:46 Jesus asked those who were following Him, “Why do you call Me, Lord, Lord, but do not do the things which I say”. You see, being a real disciple of Christ involves a real commitment to Him. (Study carefully Luke 14).
Jesus also said “NOT” everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved, but those who “DO” the will of My Father in heaven.