No. Just wondering that if those who arent' really studying anything are perhaps better off that way--at least they are going to Church.
Are we talking about people who aren't studying? Or people who don't believe? I'm seeing some conflation between the two in how social members are being discussed. The main difference is being neglectful in studying the gospel versus falsely bearing witness of beliefs and entering covenants falsely.
In the case of those who are neglectful of studying the doctrines (which BTW, isn't the same thing as not being studied in Church history or not having some blow your mind understanding of doctrines) are better off going to Church than not, their problem is ignorance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, church is a wonderful place to remedy that ignorance. Ultimately they should be remedying that ignorance but we can only do so much, you can't force feed people knowledge and understanding, and if remedying that ignorance means there are doctrines and precepts they will find hard and have to learn to overcome, they should do so.
In the case of those who don't believe, while they are welcome at Church I believe someone who does not have a testimony who lies about such in worthiness interviews or participates in ordinances aware of there meaning but without sincerity mock God. And that is never a good thing. However, we don't prevent people from attending Church because they don't have a testimony, and is Church not a good place to provide an opportunity for such to develop? So they are best off attending Church under true pretenses.