Imagine a church where they do not preach on sin and repentance, or hardly ever preach on them. Hardly ever means maybe once every 9 months or so. However they do mention these things in a soul winning class. They do not necessarily use the 10 Commandments, but they do use Bible verses that mention sin which is still good. Even John MacArthur in his Bible tract does not use the 10 Commandments to draw conviction to the sinner, so the use of the commandments seem to be a opinion and a good way, but not the only way. Imagine that the soul winners are encouraged to mention those things to people they witness too, but in the main service there is no need to preach them, as when people come forward at the invitation, then they are mentioned, but only briefly and not hard like what Paul Washer would do. Is there a point to this approach? I am trying to be open minded and I have seen this approach in various churches. Perhaps I am incorrect in my view that these things need to be preached in church. Well the scripture in Timothy says to preach them full and head on. Ashamed of the Gospel the author also strongly argues for doing it as well.A good approach to sin can come from Reformed or Arminian. Once I was a member of a Reformed Baptist Church and the pastor was kinda soft on his approach to these things. However certain preachers from BJU were far far far better at preaching on sin and they were Arminian.