For some odd reason progress usually makes people despise the past, as if it no longer offers anything of any relevant value. This mindset is particularly true of the present generation who live in a lonely age of space exploration, CD-Roms, the Internet, and cellular technology. Even among today's professing Christians there is a subtle rejection of historic Christianity, at the expense of remaining restless in their shallow fads without knowing why. But what will return the Christendom of this present generation to a salty Christianity (Matthew 5:13)? What will return modern-day Christendom to a Christianity that will act as a preserving agent to a decaying society? What can offer a certain hope to a nation of families that are in utter disarray? Answer: A present return to the old paths.