It is interesting to me how many old people on this board and in our culture talk about loving things they call "old" They love the "old hymns". They love the "old mourner's bench." They love old timey "camp meetings" They say they are still standing for the old faith which consists of the Book (by which SOME, not all, of them mena the KJV), the blood (by which many of them mean divine blood- a new doctrine) and the blessed hope ( by which most of them mean the rapture.) It is REMARKABLE how they THINK these things are old. And all the while we have in this youngest adult generation a revival of love for TRULY old things. Old people today are largely the ones who perpetuate new stuff and the youngest people are the ones who want us to return to the truly old stuff. Because by "old hymns" old people mean "I'd Rather Have Jesus," written a few decades a ago!! Remarkable!! By "The Book" many of the refer to the KJVO or KJVP doctrine which is hardly one hundreds years OLD!! Amazing! By "Blessed Hope" they mean the RAPTURE which is a brand new doctrine so far as Church History is concerned. Though Darby basically invented it in 1830 it was Scofield, not long dead, and Pentecostals and TBN, both very new movements which made it mainstream. The "Old Mourner's Bench" speaks of the altar which, though a few utilized before Finny, a very few, Finney made it mainstream just over 100 years ago!! Older folks, its time to pass the torch, don't you think- especially if you really are the ones who perpetuate all this new stuff and do not know any better than to think that IT is the old stuff. Disclaimer: not all old people fit this bill. So I am not speaking to them. But MANY MANY do. I am speaking to them.