That’s the title, and theme, of an article from the religion section of our local paper (sorry, there is no better digital copy than this available).
That catchy phrase made me laugh. It’s quoting a local pastor from The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, so it’s probably intended as a backhand to the local Mormon majority.
"We're an ancient representation of Christianity," he says. "We don't like innovations. For us, if it's new, it's not true.
Obviously, that’s a theological statement. But, vaguely insulting or not, what made me laugh is that I think the sentiment is a great expression of an important part of the belief structure of a lot of people, from a of different religious persuasions: a proclivity towards conservation of ideas as a form of social conservatism.