Day of rest. Went to church. Had a lesson on baptism in Sunday school. Then a lesson on Elder Cooks General Conference talk "Let There Be Light". We had an interesting discussion. The teacher asked about the objection that is often raised that the teachings of the Church need to be more "in line with the times". A thought came to me which I did share, and feel is worthwhile sharing again. As the time goes forwards, many things improve. But not everything. For example, while I would much rather have computers of the modern day, I would be much happier with the gas and food prices of 20 years ago. Somehow as the time progresses "the new morality" manages to earn the glory of being associated with improved technology, while avoiding the blemish of increased cost of living and increased waist line that have arrived with the modern times as well. Behaviors that are destructive to the family are by no means a step forward. Not any more than being 50% overweight.