Do you know the story of the rabbi standing out on the street looking for a tenth for his minyan? Finally, he found a Jew. But the fellow tried to turn him down, explaining, "I'm not into organized religion."
"If this were organized religion," the rabbi exclaimed, "what on earth am I doing out on the street harassing pedestrians?"
To paraphrase the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Judaism can never be called old fashioned -- because it was never in fashion to begin with.
So, whoever came up with this oxymoron, 'orthodox Judaism'?