For the past few decades, many contemporary churches have learned to scratch us where we itch. Like hip-hop music? Try this new hip-hop church. Prefer country music? Try this cowboy church instead. But in the quest for relevance, have churches of this kind ended up dividing the body of Christ in unhealthy ways? Are they fulfilling the Great Commission or creating homogenous silos filled with like-minded people of roughly the same age, political persuasion, and demographic profile? Michael Horton discusses this issue with Thabiti Anyabwile, author of The Life of God in the Soul of the Church (originally aired May 24, 2015).