An intriguing look at what modern evangelical (theologically, not politically) churches should consider to be different. Jay Kim starts with an analogy from an online review of the church he was pastoring at the time where a visitor left a review that pointed out things like the music being no different that what she would hear at a concert and the whole spectacle feeling like it was designed to look like everything else instead of being its own thing. He goes on to discuss a number of items and cites everyone from John Calvin and N.T. Wright to Cal Newport and Beyonce. It's a short, interesting read that covers a lot of ground related to the rising tide against social media and other constant distractions and even spends a chapter on relating the approach to reading books made popular by Adler and Van Doren to reading Scripture.