White Christians have always found things to argue over, from Copernicus' heliocentric cosmology to Martin Luther's 95 theses. However, few things have divided white Christians like contemporary worship. The meaning of contemporary worship is constantly evolving; depending on the white church it could mean using the gray hymnal instead of the blue hymnal, using a projector for song lyrics, or (horror of horrors) a praise band complete with drums and electric guitars.
The white churches that survive this controversy intact always decide to have two separate services: a "traditional" service far too early in the morning where guitars and drums are forbidden and a "contemporary service" so late in the day as to conflict with watching football where choirs, organs, hymns and hearing yourself sing are forbidden.
The "contemporary" service, having been purged of everyone over the age of 65, allows for singing more upbeat praise songs. These songs will often refer to dancing, but never fear, absolutely no dancing ever occurs at white Christian churches. During an especially upbeat song, white Christians may begin to clap to the beat, but usually become confused as to whether to continue clapping through the chorus and give up on the clapping altogether. Expert-level white Christians will continue clapping until the end of the song, but they prefer to lift their hands in the air.