Four brief chapters, just over sixty pages, but nevertheless, a little gem from Dale Ralph Davis. The author outlines what a Reformed church is, and what a true Christian is. He then concludes with a chapter aimed at non-christians, showing the importance, necessity and the way of salvation. It is concise, yet also profound, and although Davis writes from a Presbyterian point of view, those in other denominations and church groupings should also find it of great use. It could also be a good book to pass on to interested, seeking non-Christians.