It is easy to find Christian books with a reformed bent or even download materials from the reformed. The materials are often well produced and the message can appear to be not that different from a Lutheran message. Danell suggests that we consider the question of what kind of spiritual food we should feed our children. He goes on to lay out the history of the Reformed Church from its beginnings with Zwingli to its emergence in America. Danell then considers differences in doctrine between the Lutheran and the Reformed, particularly the doctrine of justification. This essay even offers four questions one should ask when considering the use of Reformed materials.