To the right honourable the lords and gentlemen of the committee for religion.
To the Christian reader.
Chapter I. Of the two main ends aimed at by the Arminians, by their innovations in the received doctrine of the reformed churches.
Chapter II. Of the eternity and immutability of the decrees of almighty God, denied and overthrown by the Arminians.
Chapter III. Of the prescience or foreknowledge of God, and how it is questioned and overthrown by the Arminians.
Chapter IV. Of the providence of God in governing the world diversely, thrust from this pre-eminence by the Arminian idol of free-will.
Chapter V. Whether the will and purpose of God may be resisted, and he be frustrate of his intentions.
Chapter VI. How the whole doctrine of predestination is corrupted by the Arminians.
Chapter VII. Of original sin and the corruption of nature.
Chapter VIII. Of the state of Adam before the fall, or of original righteousness.
Chapter IX. Of the death of Christ, and of the efficacy of His merits.
Chapter X. Of the cause of faith, grace, and righteousness.
Chapter XI. Whether salvation may be attained without the knowledge of, or faith in, Christ Jesus.
Chapter XII. Of free-will, the nature and power thereof.
Chapter XIII. Of the power of free-will in preparing us for our conversion unto God.
Chapter XIV. Of our conversion to God.