Table of Contents

Title Page


Book I. Of God as He Is in Himself

Chapter I. The Function of the Wise Man

Chapter II. Of the Author’s Purpose

Chapter III. That the Truths which we confess concerning God fall under two Modes or Categories

Chapter IV. That it is an advantage for the Truths of God, known by Natural Reason, to be proposed to men to be believed on faith

Chapter V. That it is an advantage for things that cannot he searched out by Reason to be proposed as Tenets of Faith

Chapter VI. That there is no lightmindedness in assenting to Truths of Faith, although they are above Reason

Chapter VII. That the Truth of reason is not contrary to the Truth of Christian Faith

Chapter VIII. Of the Relation of Human Reason to the first Truth of Faith

Chapter IX. The Order and Mode of Procedure in this Work

Chapter X. Of the Opinion of those who say that the Existence of God cannot he proved, being a Self-evident Truth

Chapter XI. Rejection of the aforesaid Opinion, and Solution of the aforesaid Reasons

Chapter XII. Of the Opinion of those who say that the Existence of God is a Tenet of Faith alone and cannot he demonstrated

Chapter XIII. Reasons in Proof of the Existence of God

Chapter XIV. That in order to a Knowledge of God we must use the Method of Negative Differentiation

Chapter XV. That God is Eternal

Chapter XVI. That in God there is no Passive Potentiality

Chapter XVIII. That in God there is no Composition

Chapter XX. That God is Incorporeal

Chapter XXI. That God is His own Essence

Chapter XXII. That in God Existence and Essence is the same

Chapter XXIII. That in God there is no Accident

Chapter XXIV. That the Existence of God cannot he characterised by the addition of any Substantial Differentia

Chapter XXV. That God is not in any Genus

Chapter XXVI. That God is not the formal or abstract being of all things

Chapter XXVIII. That God is Universal Perfection

Chapter XXIX. How Likeness to God may be found in Creatures

Chapter XXX. What Names can be predicated of God

Chapter XXXI. That the Plurality of divine Names is not inconsistent with the Simplicity of the Divine Being predicated of God and of other Beings

Chapter XXXII. That nothing is predicated of God and other beings synonymously

Chapter XXXIII. That it is not at all true that the application of common Predicates to God and to Creatures involves nothing beyond a mere Identity of Name

Chapter XXXIV. That the things that are said God and Creatures are said analogously

Chapter XXXV. That the several Names predicated of God are not synonymous

Chapter XXXVI. That the Propositions which our Understanding forms of God are not void of meaning

Chapter XXXVIII. That God is His own Goodness

Chapter XXXIX. That in God there can be no Evil

Chapter XL. That God is the Good of all Good

Chapter XLII. That God is One

Chapter XLIII. That God is Infinite

Chapter XLIV. That God has Understanding

Chapter XLV. That in God the Understanding is His very Essence

Chapter XLVI. That God understands by nothing else than by His own Essence

Chapter XLVII. That God perfectly understands Himself

Chapter XLVIII. That God primarily and essentially knows Himself alone


Chapter L. That God has a particular Knowledge of all things

Chapter LI. Some Discussion of the Question how there is in the Divine Understanding a Multitude of Objects

Chapter LII. Reasons to show how the Multitude of intelligible Ideal Forms has no Existence except in the Divine Understanding

Chapter LIII. How there is in God a Multitude of Objects of Understanding

Chapter LIV. That the Divine Essence, being One, is the proper Likeness and Type of all things Intelligible

Chapter LV. That God understands all things at once and together

Chapter LVI. That there is no Habitual Knowledge in God

Chapter LVII. That the Knowledge of God is not a Reasoned Knowledge

Chapter LVIII. That God does not understand by Combination and Separation of Ideas

Chapter LIX. That the Truth to be found in Propositions is not excluded from God

Chapter LX. That God is Truth

Chapter LXI. That God is pure Truth

Chapter LXII. That the Truth of God is the First and Sovereign Truth

Chapter LXIII. The Arguments of those who wish to withdraw from God the Knowledge of Individual Things

Chapter LXIV. A list of things to be said concerning the Divine Knowledge

Chapter LXV. That God Knows Individual Things

Chapter LXVI. That God knows things which are not

Chapter LXVII. That God knows Individual Contingent Events

Chapter LXVIII. That God knows the Motions of the Will

Chapter LXIX. That God knows infinite things

Chapter LXX. That God knows Base and Mean Things

Chapter LXXI. That God knows Evil Things

Chapter LXXII. That God has a Will

Chapter LXXIII. That the Will of God is His Essence

Chapter LXXIV. That the Object of the Will of God in the First Place is God Himself

Chapter LXXV. That God in willing Himself wills also other things besides Himself

Chapter LXXVI. That with one and the same Act of the Will God wills Himself and all other Beings

Chapter LXXVII. That the Multitude of the Objects of God’s Will is not inconsistent with the Simplicity of His Substance

Chapter LXXVIII. That the Divine Will reaches to the good of Individual Existences

Chapter LXXIX. That God wills things even that as yet are not

Chapter LXXX. That God of necessity wills His own Being and His own Goodness

Chapter LXXXI. That God does not of necessity love other things than Himself

Chapter LXXXII. Arguments against the aforesaid Doctrine and Solutions of the same

Chapter LXXXIII. That God wills anything else than Himself with an Hypothetical Necessity

Chapter LXXXIV. That the Will of God is not of things in themselves Impossible

Chapter LXXXV. That the Divine Will does not take away Contingency from things

Chapter LXXXVI. That Reason can be assigned for the Divine Will

Chapter LXXXVII. That nothing can be a Cause to the Divine Will

Chapter LXXXVIII. That there is a Free Will in God

Chapter LXXXIX. That there are no Passions in God

Chapter XC. That there is in God Delight and Joy

Chapter XCI. That there is Love in God.

Chapter XCII. In what sense Virtues can be posited in God

Chapter XCIII. That in God there are the Virtues which regulate Action

Chapter XCIV. That the Contemplative (Intellectual) Virtues are in God

Chapter XCV. That God cannot will Evil

Chapter XCVI. That God hates nothing

Chapter XCVII. That God is Living

Chapter XCVIII. That God is His own Life

Chapter XCIX. That the Life of God is everlasting

Chapter C. That God is Happy

Chapter CI. That God Is His own Happiness

Chapter CII. That the Happiness of God is most perfect, and exceeds all other happiness

Book II. God the Origin of Creatures

Chapter I. Connexion of what follows with what has gone before.

Chapter IV. That the Philosopher and the Theologian view Creatures from Different Standpoints

Chapter V. Order of Matters to be Treated

Chapter VI. That it belongs to God to be to other Beings the Principle of Existence

Chapter VII. That there is in God Active Power

Chapter VIII. That God’s Power is His Substance

Chapter IX. That God’s Power is His Action

Chapter X. In what manner Power is said to be in God

Chapter XI. That something is predicated of God in relation to Creatures

Chapter XII. That the Relations, predicated of God in regard to Creatures, are not really in God

Chapter XIII. How the aforesaid Relations are predicated of God

Chapter XIV. That the Predication of many Relations of God is no prejudice to the Simplicity and Singleness of His Being

Chapter XV. That God is to all things the Cause of their being

Chapter XVI. That God has brought things into being out of nothing

Chapter XVII. That Creation is not a Movement nor a Change

Chapter XVIII. Solution of Arguments against Creation

Chapter XIX. That Creation is not Successive

Chapter XXI. That it belongs to God alone to create

Chapter XXII. That God is Almighty

Chapter XXIII. That God’s Action in Creation is not of Physical Necessity, but of Free Choice of Will

Chapter XXIV. That God acts by His Wisdom

Chapter XXV. In what sense some things are said to be Impossible to the Almighty

Chapter XXVI. That the Divine Understanding is not limited to certain fixed Effects

Chapter XXVIII. That God has not brought things into being in discharge of any Debt of Justice

Chapter XXIX. How in the Production of a Creature there may be found a debt of Justice in respect of the necessary Sequence of something posterior upon something prior

Chapter XXX. How Absolute Necessity may have place in Creation

Chapter XXXI. That it is not necessary for Creatures to have existed from Eternity

Chapter XXXII, XXXV. Reasons alleged for the Eternity of the World on the part of God, with Answers to the same

Chapters XXXIII, XXXVI. Reasons alleged for the Eternity of the World on the part Creatures, with answers to the same

Chapter XXXIV, XXXVII. Reasons alleged for the Eternity of the World on the part of the Creative Process itself, with Answers to the same

Chapter XXXVIII. Arguments wherewith some try to show that the World is not Eternal, and Solutions of the same

Chapter XLI. That the Variety of Creatures does not arise from any Contrariety of Prime Agents

Chapter XLIV. That the Variety of Creatures has not arisen from Variety of Merits and Demerits

Chapter XLV. The Real Prime Cause of the Variety of Creatures.

Chapter XLVI. That it was necessary for the Perfection of the Universe that there should be some Intellectual Natures

Chapter XLVII. That Subsistent Intelligences are Voluntary Agents

Chapter XLVIII. That Subsistent Intelligences have Free Will

Chapter XLIX. That Subsistent Intelligence is not Corporeal

Chapter LII. That in Created Subsistent Intelligences there is a Difference between Existence and Essence

Chapter LIII. That in Created Subsistent Intelligences there is Actuality and Potentiality

Chapter LV. That Subsistent Intelligences are Imperishable

Chapter LVI, LXIX. How a Subsistent Intelligence may be united with a Body, with a Solution of the Arguments alleged to prove that a Subsistent Intelligence cannot be united with a Body as its Form

Chapter LVII. Plato’s Theory of the Union of the Intellectual Soul with the Body

Chapter LVIII. That Vegetative, Sentient, and Intelligent are not in man Three Souls

Chapter LIX. That the Potential Intellect of Man is not a Spirit subsisting apart from Matter

Chapter LX. That Man is not a Member the Human Species by possession of Passive Intellect, but by possession of Potential Intellect

Chapter LXI. That the aforesaid Tenet is contrary to the Mind of Aristotle

Chapter LXII. Against the Opinion of Alexander concerning the Potential Intellect

Chapter LXIV. That the Soul is not a Harmony

Chapter LXV. That the Soul is not a Body

Chapter LXVI. Against those who suppose Intellect and Sense to be the same

Chapter LXVII. Against those who maintain that the Potential Intellect is the Phantasy

Chapter LXVIII. How a Subsistent Intelligence may be the Form of a Body

Chapter LXIX. Solution of the Arguments alleged to show that a Subsistent Intelligence cannot be united with a Body as the Form of that Body

Chapter LXXIII. That the Potential Intellect is not One and the Same in all Men

Chapter LXXIV. Of the Opinion of Avicenna, who supposed Intellectual Forms not to be preserved in the Potential Intellect

Chapter LXXV. Confutation of the Arguments which seem to prove the Unity of the Potential Intellect

Chapter LXXVI. That the Active Intellect is not a separately Subsisting Intelligence, but a Faculty of the Soul

Chapter LXXVII. That it is not impossible for the Potential and the Active Intellect to be united in the one Substance of the Soul

Chapter LXXVIII. That it was not the opinion of Aristotle that the Active Intellect is a separately Subsistent Intelligence, but rather that it is a part of the Soul

Chapter LXXIX. That the Human Soul does not Perish with the Body

Chapter LXXX, LXXXI. Arguments of those who wish to prove that the Human Soul perishes with the Body, with Replies to the same

Chapter LXXXII. That the Souls of Dumb Animals are not Immortal

Chapter LXXXIII, LXXXIV. Apparent Arguments to show that the Human Soul does not begin with the Body, but has been from Eternity, with Replies to the same

Chapter LXXXV. That the Soul is not of the substance of God

Chapter LXXXVI. That the Human Soul is not transmitted by Generation

Chapter LXXXVII. That the Human Soul is brought into Being by a Creative Act of God

Chapter LXXXVIII, LXXXIX. Arguments against the Truth of the Conclusion last drawn, with their Solution

Chapter XCI. That there are Subsistent Intelligences not united with Bodies

Chapter XCIII. That Intelligences subsisting apart are not more than one in the same Species

Chapter XCIV. That an Intelligence subsisting apart and a Soul are not of one Species

Chapter XCVI. That Intelligences subsisting apart do not gather their Knowledge from Objects of Sense

Chapter XCVII. That the Mind of an Intelligence subsisting apart is ever in the act of understanding

Chapter Chapter XCVIII. How one separately subsisting Intelligence knows another

Chapter XCIX. That Intelligences subsisting apart know Material Things, that is to say, the Species of Things Corporeal

Chapter C. That Intelligences subsisting apart know Individual Things

Chapter CI. Whether to Separately Subsisting Intelligences all Points of their Natural Knowledge are Simultaneously Present

Book III. God the End of Creatures

Chapter I. Preface to the Book that Follows

Chapter II. That every Agent acts to some End

Chapter III. That every Agent acts to some Good

Chapter IV. That Evil in things is beside the Intention of the Agent

Chapters V, VI. Arguments against the Truth of the Conclusion last drawn, with Solutions of the Same

Chapter VII. That Evil is not a Nature or Essence

Chapters VIII, IX. Arguments against the aforsesaid Conclusion, with Answers to the same

Chapter X. That the Cause of Evil is good

Chapter XI. That Evil is founded in some Good

Chapter XII. That Evil does not entirely swallow up Good

Chapter XIV. That Evil is an Accidental Cause

Chapter XV. That there is not any Sovereign Evil, acting as the Principle of All Evils

Chapter XVI. That the End in View of everything is some Good

Chapter XVII. That all Things are ordained to one End, which is God

Chapter XVIII. How God is the End of all Things

Chapter XIX.

Chapter XX. How Things copy the Divine Goodness

Chapter XXI. That Things aim at Likeness to God in being Causes of other Things

Chapter XXIV. That all Things seek good, even Things devoid of Consciousness

Chapter XXV. That the End of every Subsistent Intelligence is to understand God

Chapter XXVI. That Happiness does not consist in any Act of the Will

Chapter XXVII. That the Happiness of Man does not consist in Bodily Pleasures

Chapter XXVIII, XXIX. That Happiness does not consist in Honours nor in Human Glory

Chapter XXX. That Man’s Happiness does not consist in Riches

Chapter XXXI. That Happiness does not consist in Worldly Power

Chapter XXXII. That Happiness does not consist in the Goods of the Body

Chapter XXXIV. That the Final Happiness Man does not consist in Acts of the Moral Virtues

Chapter XXXVII. That the Final Happiness of Man consists in the Contemplation of God

Chapter XXXVIII. That Human Happiness does not consist in such Knowledge of God as is common to the majority of Mankind

Chapter XXXIX. That Happiness does not consist in the Knowledge of God which is to be had by Demonstration

Chapter XL. That Happiness does not consist in the Knowledge of God by Faith

Chapters XLI–XLV.

Chapter XLVI. That the Soul in this life does not understand itself by itself

Chapter XLVII. That we cannot in this life see God as He essentially is

Chapter XLVIII. That the Final Happiness of Man is not in this Life

Chapter XLIX. That the Knowledge which Pure Spirits have of God through knowing their own Essence does not carry with it a Vision of the Essence of God

Chapter L. That the desire of Pure Intelligences does not rest satisfied in the Natural Knowledge which they have of God

Chapter LI. How God is seen as He essentially is

Chapter LII. That no Created Substance can of its natural power arrive to see God as He essentially is

Chapter LIII. That a Created Intelligence needs some influx of Divine Light to see God in His Essence

Chapter LIV. Arguments against the aforesaid statements, and their Solutions

Chapter LV. That the Created Intelligence does not comprehend the Divine Substance

Chapter LVI. That no Created Intelligence in seeing God sees all things that can be seen in Him

Chapter LVII. That every Intelligence of every grade can be partaker of the vision of God

Chapter LVIII. That one may see God more perfectly than another

Chapter LIX. How they who see the Divine Substance see all things

Chapter LX. That they who see God see all things in Him at once

Chapter LXI. That by the Sight of God one is Partaker of Life Everlasting

Chapter LXII. That they who see God will see Him for ever

Chapter LXIII. How in that Final Happiness every Desire of Man is fulfilled

Chapter LXIV. That God governs things by His Providence

Chapter LXV. That God preserves things in being

Chapter LXVI. That nothing gives Being except in as much as it acts in the Power of God

Chapter LXVII. That God is the Cause of Activity in all Active Agents

Chapter LVIII. That God is everywhere and in all things

Chapter LVIX. Of the Opinion of those who withdraw from Natural Things their Proper Actions

LXX. How the Same Effect is from God and from a Natural Agent

Chapter LXXI. That the Divine Providence is not wholly inconsistent with the presence of Evil in Creation

Chapter LXXII. That Divine Providence is not inconsistent with an element of Contingency in Creation

Chapter LXXIII. That Divine Providence is not inconsistent with Freedom of the Will

Chapter LXXIV. That Divine Providence is not inconsistent with Fortune and Chance

Chapter LXXV. That the Providence of God is exercised over Individual and Contingent Things

Chapter LXXVI. That the Providence of God watches immediately over all Individual Things

Chapter LXXVII. That the arrangements of Divine Providence are carried into execution by means of Secondary Causes

Chapter LXXVIII. That Intelligent Creatures are the Medium through which other Creatures are governed by God

Chapter LXXXI. Of the Subordination of Men one to another

Chapter LXXXVIII. That other Subsistent Intelligences cannot be direct Causes of our Elections and Volitions

Chapter LXXXIX. That the Motion of the Will is caused by God, and not merely by the Power of the Will

Chapter XC. That Human Choices and Volitions are subject to Divine Providence

Chapter XCI. How Human Things are reduced to Higher Causes

Chapter XCII. In what sense one is said to be Fortunate, and how Man is aided by Higher Causes

Chapter XCIII. Of Fate, whether there be such a thing, and if so, what it is

Chapter XCIV. Of the Certainty of Divine Providence

Chapter XCV, XCVI. That the Immutability of Divine Providence does not bar the Utility of Prayer

Chapter XCVI. That God does not hear all Prayers

Chapter XCVII. How the Arrangements of Providence follow a Plan

Chapter XCIX. God can work beyond the Order laid down for Creatures, and produce Effects without Proximate Causes

Chapter C. That the things which God does beyond the Order of Nature are not contrary to Nature

Chapter CI. Of Miracles

Chapter CII. That God alone works Miracles

Chapter CIII. How Separately Subsisting Spirits work certain Wonders, which yet are not true Miracles

Chapter CIV. That the Works of Magicians are not due solely to the Influence of the Heavenly Spheres

Chapter CV. Whence the performances of Magicians derive their Efficacy

Chapter CVI. That the Subsistent Intelligence, which lends Efficacy to Magical Performances, is not Good in both Categories of Being

Chapte CVII. That the Subsistent Intelligence, whose aid is employed in Magic, is not Evil by Nature

Chapter CIX. That in Spirits there may be Sin, and how

Chapters CVIII, CX. Arguments seeming to prove that Sin is impossible to Spirits, with Solutions of the same

Chapter CXII. That Rational Creatures are governed by Providence for their own sakes, and other Creatures in reference to them

Chapter CXIII. That the acts of the Rational Creature are guided by God, not merely to the realisation of the Specific Type, but also to the realisation of the Individual

Chapter CXIV. That it was necessary for a Law to be given to Man by God

Chapter CXV. That the main purpose of the Divine Law is to subordinate Man to God

Chapter CXVI. That the End of the Divine Law is the Love of God

Chapter CXVIII. That by Divine Law men are obliged to a Right Faith

Chapter CXIX. That by certain Sensible Rites our mind is directed to God

Chapter CXX. That the Worship of Latria is to be paid to God alone

Chapter CXXI. That the Divine Law directs man to a Rational Use of Corporeal and Sensible Things

Chapter CXXII. Of the reason for which Simple Fornication is a Sin by Divine Law, and of the Natural Institution of Marriage

Chapter CXXIII. That Marriage ought to be Indissoluble

Chapter CXXIV. That Marriage ought to be between one Man and one Woman

Chapter CXXV. That Marriage ought not to take place between Kindred

Chapter CXXVI. That not all Sexual Intercourse is Sin

Chapter CXXVII. That of no Food is the Use Sinful in itself

Chapter CXXVIII. How the Law of God relates a man to his Neighbour

Chapter CXXIX. That the things commanded by the Divine Law are Right, not only because the Law enacts them, but also according to Nature

Chapter CXXX. That the Divine Government of Men is after the manner of Paternal Government

Chapter CXXXI. Of the Counsels that are given in the Divine Law

Chapters CXXXII, CXXXV. Arguments against Voluntary Poverty, with Replies

Chapters CXXXIII, CXXXVI. Of various Modes of Living adopted by the Votaries of Voluntary Poverty

Chapter CXXXIV. In what the Good of Poverty consists

Chapter CXXXVII. Arguments against Perpetual Continence, with Replies

Chapter CXXXIX. Against those who find fault with Vows

Chapter CXL. That neither all Good Works nor all Sins are Equal

Chapter CXLI. That a Man’s Acts are punished or rewarded by God

Chapter CXLII. Of the Difference and Order of Punishments

Chapter CXLIII. That not all Punishments nor all Rewards are Equal

Chapter CXLIV. Of the Punishment due to Mortal and Venial Sins respectively in regard to the Last End

Chapter CXLV. That the Punishment whereby one is deprived of his Last End is Interminable

Chapter CXLVI. That Sins are punished also by the experience of something Painful

Chapter CXLVII. That it is Lawful for judges to inflict Punishments

Chapter CXLVIII. That Man stands in need of Divine Grace for the Gaining of Happiness

Chapter CXLIX. That the Divine Assistance does not compel a Man to Virtue

Chapter CL. That Man cannot Merit beforehand the said Assistance

Chapter CLI. That the aforesaid Assistance is called ‘Grace,’ and what is the meaning of ‘Grace constituting a State of Grace’

Chapter CLII. That the Grace which constitutes the State of Grace causes in us the Love of God

Chapter CLIII. That Divine Grace causes in us Faith

Chapter CLIV. That Divine Grace causes in us a Hope of future Blessedness

Chapter CLV. Of Graces given gratuitously

Chapter CLVI.That Man needs the Assistance of Divine Grace to persevere in Good

Chapter CLVII. That he who falls from Grace by Sin may be recovered again by Grace

Chapter CLVIII. That Man cannot be delivered from Sin except by Grace

Chapter CLIX. How Man is delivered from Sin

Chapter CLX. That it is reasonably reckoned a Man’s own Fault if he be not converted to God, although he cannot be converted without Grace

Chapter CLXI. That a Man already in Mortal Sin cannot avoid more Mortal Sin without Grace

Chapter CLXII. That some Men God delivers from Sin, and some He leaves in Sin

Chapter CLXIII. That God is Cause of Sin to no Man

Chapter CLXIV. Of Predestination, Reprobation, and Divine Election

Book IV. Of God in His Revelation

Book Title

Chapter I. Preface

Chapter II. Of Generation, Paternity, and Sonship in God

Chapter III. That the Son of God is God

Chapters IV, IX. The Opinion of Photinus touching the Son of God, and its rejection

Chapter V. Rejection of the Opinion of Sabellius concerning the Son of God

Chapter VI. Of the Opinion of Arius concerning the Son of God

Chapter VII. Rejection of Arius’s Position

Chapter VIII. Explanation of the Texts which Arius used to allege for himself

Chapter 12. How the Son of God is called the Wisdom of God

Chapter XVII. That the Holy Ghost is true God

Chapter XVIII. That the Holy Ghost is a Subsistent Person

Chapter XX. Of the Effects which the Scriptures attribute to the Holy Ghost in respect of the whole Creation

Chapter XXI. Of the Effects attributed to the Holy Ghost in Scripture in the way of Gifts bestowed on the Rational Creature

Chapter XXII. Of the Effects attributed to the Holy Ghost in the attraction of the Rational Creature to God

Chapter XXIII. Replies to Arguments alleged against the Divinity of the Holy Ghost

Chapter XXIV. That the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son

Chapter XXVI. That there are only Three Persons in the Godhead, Father and Son and Holy Ghost

Chapter XXVII. Of the Incarnation of the Word according to the Tradition of Holy Scripture

Chapter XXVIII. Of the Error of Photinus concerning the Incarnation

Chapter XXIX. Of the Error of the Manicheans concerning the Incarnation

Chapters XXXII, XXXIII. Of the Error of Arius and Apollinaris concerning the Soul of Christ

Chapter XXXIV. Of the Error of Theodore of Mopsuestia concerning the Union of the Word with Man

Chapter XXXV. Against the Error of Eutyches

Chapter XXXVI. Of the Error of Macarius of Antioch, who posited one Operation only and one Will only in Christ

Chapter XXXIX. The Doctrine of Catholic Faith concerning the Incarnation

Chapter XLI. Some further Elucidation of the Incarnation

Chapter XL, XLIX. Objections against the Faith of the Incarnation, with Replies

Chapter XLIV. That the Human Nature, assumed by the Word, was perfect in Soul and Body in the instant of Conception

Chapter XLV. That Christ was born of a Virgin without prejudice to His true and natural Humanity

Chapters XLVI, XLVII. That Christ was conceived by the Holy Ghost

Chapter LIV. Of the Incarnation as part of the Fitness of Things

Chapter LV. Points of Reply to Difficulties touching the Economy of the Incarnation

Chapter L. That Original Sin is transmitted from our First Parent to his Posterity

Chapter LI, LII. Arguments against Original Sin, with Replies

Chapter LVI. Of the Need of Sacraments

Chapter LVII. Of the Difference between the Sacraments of the Old and of the New Law

Chapter LVIII. Of the Number of the Sacraments of the New Law

Chapter LIX. Of Baptism

Chapter LX. Of Confirmation

Chapter LXI. Of the Eucharist

Chapter LXIII. Of the Conversion of Bread into the Body of Christ

Chapter LXIV. An Answer to Difficulties raised in respect of Place

Chapter LXV. The Difficulty of the Accidents remaining

Chapter LXVI. What happens when the Sacramental Species pass away

Chapter LXVII. Answer to the Difficulty raised in respect of the Breaking of the Host

Chapter LXVIII. The Explanation of a Text

Chapter LXIX. Of the kind of Bread and Wine that ought to be used for the Consecration of this Sacrament

Chapter LXX. That it is possible for a man to sin after receiving Sacramental Grace

Chapter LXXI. That a man who sins after the Grace of the Sacraments may be converted to Grace

Chapter LXXII. Of the need of the Sacrament of Penance, and of the Parts thereof

Chapter LXXIII. Of the Sacrament of Extreme Unction

Chapter LXXIV. Of the Sacrament of Order

Chapter LXXV. Of the Distinction of Orders

Chapter LXXVI. Of the Episcopal Dignity, and that therein one Bishop is Supreme

Chapter LXXVII. That Sacraments can be administered even by Wicked Ministers

Chapter LXXVIII. Of the Sacrament of Matrimony

Chapter LXXIX. That through Christ the Resurrection of our Bodies will take place

Chapter LXXXI. Some Points of Reply to Difficulties on the Resurrection

Chapter LXXXII. That Men shall rise again Immortal

Chapter LXXXIII. hat in the Resurrection there will be no use of Food or Intercourse of the Sexes

Chaptr LXXXIV. That Risen Bodies shall be of the same Nature as before

Chapter LXXXV. That the Bodies of the Risen shall be otherwise organised than before

Chapter LXXXVI. Of the Qualities of Glorified Bodies

Chapter LXXXVIII. Of Sex and Age in the Resurrection

Chapter LXXXIX. Of the quality of Risen Bodies in the Lost

Chapter XC. How Incorporeal Subsistent Spirits suffer from Corporeal Fire, and are befittingly punished with Corporeal Punishments

Chapter XCI. That Souls enter upon Punishment or Reward immediately after their Separation from their Bodies

Chapter XCII. That the Souls of the Saints after Death have their Will immutably fixed on Good

Chapter XCIII. That the Souls of the Wicked after Death have their Will immutably fixed on Evil

Chapter XCIV. Of the Immutability of the Will of Souls detained in Purgatory

Chapter XCV. Of the General Cause of Immutability in all Souls after their Separation from the Body

Chapter CXVI. Of the Last Judgement

Chapter XCVII. Of the State of the World after the Judgement



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