BOOK V



Index

CONSPECT

CHAPTER 1. WHAT THE AUTHOR ENTREATS FROM GOD, WHAT FROM THE READER. IN GOD NOTHING IS TO BE THOUGHT CORPOREAL OR CHANGEABLE.

CHAPTER 2. GOD THE ONLY UNCHANGEABLE ESSENCE.

CHAPTER 3. THE ARGUMENT OF THE ARIANS IS REFUTED, WHICH IS DRAWN FROM THE WORDS BEGOTTEN AND UNBEGOTTEN.

CHAPTER 4. THE ACCIDENTAL ALWAYS IMPLIES SOME CHANGE IN THE THING.

CHAPTER 5. NOTHING IS SPOKEN OF GOD ACCORDING TO ACCIDENT, BUT ACCORDING TO SUBSTANCE OR ACCORDING TO RELATION.

CHAPTER 6. REPLY IS MADE TO THE CAVILS OF THE HERETICS IN RESPECT TO THE SAME WORDS BEGOTTEN AND UNBEGOTTEN.

CHAPTER 7. THE ADDITION OF A NEGATIVE DOES NOT CHANGE THE PREDICAMENT.

CHAPTER 8. WHATEVER IS SPOKEN OF GOD ACCORDING TO SUBSTANCE, AS SPOKEN OF EACH PERSON SEVERALLY, AND TOGETHER OF THE TRINITY ITSELF. ONE ESSENCE IN GOD, AND THREE, IN GREEK, HYPOSTASES, IN LATIN, PERSONS.

CHAPTER 9. THE THREE PERSONS NOT PROPERLY SO CALLED [IN A HUMAN SENSE].

CHAPTER 10. THOSE THINGS WHICH BELONG ABSOLUTELY TO GOD AS AN ESSENCE, ARE SPOKEN OF THE TRINITY IN THE SINGULAR, NOT IN THE PLURAL.

CHAPTER 11. WHAT IS SAID RELATIVELY IN THE TRINITY,

CHAPTER 12. IN RELATIVE THINGS THAT ARE RECIPROCAL, NAMES ARE SOMETIMES WANTING.

CHAPTER 13. HOW THE WORD BEGINNING (PRINCIPIUM) IS SPOKEN RELATIVELY IN THE TRINITY.

CHAPTER 14. THE FATHER AND THE SON THE ONLY BEGINNING (PRINCIPIUM) OF THE HOLY SPIRIT.

CHAPTER 15. WHETHER THE HOLY SPIRIT WAS A GIFT BEFORE AS WELL AS AFTER HE WAS GIVEN.

CHAPTER 16. WHAT IS SAID OF GOD IN TIME, IS SAID RELATIVELY, NOT ACCIDENTALLY.