BOOK VI



Index

CONSPECT

CHAPTER 1. THE SON, ACCORDING TO THE APOSTLE, IS THE POWER AND WISDOM OF THE FATHER. HENCE THE REASONING OF THE CATHOLICS AGAINST THE EARLIER ARIANS. A DIFFICULTY IS RAISED, WHETHER THE FATHER IS NOT WISDOM HIMSELF, BUT ONLY THE FATHER OF WISDOM.

CHAPTER 2. WHAT IS SAID OF THE FATHER AND SON TOGETHER, AND WHAT NOT.

CHAPTER 3. THAT THE UNITY OF THE ESSENCE OF THE FATHER AND THE SON IS TO BE GATHERED FROM THE WORDS, "WE ARE ONE." THE SON IS EQUAL TO THE FATHER BOTH IN WISDOM AND IN ALL OTHER THINGS.

CHAPTER 4. THE SAME ARGUMENT CONTINUED.

CHAPTER 5. THE HOLY SPIRIT ALSO IS EQUAL TO THE FATHER AND THE SON IN ALL THINGS.

CHAPTER 6. HOW GOD IS A SUBSTANCE BOTH SIMPLE AND MANIFOLD.

CHAPTER 7. GOD IS A TRINITY, BUT NOT TRIPLE

CHAPTER 8. NO ADDITION CAN BE MADE TO THE NATURE OF GOD.

CHAPTER 9. WHETHER ONE OR THE THREE PERSONS TOGETHER ARE CALLED THE ONLY GOD.

CHAPTER 10. OF THE ATTRIBUTES ASSIGNED BY HILARY TO EACH PERSON. THE TRINITY IS REPRESENTED IN THINGS THAT ARE MADE.