Introductory Note to Clement of Alexandria
Chapter I.--Exhortation to Abandon the Impious Mysteries of Idolatry for the Adoration of the Divine Word and God the Father.
Chapter II.--The Absurdity and Impiety of the Heathen Mysteries and Fables About the Birth and Death of Their Gods.
Chapter III.--The Cruelty of the Sacrifices to the Gods.
Chapter IV.--The Absurdity and Shamefulness of the Images by Which the Gods are Worshipped.
Chapter V.--The Opinions of the Philosophers Respecting God.
Chapter VI.--By Divine Inspiration Philosophers Sometimes Hit on the Truth.
Chapter VII.--The Poets Also Bear Testimony to the Truth.
Chapter VIII.--The True Doctrine is to Be Sought in the Prophets.
Chapter IX.--"That Those Grievously Sin Who Despise or Neglect God's Gracious Calling."
Chapter X.--Answer to the Objection of the Heathen, that It Was Not Right to Abandon the Customs of Their Fathers.
Chapter XI.--How Great are the Benefits Conferred on Man Through the Advent of Christ.
Chapter XII.--Exhortation to Abandon Their Old Errors and Listen to the Instructions of Christ.