Chapter I.--The self-evidencing power of truth.
Chapter II.--Objections to the resurrection of the flesh.
Chapter III.--If the members rise, must they discharge the same functions as now?
Chapter IV.--Must the deformed rise deformed?
Chapter V.--The resurrection of the flesh is not impossible.
Chapter VI.--The resurrection consistent with the opinions of the philosophers.
Chapter VII.--The body valuable in God's sight.
Chapter VIII.--Does the body cause the soul to sin?
Chapter IX.--The resurrection of Christ proves that the body rises.
Chapter X.--The body saved, and will therefore rise.