Chap. I.--Of Divine and Human Wisdom.
Chap. II.--Of the Truth and Its Steps, and of God.
Chap. III.--Of the Good and Evil Things in Human Affairs, and of Their Author.
Chap. IV.--Of God and His Affections, and the Censure of Epicurus.
Chap. V.--The Opinion of the Stoics Concerning God; Of His Anger and Kindness.
Chap. VI.--That God is Angry.
Chap. VII.--Of Man, and the Brute Animals, and Religion.
Chap. VIII.--Of Religion.
Chap. IX.--Of the Providence of God, and of Opinions Opposed to It.
Chap. X.--Of the Origin of the World, and the Nature of Affairs, and the Providence of God.
Chap. XI.--Of God, and that the One God, and by Whose Providence the World is Governed and Exists.
Chap. XII.--Of Religion and the Fear of God.
Chap. XIII.--Of the Advantage and Use of the World and of the Seasons.
Chap. XIV.--Why God Made Man.
Chap. XV.--Whence Sins Extended to Man.
Chap. XVI.--Of God, and His Anger and Affections.
Chap. XVII.--Of God, His Care and Anger.
Chap. XVIII.--Of the Punishment of Faults, that It Cannot Take Place Without Anger.
Chap. XIX.--Of the Soul and Body, and of Providence.
Chap. XX.--Of Offences, and the Mercy of God.
Chap. XXI.--Of the Anger of God and Man.
Chap. XXII.--Of Sins, and the Verses of the Sibyls Respecting Them Recited.
Chap. XXIII.--Of the Anger of God and the Punishment of Sins, and a Recital of the Verses of the Sibyls Respecting It; And, Moreover, a Reproof and Exhortation.