Chapter I.--Of Heathen Repentance.
Chapter II.--True Repentance a Thing Divine, Originated by God, and Subject to His Laws.
Chapter III.--Sins May Be Divided into Corporeal and Spiritual Both Equally Subject, If Not to Human, Yet to Divine Investigation and Punishment.
Chapter IV.--Repentance Applicable to All the Kinds of Sin To Be Practised Not Only, Nor Chiefly, for the Good It Brings, But Because God Commands It.
Chapter V.--Sin Never to Be Returned to After Repentance.
Chapter VI.--Baptism Not to Be Presumptously Received It Requires Preceding Repentance, Manifested by Amendment of Life.
Chapter VII.--Of Repentance, in the Case of Such as Have Lapsed After Baptism.
Chapter VIII.--Examples from Scripture to Prove the Lord's Willingness to Pardon.
Chapter IX.--Concerning the Outward Manifestations by Which This Second Repentance is to Be Accompanied.
Chapter X.--Of Men's Shrinking from This Second Repentance and Exomologesis, and of the Unreasonableness of Such Shrinking.
Chapter XI.--Further Strictures on the Same Subject.
Chapter XII.--Final Considerations to Induce to Exomologesis.
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