Chapter II.--Justin describes his studies in philosophy.
Chapter III.--Justin narrates the manner of his conversion.
Chapter IV.--The soul of itself cannot see God.
Chapter V.--The soul is not in its own nature immortal.
Chapter VI.--These things were unknown to Plato and other philosophers.
Chapter VII.--The knowledge of truth to be sought from the prophets alone.
Chapter VIII.--Justin by his colloquy is kindled with love to Christ.
Chapter IX.--The Christians have not believed groundless stories.
Chapter X.--Trypho blames the Christians for this alone--the non-observance of the law.
Chapter XI.--The law abrogated; the New Testament promised and given by God.
Chapter XII.--The Jews violate the eternal law, and interpret ill that of Moses.
Chapter XIII.--Isaiah teaches that sins are forgiven through Christ's blood.
Chapter XIV.--Righteousness is not placed in Jewish rites but in the conversion of the heart given in baptism by Christ.
Chapter XV.--In what the true fasting consists.
Chapter XVI.--Circumcision given as a sign, that the Jews might be driven away for their evil deeds done to Christ and the Christians.
Chapter XVII.--The Jews sent persons through the whole earth to spread calumnies on Christians.
Chapter XVIII.--Christians would observe the law, if they did not know why it was instituted.
Chapter XIX.--Circumcision unknown before Abraham.
Chapter XX.--Why choice of meats was prescribed.
Chapter XXI.--Sabbaths were instituted on account of the people's sins, and not for a work of righteousness.
Chapter XXII.--So also were sacrifices and oblations.
Chapter XXIII.--The opinion of the Jews regarding the law does an injury to God.
Chapter XXIV.--The Christians' circumcision far more excellent.
Chapter XXV.--The Jews boast in vain that they are sons of Abraham.
Chapter XXVI.--No salvation to the Jews except through Christ.
Chapter XXVII.--Why God taught the same things by the prophets as by Moses.
Chapter XXVIII.--True righteousness is obtained by Christ.
Chapter XXIX.--Christ is useless to those who observe the law.
Chapter XXX.--Christians possess the true righteousness.
Chapter XXXI.--If Christ's power be now so great, how much greater at the second advent!
Chapter XXXII.--Trypho objecting that Christ is described as glorious by Daniel, Justin distinguishes two advents.
Chapter XXXIII.--Ps. cx. is not spoken of Hezekiah He proves that Christ was first humble, then shall be glorious.
Chapter XXXIV.--Nor does Ps. lxxii. apply to Solomon, whose faults Christians shudder at.
Chapter XXXV.--Heretics confirm the Catholics in the faith.
Chapter XXXVI.--He proves that Christ is called Lord of Hosts.
Chapter XXXVII.--The same is proved from other Psalms.
Chapter XXXVIII.--It is an annoyance to the Jew that Christ is said to be adored Justin confirms it, however, from Ps. xlv.
Chapter XXXIX.--The Jews hate the Christians who believe this How great the distinction is between both!
Chapter XL.--He returns to the Mosaic laws, and proves that they were figures of the things which pertain to Christ.
Chapter XLI.--The oblation of fine flour was a figure of the Eucharist.
Chapter XLII.--The bells on the priest's robe were a figure of the apostles.
Chapter XLIII.--He concludes that the law had an end in Christ, who was born of the Virgin.
Chapter XLIV.--The Jews in vain promise themselves salvation, which cannot be obtained except through Christ.
Chapter XLV.--Those who were righteous before and under the law shall be saved by Christ.
Chapter XLVI.--Trypho asks whether a man who keeps the law even now will be saved Justin proves that it contributes nothing to righteousness.
Chapter XLVII.--Justin communicates with Christians who observe the law Not a few Catholics do otherwise.
Chapter XLVIII.--Before the divinity of Christ is proved, he [Trypho] demands that it be settled that He is Christ.
Chapter XLIX.--To those who object that Elijah has not yet come, he replies that he is the precursor of the first advent.
Chapter L.--It is proved from Isaiah that John is the precursor of Christ.
Chapter LI.--It is proved that this prophecy has been fulfilled.
Chapter LII.--Jacob predicted two advents of Christ.
Chapter LIII.--Jacob predicted that Christ would ride on an ass, and Zechariah confirms it.
Chapter LIV.--What the blood of the grape signifies.
Chapter LV.--Trypho asks that Christ be proved God, but without metaphor Justin promises to do so.
Chapter LVI.--God who appeared to Moses is distinguished from God the Father.
Chapter LVII.--The Jew objects, why is He said to have eaten, if He be God? Answer of Justin.
Chapter LVIII.--The same is proved from the visions which appeared to Jacob.
Chapter LIX.--God distinct from the Father conversed with Moses.
Chapter LX.--Opinions of the Jews with regard to Him who appeared in the bush.
Chapter LXI--Wisdom is begotten of the Father, as fire from fire.
Chapter LXII.--The words "Let Us make man" agree with the testimony of Proverbs.
Chapter LXIII.--It is proved that this God was incarnate.
Chapter LXIV.--Justin adduces other proofs to the Jew, who denies that he needs this Christ.
Chapter LXV.--The Jew objects that God does not give His glory to another Justin explains the passage.
Chapter LXVI.--He proves from Isaiah that God was born from a virgin.
Chapter LXVII.--Trypho compares Jesus with Perseus; and would prefer [to say] that He was elected [to be Christ] on account of observance of the law. Justin speaks of the law as formerly.
Chapter LXVIII.--He complains of the obstinacy of Trypho; he answers his objection; he convicts the Jews of bad faith.
Chapter LXIX.--The devil, since he emulates the truth, has invented fables about Bacchus, Hercules, and Æsculapius.
Chapter LXX.--So also the mysteries of Mithras are distorted from the prophecies of Daniel and Isaiah.
Chapter LXXI.--The Jews reject the interpretation of the LXX., from which, moreover, they have taken away some passages.
Chapter LXXII.--Passages have been removed by the Jews from Esdras and Jeremiah.
Chapter LXXIII.--[The words] "From the wood" have been cut out of Ps. xcvi.
Chapter LXXIV.--The beginning of Ps. xcvi. is attributed to the Father [by Trypho] But [it refers] to Christ by these words: "Tell ye among the nations that the Lord," etc.
Chapter LXXV.--It is proved that Jesus was the name of God in the book of Exodus.
Chapter LXXVI.--From other passages the same majesty and government of Christ are proved.
Chapter LXXVII.--He returns to explain the prophecy of Isaiah.
Chapter LXXVIII.--He proves that this prophecy harmonizes with Christ alone, from what is afterwards written.
Chapter LXXIX.--He proves against Trypho that the wicked angels have revolted from God.
Chapter LXXX.--The opinion of Justin with regard to the reign of a thousand years Several Catholics reject it.
Chapter LXXXI.--He endeavours to prove this opinion from Isaiah and the Apocalypse.
Chapter LXXXII.--The prophetical gifts of the Jews were transferred to the Christians.
Chapter LXXXIII.--It is proved that the Psalm, "The Lord said to My Lord," etc., does not suit Hezekiah.
Chapter LXXXIV.--That prophecy, "Behold, a virgin," etc., suits Christ alone.
Chapter LXXXV.--He proves that Christ is the Lord of Hosts from Ps. xxiv., and from his authority over demons.
Chapter LXXXVI.--There are various figures in the Old Testament of the wood of the cross by which Christ reigned.
Chapter LXXXVII.--Trypho maintains in objection these words: "And shall rest on Him," etc They are explained by Justin.
Chapter LXXXVIII.--Christ has not received the Holy Spirit on account of poverty.
Chapter LXXXIX.--The cross alone is offensive to Trypho on account of the curse, yet it proves that Jesus is Christ.
Chapter XC.--The stretched-out hands of Moses signified beforehand the cross.
Chapter XCI.--The cross was foretold in the blessings of Joseph, and in the serpent that was lifted up.
Chapter XCII.--Unless the scriptures be understood through God's great grace, God will not appear to have taught always the same righteousness.
Chapter XCIII.--The same kind of righteousness is bestowed on all Christ comprehends it in two precepts.
Chapter XCIV.--In what sense he who hangs on a tree is cursed.
Chapter XCV.--Christ took upon Himself the curse due to us.
Chapter XCVI.--That curse was a prediction of the things which the Jews would do.
Chapter XCVII.--Other predictions of the cross of Christ.
Chapter XCVIII.--Predictions of Christ in Ps. xxii.
Chapter XCIX.--In the commencement of the Psalm are Christ's dying words.
Chapter C.--In what sense Christ is [called] Jacob, and Israel, and Son of Man.
Chapter CI.--Christ refers all things to the Father
Chapter CII.--The prediction of the events which happened to Christ when He was born Why God permitted it.
Chapter CIII.--The Pharisees are the bulls: the roaring lion is Herod or the devil.
Chapter CIV.--Circumstances of Christ's death are predicted in this Psalm.
Chapter CV.--The Psalm also predicts the crucifixion and the subject of the last prayers of Christ on Earth.
Chapter CVI.--Christ's resurrection is foretold in the conclusion of the Psalm.
Chapter CVII.--The same is taught from the history of Jonah.
Chapter CVIII.--The resurrection of Christ did not convert the Jews But through the whole world they have sent men to accuse Christ.
Chapter CIX.--The conversion of the Gentiles has been predicted by Micah.
Chapter CX.--A portion of the prophecy already fulfilled in the Christians: the rest shall be fulfilled at the second advent.
Chapter CXI.--The two advents were signified by the two goats Other figures of the first advent, in which the Gentiles are freed by the blood of Christ.
Chapter CXII.--The Jews expound these signs jejunely and feebly, and take up their attention only with insignificant matters.
Chapter CXIII.--Joshua was a figure of Christ.
Chapter CXIV.--Some rules for discerning what is said about Christ The circumcision of the Jews is very different from that which Christians receive.
Chapter CXV.--Prediction about the Christians in Zechariah The malignant way which the Jews have in disputations.
Chapter CXVI.--It is shown how this prophecy suits the Christians.
Chapter CXVII.--Malachi's prophecy concerning the sacrifices of the Christians It cannot be taken as referring to the prayers of Jews of the dispersion.
Chapter CXVIII.--He exhorts to repentance before Christ comes; in whom Christians, since they believe, are far more religious than Jews.
Chapter CXIX.--Christians are the holy people promised to Abraham They have been called like Abraham.
Chapter CXX.--Christians were promised to Isaac, Jacob, and Judah.
Chapter CXXI.--From the fact that the Gentiles believe in Jesus, it is evident that He is Christ.
Chapter CXXII.--The Jews understand this of the proselytes without reason.
Chapter CXXIII.--Ridiculous interpretations of the Jews. Christians are the true Israel.
Chapter CXXIV.--Christians are the sons of God.
Chapter CXXV.--He explains what force the word Israel has, and how it suits Christ.
Chapter CXXVI.--The various names of Christ according to both natures It is shown that He is God, and appeared to the patriarchs.
Chapter CXXVII.--These passages of Scripture do not apply to the Father, but to the Word.
Chapter CXXVIII.--The Word is sent not as an inanimate power, but as a person begotten of the Father's substance.
Chapter CXXIX.--That is confirmed from other passages of Scripture.
Chapter CXXX.--He returns to the conversion of the Gentiles, and shows that it was foretold.
Chapter CXXXI.--How much more faithful to God the Gentiles are who are converted to Christ than the Jews.
Chapter CXXXII.--How great the power was of the name of Jesus in the Old Testament.
Chapter CXXXIII.--The hard-heartedness of the Jews, for whom the Christians pray.
Chapter CXXXIV.--The marriages of Jacob are a figure of the Church.
Chapter CXXXV.--Christ is king of Israel, and Christians are the Israelitic race.
Chapter CXXXVI.--The Jews, in rejecting Christ, rejected God who sent him.
Chapter CXXXVII.--He exhorts the Jews to be converted.
Chapter CXXXVIII.--Noah is a figure of Christ, who has regenerated us by water, and faith, and wood: [i.e., the cross.]
Chapter CXXXIX.--The blessings, and also the curse, pronounced by Noah were prophecies of the future.
Chapter CXL.--In Christ all are free. The Jews hope for salvation in vain because they are sons of Abraham.
Chapter CXLI.--Free-will in men and angels.
Chapter CXLII.--The Jews return thanks, and leave Justin.