Chapter II.--Urbicus condemns the Christians to death.
Chapter III.--Justin accuses Crescens of ignorant prejudice against the Christians.
Chapter IV.--Why the Christians do not kill themselves.
Chapter V.--How the angels transgressed.
Chapter VI.--Names of God and of Christ, their meaning and power.
Chapter VII.--The world preserved for the sake of Christians. Man's responsibility.
Chapter VIII.--All have been hated in whom the Word has dwelt.
Chapter IX.--Eternal punishment not a mere threat.
Chapter X.--Christ compared with Socrates.
Chapter XI.--How Christians view death.
Chapter XII.--Christians proved innocent by their contempt of death.
Chapter XIII.--How the Word has been in all men.
Chapter XIV.--Justin prays that this appeal be published.