Chapter I.--Wide Scope of the Word Idolatry.
Chapter II.--Idolatry in Its More Limited Sense. Its Copiousness.
Chapter III.--Idolatry: Origin and Meaning of the Name.
Chapter IV.--Idols Not to Be Made, Much Less Worshipped. Idols and Idol-Makers in the Same Category.
Chapter V. --Sundry Objections or Excuses Dealt with.
Chapter VI.--Idolatry Condemned by Baptism. To Make an Idol Is, in Fact, to Worship It.
Chapter VII.--Grief of the Faithful at the Admission of Idol-Makers into the Church; Nay, Even into the Ministry.
Chapter VIII.--Other Arts Made Subservient to Idolatry. Lawful Means of Gaining a Livelihood Abundant.
Chapter IX.--Professions of Some Kinds Allied to Idolatry. Of Astrology in Particular.
Chapter X.--Of Schoolmasters and Their Difficulties.
Chapter XI.--Connection Between Covetousness and Idolatry. Certain Trades, However Gainful, to Be Avoided.
Chapter XII.--Further Answers to the Plea, How Am I to Live?
Chapter XIII.--Of the Observance of Days Connected with Idolatry.
Chapter XIV.--Of Blasphemy. One of St. Paul's Sayings.
Chapter XV.--Concerning Festivals in Honour of Emperors, Victories, and the Like
Chapter XVI.--Concerning Private Festivals.
Chapter XVII.--The Cases of Servants and Other Officials. What Offices a Christian Man May Hold.
Chapter XVIII.--Dress as Connected with Idolatry.
Chapter XIX.--Concerning Military Service.
Chapter XX.--Concerning Idolatry in Words.
Chapter XXI.--Of Silent Acquiescence in Heathen Formularies.
Chapter XXII.--Of Accepting Blessing in the Name of Idols.
Chapter XXIII.--Written Contracts in the Name of Idols. Tacit Consent.
Chapter XXIV.--General Conclusion.