§§2-5. Those who, while rejecting Arianism, would avoid Sabellianism, must accept the eternal divine Generation of the Son.
§§6, 7. [Digression: the humiliation of the Word explained against the Arians.]
§8. The eternity of Christ's Kingdom and of His Person implied each in the other.
§§9-12. In what sense Christ and the Father are, and are not, one. The divine gennesis.
§§13, 14. The doctrine of divine dilatation and contraction denies true personal distinctions in the Godhead.
§§15-24. The Son and the Word identical. Refutation of the three alternative suppositions, and of the argument alleged from the O.T. in support of them.
§25. Final refutation of the doctrine of dilatation.
§§26-36. The Scriptural identification of Son and Word refutes the restriction of the former title to the man Jesus.