Dialogue 1 In Which Sin
and the Fall, with their consequences, are the subject of Discourse between
Mr. Enquirer and Mr. Instructor, whose names are subsequently exchanged for
Senior and Junior.
Dialogue 2 In which a
Discourse is carried on concerning Regeneration, which subject is opened and
Dialogue 3 Which contains
a Discourse on Salvation, in its Nature, Fruits, and Effects, as proceeding
from the Covenant of the Eternal Three in the one Incomprehensible Jehovah.
Dialogue 4 A Discourse,
in which an Account is given how this Salvation is received, in the
knowledge of it, into the regenerate Mind, by the operation of the Holy
Ghost upon it.
Dialogue 5 A Discourse on
the Holy Trinity, as made known by the Doctrine of Christís person, to
such as are born again.
Dialogue 6 What is
contained in the Knowledge of Christ, and how the Saints are brought to know
him, are the subjects of this discourse.
Dialogue 7 The subject of
this Discourse is, On Communion with Christ: in which fellowship, the Lord
is pleased, in an especial manner, to open his heart most freely to his
Dialogue 8 On the
Ordinances of Baptism and the Lordís Supper: these are the subjects of
Dialogue 9 This Discourse
is on Church Fellowship.
Dialogue 10 A Discourse on
Death: what it is, and what it prepares for, are enquired into.
Dialogue 11 A Discourse on
an Entrance into the Invisible State, and the same opened and explained, so
far as the written, so far as the written Word of God, gives warrant for.
Dialogue 12 A Discourse on
Heaven, Glory, and Eternal Life, as set forth to view, and revealed to our
faith in the word of inspiration.