I.  Breviloquium by St. Bonaventure Translated by Erwin Esser , A.m., Mus.m., Ll.b.

II.  Prologue

1.  Breadth of Holy Scripture

2.  Length of Holy Scripture

3.  Height of Holy Scripture

4.  Depth of Holy Scripture

5.  Mode of Proceeding in Holy Scripture

6.  Manner of Explaining Holy Scripture

Trinity of God

III.  A Summary of the Seven Topics with Which Theology Deals

IV.  Trinity

A.  Trinity of Persons, Unity of Essence

1.  Understanding of This Belief

2.  Catholic Expression of This Belief

B.  Unity Of The Divine Nature

1.  Multiformity of Apparitions

2.  Multiplicity of Appropriations

C.  Omnipotence of God

D.  Wisdom, Predestination, and Foreknowledge of God

1.  Will and Providence of God

V.  Creation of the World

A.  Production of the Entire World

B.  Corporeal Nature

1.  Becoming

2.  Existence

3.  Operation and Influence

C.  Mode of Representation in Scripture

D.  Higher Spirits

1.  Production

2.  Apostasy of the Demons

3.  Confirmation of the Good Angels

E.  Production Of Man

1.  Spirit

2.  Body

3.  Entire Composite

F.  Completion and Ordination of the Finished World

VI.  Corruption of Sin

A.  Origin of Evil in General

B.  Our First Parents Sinned

1.  Temptation

2.  Transgression

3.  Punishment

C.  Original Sin Spreads

1.  Corruption

2.  Transmission

3.  Cure

D.  Origin of Sins

1.  Actual Sin

2.  Capital Sins

3.  Sins Which are a Punishment

4.  Sins against the Holy Spirit

VII.  Incarnation of the Word

A.  Reason for the Incarnation

B.  Incarnation

1.  Union of Natures

2.  Mode

3.  Time

C.  Fullness

1.  Grace of Christ: Gifts in Our Affections

2.  Wisdom in His Intellect

3.  Merit in its Effect

D.  Passion Of Christ

1.  State of the Sufferer

2.  Mode of Suffering

3.  Termination of the Passion

VIII.  Grace of the Holy Spirit

A.  Grace

1.  Gift Divinely Given

2.  Aid to Meritorious Good

3.  Remedy for Sin

B.  Branching Of Grace into Habits

1.  Virtues

2.  Gifts

3.  Beatitudes and as a Consequence Fruits and Senses

C.  Practice Of Grace

1.  What is to Be Believed

2.  What is to Be Loved

3.  Observing of Precepts and Counsels

4.  Petition and Prayer

IX.  Sacramental Remedy

A.  Origin

B.  Variety

C.  Number and Distinction

D.  Institution

E.  Dispensation

F.  Repetition

G.  Integrity

1.  Baptism

2.  Confirmation

3.  Eucharist

4.  Penance

5.  Extreme Unction

6.  Orders

7.  Matrimony

X.  Final Judgment

A.  General

B.  Antecedents

1.  Punishment of Purgatory

2.  Intercessions of the Church

C.  Concomitants

1.  Burning of the Fires

2.  Resurrection of Our Bodies

D.  Consequents

1.  Infernal Punishment

2.  Glory of Paradise