The Doctrine of Life for the New Jerusalem
By Emanuel Swedenborg
CONTENTS (compiled by translator)
I. Faith is an internal acknowledgment of truth (n. 1-12).
II. The internal acknowledgment of truth, which is faith, exists with none but those who are in charity (n. 13-24).
III. The knowledges (cognitiones) of truth and of good are not matters of real belief (fidei) until the man is in charity, but are the storehouse of material out of which the faith of charity can be formed (n. 25-33).
IV. The Christian faith in its universal idea or form (n. 34-37).
V.. The faith of the present day in its universal idea or form (n. 38-42)
VI. The nature of faith that is separated from charity (n. 44-48)
VII. In the Word they who are in faith separated from charity are represented by the "Philistines" (n. 49-54)
VIII. Those who are in faith separated from charity are meant by the "Dragon" in the Revelation (n. 55-60)
IX. Those who are in faith separated from charity are meant by the "goats" in Daniel and in Matthew (n. 61-68)
X. That faith separated from charity destroys the Church and all things of it (n. 69)