God's Messiah in the Old Testament has great promise but has a methodological flaw at the heart of its argument.
Frances Young has provided an invaluable introduction to 4th and 5th-century theology from which both graduate students and beginners will benefit.
The Nicene Faith is a significant but theologically problematic survey of the major works and thinkers surrounding Nicaea and 4th-century theology.
The Way to Nicaea makes a significant contribution to Patristic scholarship, but the value of the book is limited by its hermeneutical framework.
William's Arius is a significant work in Patristic scholarship and has enduring value for the student and scholar studying this period.