Nicaea and Its Legacy is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the debates in the 4th century. However, its constructive proposal follows some of the most unhelpful trends in contemporary theology.
Putman describes the causes of and prescribes a treatment for theological division, revealing in the process the danger threatening Evangelical theology.
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.
By making the case for theological triage, Ortlund has made a great contribution. However, the nature of theological triage raises significant questions.