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.
Dane Ortlund's Gentle and Lowly fails to demonstrate what it is explicitly seeking to but beautifully succeeds in doing something else.