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Gregory of Nyssa by Anthony Meredithconcise and accessible introduction to the thought of this early church father with translations of selections of writings: debates about the nature of God with a form of extreme Arianism his discussion of the nature and work of the Holy Ghost, against the so-called 'Spirit fighters' his defence of the humanity of Christ against those who denied it (notably Apollinarius) the nature of fate and other philosophical issues. Online available.
Anti-Apollinarian Writings by Robin Ortonattacking the Christological teaching of Apolinarius of Laodicea and his followers. These are the substantial treatise Refutation of the Views of Apolinarius (the Antirrheticus) and the short letter to the Bishop of Alexandria, To Theophilus, Against the Apollinarians. The Antirrheticus is a hostile commentary on Apolinarius's work entitled The Demonstration (Apodeixis) of the Divine Enfleshment according to the Likeness of a Human Being. The Apodeixis and Antirrheticus. Online available.
Gregory of Nyssa by Hubertus R. Drobner et al.English translation of Gregorys Homilies on the Beatitudes by Stuart Hall, accompanied by a thorough commentary. focus on further general and particular topics of the homilies. Online available.