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Divine Perfection and Human Potentiality by Jarred A. Mercerunderstanding Hilary not only as an important historical figure, but as a noteworthy and independent thinker. contends that in all of Hilary's polemical and constructive argumentation, which is essentially trinitarian, he is inherently developing an anthropology.
The Trinity by Stephen McKennadiscussion of the relationship between God the Father and God the Son: they are consubstantial, co-eternal, and fully equal. earliest study of Trinitarian doctrine in the Latin language. Online available.
A Model for the Christian Life: Commentary on Psalms by Paul C. Burnsemploys the Psalms to explore three progressive stages of the Christian life--baptism, resurrection, and transformation--then proposes a complex, integrated model for the Christian life. discusses the intended audience of Hilary's text and the use of the Psalms by Christians in the fourth century.