|Note on Quotations and References||xvi|
|1 Grace and the Central Issue of the Christological Controversy ||1|
|2 Christ as the Uniquely Graced Man in Theodore and Nestorius ||28|
|3 Grace as the Sharing of Divine Communion in Cyril's Early Writings ||63|
|4 God's Own Son as the Source of Grace in Cyril's Later Writings ||105|
|5 Grace as Deepening Communion with God in Cassian's Monastic Writings ||133|
|6 Grace and the Saviour's Personal Subject in Cassian's De incarnatione Domini||169|
|7 Grace and the Logos' Double Birth in the Early Church ||200|
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Book title: Grace and Christology in the Early Church.
Contributors: Donald Fairbairn - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: xi.
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