1. Transmission Implications Regarding the Authorship of Cyril of Jerusalem's Mystagogic Catacheses; 2. The Transformation of Fulgentius of Ruspe in the Carolingian Age; 3. Bishop Severus and the Jewish Conversation on Marilyn C. Kincaid; 4. Three Source Arguments for the Two-Way in Didache and Barnabas; 5. The Question of Arian Interpolations in Methodius' Symposium; 6. Possible Apollinarian Interpolations in the Short Recension of Athanasius' Contra Gentes and De Incarnatione; 7. The Passion of Cyprian in the So-Called "Donatist Dossier" of Wurzburgh M. p. th. f. 33; 8. Transformation of the World: Victorinus of and the Ending of His Commentarius in Apocalypsim; 9. Authorial Commentary in Hilary of Poitiers' De Synodis; 10. De Sacramentis into De Mysteriis: Ambrose of Milan as Author and Editor; 11. In Search of "Le Texte Veritible": The Rescension of Kephalaia Gnostica of Evagrius; 12. The Syriac Transmission of Basil of Caesarea's On the Holy Spirit; 13. A History of the Interpretation of St. Cyprian's De unitate; 14. How Difficulties in Transmitting the Texts of Basil's Ad versus Eunomium 3.1 and Maximus' Letter to Marinus Led to the Rise and Fall of Ferrara-Florence and many more.