Athanasius' De Incarnatione. We had to analyse this work for a seminar. However, Macleod throws up a difficulty when he says this about Athanasius...
It is true that you notice the Apollinarian thought in De Incarnatione. But after some degree of investigation, I'm still not clear if De Incarnatione is the same as De Incarnatione Verbi Dei and which of the manuscripts may or may not be in view here. This illustrates the difficulties that can face you with this kind of thing.Most of his work survives only in fragments gleaned from quotations by his opponents and the position is further complicated by the fact that some of his writings, published posthumously, appeared under false names (for example, two pseudo-Athanasian compositions, Quod Unus Sit Deus and De Incarnatione Verbi, are now widely regarded as works of Apollinaris).
Quest for Historical Jesus. The Modern Christology unit on the module covers the Quest for the Historical Jesus (Reimarus and Wrede through Schweitzer to the neo-liberalism and neo-orthodoxy a la Bultmann and Barth - hence his picture above - to Kasemann and Second Questers through to the so-called Third Quest). This unit was a highlight and a helpful article on this whole thing is: Is there Really a 'Third Quest' for the Historical Jesus? SBET 24.2, by Dr Mike Bird no less.
Macleod on Uniqueness. Macleods' work on the Person of Christ is both comprehensive and invigorating. I read most of The Person of Christ during the module and really enjoyed the chapter on the uniqueness of Christ (or maybe it just seems like I enjoyed it more because it was one of the last ones I read!). I posted a good quote on this before.
Redemption. The essay question for the module was 'Explore the concept of redemption in the work of Christ'. Where to go with that one?! I'll post separately on how I approached it.