A Byzantine-style icon depicting Three Holy Hierarchs(left to Right) Basil the Great, John Chrysostom and Gregory the Theologian.
Quick Reference Sources on Gregory of Nazianzus;
Cambridge Companion to The Apostolic Fathers
Westminster Handbook to Patristic Theology (McGuckin, 2004)
Wikipedia on Gregory of Nazianzus: an overview
The Early Christian World (2017)
NOTE: Many more articles may be available on Gregory that are not full-text online, but available from our library or via Interlibrary loan. Simply use the online catalog as follows: If you are looking for books/articles written BY Gregory you should search our online catalog or databases for his name as an AUTHOR (Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint). If you want to find resources ABOUT Gregory of Nazianzus, search for his name as SUBJECT.
Luther Sem Library has 100+ Books on Gregory of Naz (here), including several EBOOKS here; plus many others available by ILL ("Minitex")
Also consult the following databases for helpful articles or abstracts on Gregory of Nazianzus:
For hundreds of Primary and Secondary source materials on Gregory of Nazianzus, see this JSTOR link (Luther Sem students)
OADTL Includes over 100 articles and chapters on Gregory; for example, this 2010 PhD dissertation, Trinitarian grammars : a comparison of Gregory of Nazianzus and some contemporary models by K. Goad
For digital resources, including rare manuscripts, on/of Gregory, see the Digital Vatican Library