Do you know of any texts by these two theologians where they outline their positions in Christian anthropology (i.e. Ireneus - that Adam was created "little," child-like, not really perfect but with the task to grow in perfection, and Augustine - that Adam was created really perfect)?
I found several references to this, particularly in Bishop Kallistos Ware's book "Orthodox Church," and elsewhere, but I never saw the original texts where these thoughts are articulated.
Many thanks in advance for your help!
These are the Online sites I normaly go to. I can't say you will find what you are looking for but,
Early Christian Manuscripts, Patristic Literaturehttp://mb-soft.com/believe/txv/earlychr.htm
The next one is pretty old. So some of the links may not work anymore
The North American Patristics Society: Internet Resourceshttp://moses.creighton.edu/NAPS/napslinks/main.htm
Early Christian Writingshttp://www.earlychristianwritings.com/
And for Augustine.....well, I always read his stuff over at NewAdvent.comhttp://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
I don't like going to ccel. Cel LCI. I forgot what it's called, but I can't stand the format.
They have a C.D. software thingy for the ECF's. You can always get that.