Austin-Sparks Life of the Spirit

Austin-Sparks was formerly a Baptist, and he got caught up in the Holiness Revival going on at the time. He was friends with Watchman Nee and Jesse Penn-Lewis. These three are big names and leaders in the Holiness movement. While I personally do not agree with everything going on in that movement, the movement itself produced an emphasis on being holy which few other groups outside of it made much attempt at all. There is a lot of gems within that movement and their writings.

Luginbill Pneumatology Holy Spirit

Dr. Luginbill wrote these notes on the Holy Spirit or on Pneumatology. This is basically a very good doctrine of the Holy Ghost.

Dabney, R.L. – Systematic Theology

Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.

Steele Gospel of the Comforter

Gospel of the Comforter by Steele is a 36 chapter work on the Holy Spirit and different aspects of Him (1897).

Shaw Of God and the Holy Trinity

Robert Shaw’s short 1 chapter work on God and the Holy Trinity is an excellent collection of observations and verses that defend the Trinity.

Davison – The Indwelling Spirit v2

Davison, W.T. – The Indwelling Spirit is a 1911 work with 16 chapters on the indwelling Holy Spirit in us. Gifts, Fruit, prayer, tides, plenitude, spirit of Truth, etc.

Derickson’s Notes on Theology

This is a 162 chapter work on Theology with sections on Bibliology, Theology Proper (God), Pneumatology (Holy Spirit), Soteriology (Salvation), Angelology, Anthropology, Harmartiology (Sin), Ecclesiology (Church), Christology,

Torrey, R.A. – The Deity of Jesus Christ

In this 8 Chapter work, Torrey presents us with the Divine names, attributes, and offices that are applied to Jesus. Other chapters are the equivalence of Jesus and Jehovah, the linkage between Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Worship to be given to the Son, and incidental proofs.

Pope – Compendium of Christian Theology

William Burt Pope’s Compendium of Christian Theology is a work different from other theologies. He is definitely reformed in his view, but his presentation of the doctrines is not “standard” all the way around. For example, the names of the Redeemer, he doesn’t just give us a list of names, but a treatment of the idea in general.

Cox, David – Understanding the Bible Doctrine of the Trinity

Cox details the evidence for the doctrine of the Trinity in the Bible looking dozens of different angles.

Cole, C.D. – Definitions of Doctrine (3 Volumes)

Definitions of Doctrine is a basic doctrines book in three volumes. Vol 1 has 26 chapters dealing with the doctrine of God. Vol. 2 has 27 chapters on Sin, Salvation, and Service. Volume three has 27 chapters on the Church.

Fortner, Don – Names of God

The names of Jehovah and their meaning. Jehovah-jireh, Jehovah-Rapha Jehovah-Nissi, Jehovah-Shalom, Jehovah-Raah, Jehovah-Tsidkenu, Jehovah-Shammah, Jehovah-Jesus

Bryant, Robert – Inspiration and Revelation

In this 86 chapter book on inspiration and revelation, Bryant (Methodist) has it divided into 5 parts: preliminary discussions (8 chapters), inspiration (13 chapters), The Scriptures as inspired writings (13), revelation (23), and revelation and its evidences (3). This book is a result of the Hartley lectures (Methodist) for 1899.

Binney Theological Compend

Binney-Steele’s joint doctrinal work has four parts, Evidences of Religion, Doctrines of Christianity, Morals of Christianity, and Institutions of Christianity. Probably they are Nazarene/Methodist.

Cambron – Bible Doctrines that Matter

Mark Cambron’s Bible Doctrines work is an extensive doctrines book used by Florida Bible College. Cambron’s work covers Angels, Man, Holy Spirit, Christ, Salvation, Sin, Prayer, and the Doctrine of God.