Chafer – Doctrine of Salvation is a study by Chafer (Congregationalist) on Salvation. This work begins with a study on the word “salvation”, and then a study on the divine estimate of the Lost. This is followed by the three-fold message of the Cross, the present values of the Cross to the unsaved, the one condition of Salvation, the riches of Grace in Christ Jesus, Assurance, Rewards or the place of Christian Works, eternal security of the believer-doubtful passages, eternal security of the believer-doctrine of Scripture, and an appeal.
The Life of God in the Soul of Man was written as a letter of spiritual counsel to a friend, and it succeeded far beyond the author’s expectations.
Presenting 49 Vital Doctrines of the Scriptures, Abbreviated and Simplified for Popular Use, Including Suggestive Questions on Each Topical and Textual Indices.
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.
Spiritual Treasury is a set of devotional works by Mason. Volume 1 and then Volume 2 are each a year devotional work.
Short Method Of Prayer And Spiritual Torrents is a 19 chapter work on prayer, Methodology. Chapters are short.
In Simpson Holy Spirit Vol 1 Simpson (M&CA) presents symbols of the Holy Spirit and some studies of the Holy in some books (Judges, Proverbs, Joel, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, etc).
A ten chapter work on the Holy Spirit by Brethren author, J. McBroom with four appendices on Kingdom, The House of God, The Body of Christ, The Rainbow
This is a 12 chapter work, looking at holiness from several different angles: Moral duty, Virtue, Conscience and Reason, Happiness, etc.
This is a 30 chapter work on various passages of Scripture about the Christian Life.
McGee-How to Stand Against Satan is a single article on how to win our fight with Satan.
Dagg’s Work, Manual of Theology is a full fledged systematic theology from a Reformed perspective. He was Baptist.
Sermons by Charles Kingsley.
A commentary on Ephesians by Henry Law.