In this 22 chapter doctrines book, Berkhof (Presbyterian and Reformed) looks at some typical systematic theology themes: Revelation, Scripture, Nature-Names-Attributes of God, the Trinity, Creation, Divine Decrees, Providence, Man, Sin, States and offices of Christ, Salvation and Sanctification.
Anon Basic Christian Doctrine is a 50 Chapter doctrines book that is anonymous.
Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.
This seven chapter work Calvin and Calvinism deals with Calvinism, and looks at Calvinism’s view of Bible doctrines, such as man, the Trinity, God, Creation, John Calvin the Theologian, the Theology of Calvin, etc.
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.
The Baier/Walther Compendium of Positive Theology served as the systematic theology textbook for the first few generations of Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod pastors. Written in Latin, it is a revised edition of a classic work by the Seventeenth Century Lutheran dogmatian Johannes Baier. This edition contains an English translation of the theses at the head of each chapter. Later editions will offer the full text of the work.
Miley Systematic Theology covers an introduction to Theology, Theism, Theology, Anthropology, Christology, Soteriology, Eschatology, and appendices on Inspiration, Angels, and the Arminian Treatment of Original Sin.