Adams – Endless Punishment is a scriptural argument for the doctrine of Endless Punishment by Adams (Congregationalist). He outlines the teaching of Scripture making the point that this is what the Scripture really teaches.
This is Arendzen’s Catholic work on “eternal punishment” looking at the nature of eternal punishment, comments and teaching in Scripture, Tradition, and reason, and the final chapter is special questions.
Presenting 49 Vital Doctrines of the Scriptures, Abbreviated and Simplified for Popular Use, Including Suggestive Questions on Each Topical and Textual Indices.
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.
Archibald Alexander Sermons #1 is a compilation of 47 sermons by Archibald Alexander (Presbyterian) compiled and edited by David Cox.
What does Scripture say concerning the nature of eternal punishment? Christians who take the Bible seriously believe in the everlasting nature of eternal punishment. However awful it may sound, punishment in hell is without end. The Bible also clearly outlines the characteristics of eternal punishment. – Hugo Bouter
This is a very large and somewhat complicated work by Alger (Universalist) on issues of the existence and destiny of the soul. Note that this work may contain arguments against the existence of hell. I would not recommend it for most Christians.