Alfred Edersheim (a former rabbi) writes about the Temple – Its Ministry and Service. In these 19 chapters he examples the place of the Temple, the Holy Place, the Music, Priesthood, Offerings, activities in the Temple at night and day and on the Sabbath. He also investigates the festive cycles and calendar associated with the Temple, such as the Passover, the feasts, the Lord’s Supper, new Moons, Day of Atonement, etc. as well as purifications and vows.
WJ Hocking’s work Christ and His Church is a series of eight addresses about the church, building, growth, membership, etc.
Alfred Edersheim was a Christian of Jewish descendent. His work reflects a profound understanding of Jewish culture. This particular work deals with the inner workings of the Temple, both the physical structure, its ministers and ministry (service). An excellent resource book for any student of Scripture.
The Works of Harry Ironside are 12 books by Ironside. Topics run from the Parable of the Foolish and wise virgins to Another Gospel? Holiness, Ultra-Dispensationalism.
Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.
Horatius Bonar’s (a Presbyterian) work on the works of the Holy Spirit, is kind of a survey of the Bible where it deals with the Holy Spirit, love of the Spirit, etc. This work is kind of disappointing because I feel it could have been much more broader and fuller in its content on the matter. What his topic is has a lot of verses to deal with.
In Rossier’s work, Simon Peter, he looks at 13 different points in the life of Peter, such as the declaration that I am a sinful man, Peter’s walking on the water, Peter’s beholding Christ in glory, etc.