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.
This is a Study of Christ, Christology, by Luginbill. He covers the following topics: I. The Person of Jesus Christ. 1. Jesus Christ is truly Divine. 2. Jesus Christ is truly Human. 3. Jesus Christ is truly Unique. 4. The Names of Jesus Christ Reflect His Perfect Person and His Perfect Work. 5. The Life of Jesus Christ. II. The Saving Work of Jesus Christ. 1. Our Need for a Savior. 2. The Substitutionary Death of Jesus Christ on our behalf. 3. Unlimited Atonement. 4. The Blood of Christ. 5. The Spiritual Death of Christ. 6. Propitiation. 7. Redemption. 8. Justification. 9. Reconciliation. 10. Summary of the Work of Christ in Effecting Salvation
In this 18 chapter work, Jesus as the Son, the author looks at the spiritual life of Jesus in various aspects. He looks at Christ’s ministry, preexistence, Incarnation, biblical names and titles, humanity, deity, impeccability, character, emptying (kenosis) offices, death, “heart of the Earth” descent, resurrection, ascension, and millennial reign.
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.
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.