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.
Thomas Watson Body of Practical Divinity is a set of sermons on different doctrinal topics of the Westminster Catechism.
Doctrinal Books and Articles by Arthur Pink
Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.
In this 7 chapter work on the perseverance of the Saints, Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian) first states the doctrine, the shows us why it doesn’t depend on good works but God’s grace, he examines the Christian’s temporary slide back into sin, how an outward profession of righteousness is no guarantee of salvation, the arminian sense of insecurity, and warnings against apostasy.
This is a Catechism and Confession of faith in 18 chapters. The format is question and answers. Robert Barclay was a Quaker
Abstract of Systematic Theology is a 21 chapter work (short chapters) by Boyce (Baptist) that has a few half dozen questions in each section