Several sermons and articles compiled in one file by John W. White.
Machen’s Literature and History of New Testament Times gives precious background information on the New Testament.
Morison, Frank – Who Moved the Stone? Who Moved the Stone? is considered by many to be a classic apologetic on the subject of the Resurrection. Who Moved The Stone is not a theological text and does not pretend to answer the question of who Jesus is and what his death and resurrection meant. Instead, Morison digs through the material to paint a very clear picture of what happened on that weekend over two thousand years ago. His research and methodology are impressive.
This is a Catechism and Confession of faith in 18 chapters. The format is question and answers. Robert Barclay was a Quaker
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.
Bunyan’s work The Resurrection and Eternal Judgment is a contrast between what will happen to the just and the wicked after their resurrection.