Doctrinal Books and Articles by Arthur Pink
Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.
Pink’s work, Christian Doctrine, has 9 parts in which he examines the Existence of God, Scripture, God’s Subjective revelation, Revelation in Glory, Election, Man’s Impotency, Justification, Reconciliation, and Sanctification.
Say I am Dead Now! is a very short 3 chapter work on sanctification by Duane Maxey.
Definitions of Doctrine is a basic doctrines book in three volumes. Vol 1 has 26 chapters dealing with the doctrine of God. Vol. 2 has 27 chapters on Sin, Salvation, and Service. Volume three has 27 chapters on the Church.
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.
Holiness is a work by Bishop Ryle (anglican) on holiness, its nature, its hindrances, its difficulties, and its roots.