For more systematic theologies from a non-baptist perspective, see Every Reformed Systematic Theology Online. ‘PoD‘ means Print on Demand, which books are of a lower quality.
Keach, Benjamin – Spiritual Melody, containing near three hundred sacred hymns Buy PoD 1691
This is virtually a systematic theology in poetry. For a work of a similar nature, see Ralph Erskine on the Every Reformed Systematic Theology Online.
Gill, John d. 1771
A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity Buy
The Cause of God and Truth Buy
Manual of Theology and Church Order: A Treatise on Christian Doctrine Buy 1871
Manual of Church Order Buy
Hovey, Alan – Manual of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics Buy PoD 1877
Boyce, James P. – Abstract of Systematic Theology Buy 1882
Strong, Augustus – Systematic Theology Buy 1889
Henry, Carl – God, Revelation and Authority, 6 vols. Buy 1976-83
Henry (1913-) was an influential evangelical of the mid-1900’s and professor of theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He was the editor for Christianity Today between 1956 and 1868. His work is massive, philosophical and something of a bedrock in its field.
“Henry… writes from a Reformed perspective as he interacts with many leading scholarly deviations from the faith in our time.” – Robert L. Reymond
Christian Theology Buy 1985, 1200 pages
Erickson was a professor of systematic theology at Bethel Theological seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota (1969-1991) and is moderately reformed. His doctrine of Christ contains the error of kenosis, that upon the incarnation Christ ’emptied Himself’ of numerous of his divine attributes. The orthodox doctrine is that the 2nd person in assuming a human nature remained fully God, being both God and man in two natures and one person forever.
Introducing Christian Doctrine Buy 437 pages
Lewis, Gordon and Bruce Demarest – Integrative Theology, 3 vols. Buy 1987
“…write from a moderately Calvinistic and Baptist perspective.” – Robert L. Reymond
Grudem, Wayne – Systematic Theology Buy 1994, 1264 pages
Grudem was a professor of systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has been a primary scholar and leader for the third wave of continuationists (that the apostolic gifts of the first century continue through Church history). His work on this topic has been thoroughly refuted by Ken Gentry in his response to Grudem.
“His systematic theology is very readable and informative.” – Robert L. Reymond
Nichols, Gregory – Lectures in Systematic Theology, vol. 1 (God), 2 (Man), 3 (Christ) Buy
Nichols has been pastoring and teaching systematic theology for over three decades and now teaches for Reformed Baptist Seminary. He resides in Michigan.
“…Nichols offers us a feast of biblical teaching on our creation and fall, and God’s common grace to sinners. This is sound, enlightening, convicting, humbling, and encouraging theology done with both eyes on the Word of God. Buy, read, and be edified by growing in knowing yourself and God.” – Joel Beeke