In 1964 Herbert Lockyer originally published "All the Doctrines of the Bible" and it has been in print ever since. While this is hardly all the doctrines that are found in the Bible by the various religious groups, it is the thirty most important doctrines that are held by pretty much all of the Christian doctrines.
The book starts with a brief introduction to how to study Christian doctrine. From there it starts into the doctrines of Divine Revelation, Divine Inspiration, God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Trinity, Angels, Satan and Demons, Man, the Covenants, Predestination, Sin, Salvation, Grace, Repentance, Regeneration, Substitution, Redemption, Reconciliation, Faith, Adoption, Assurance, Righteousness, Peace, Sanctification, Christian Ethics, Eternal Security, Prayer, the Church, and Last Things.
For each doctrine the chapter clearly defines it and follows with the development of the doctrine using specific Bible verse references. On some matters, such as baptism, it provides thoughts of other great thinkers of the past. This is an excellent book for the young Christian who wants to learn the basis for common Christian doctrine and a recommended read.