Dr. Francis Turretin (1623-1687) was an Italian Reformer who followed John Calvin and Theodore Beza in Geneva.  Among Reformed theologians, his works are considered some of the best.  His three volume magnum opus, Institutes of Elenctic Theology, is considered a classic work of systematic theology.  However, as this excellent review of Elenctic Theology remarks:

The Institutes are not technically a systematic theology, although they are commonly categorized and useful as such. As an elenctic
work it is polemical in nature, written to expose errors. Its format
excels in asking questions, opening Scripture and providing rebuttals
(example: "Is the righteousness and obedience of Christ imputed to us
the meritorious cause and foundation of our justification with God? We
affirm against the Romanists and Socinians"). Turretin’s goal is not
only to open debates and establish the biblical truth but also to trace
opposing thoughts back to their origins.