Secondary Sources ~ Dissertation/Thesis

“For reformation and uniformity”: George Gillespie (1613-1648) and the Scottish Covenanter Revolution by James Kevin Culberson (About)
“Not otherwise worthy to be named, but as a firebrand from Ireland to inflame this Kingdom”: the political and cultural milieu of Sir John Clotworthy during the Stuart Civil Wars by Andrew Robinson (About)
“Reformation and desolation:” the career of Stephen Marshall (1594-1655) by A. R. Cain (About)
“Spirituall musick”: the model of divine harmony in the work of Peter Sterry (1613-1672) by Tom Dixon (About)
“Jacob and Esau strugling [sic] in the wombe” a study of Presbyterian and independent religious conflicts, 1640-1648: with particular reference to the Westminster Assembly and the pamphlet literature. by Rosemary D. Bradley (WA)
“Reforming the Reformation: theological debate at the Westminster Assembly 1642-1652.” 7 vols. by Chad B. Van Dixhoorn (WA)
A Comparative Study of Covenant Theology in the Thought of John Calvin and the Westminster Confession by Kil Ho Lee (WCF)
A Comparative Study of the Small Catechism of Luther, the Heidelberg Catechism, the Westminster Shorter Catechism by Cameron David Lee Mosser (WSC)
A comparative study on the soteriology of the “Born-Again Community” in China and that of the Westminster Confession of Faith by Amos Jui-Chen Wang (WCF)
A consideration of most of the elements of public worship, as per Chapter 21 of the Westminster Confession of Faith by Andrew Quigley (WCF)