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Church and Politics During the English Reformation: Ecclesiology and Politics in the Writings of Stephen Marshall, 1595-1655 by Jimena-palmer, Jaretha Joy (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Cornelius Burges and the Great Business of the Westminster Assembly (1642-1653) by Young, Andrew J. (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Counter currents to chiliasm at the Westminster Assembly: Cornelius Burges and the second coming of Christ by Young, Andrew J. (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Covenant in conflict: the controversy over the church covenant between Samuel Rutherford and Thomas Hooker by Ahn, Sang Hyuck (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Covenant in Conflict: The Controversy Over the Church Covenant between Samuel Rutherford and Thomas Hooker by Ahn, Sang Hyuck (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Covenant Theology Turned Upside Down: Henry Hammond and Caroline Anglican Moralism: 1643-1660 by Lettinga, Neil (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Dei Via Regia: The Westminster Divine Anthony Tuckney on the Necessity of Works for Salvation by Hurd, Ryan M. (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Deus qui regnat in excelso: Samuel Rutherford’s radical God-exalting theology by Richard, Guy M. (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Divine Rule maintained: Anthony Burgess, Covenant Theology, and the Place of the Law in Reformed Scholasticism by Ward, Rowland S. (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Ecclesiology and politics in the writings of Stephen Marshall (1595-1655) by Jimena-Palmer, Jaretha Joy (Studies of Westminster Divines)