Secondary Sources ~ The Westminster Confession of Faith

A letter to the moderator of the next General Assembly: offering some considerations against the imposing of the Westminster confession of faith by James Allan (WCF)
A parallel comparison of The Westminster Confession of Faith and the London Baptist Confession of 1689 by Daniel W. Wright (WCF)
A preface to an addition [i.e. edition] of the Westminster Confession, &c. lately published at Edinburgh : being a full and particular account of all the ends and uses of creeds and confessions of faith. A defence of their justice, reasonableness and necessity as a publick standard of orthodoxy, and an examination of the principal objections brought by different authors, against them, especially such as are to be found in the works of Episcopius and Le Clerk, in the Rights of the Christian church, and in the Occasional papers. by William Dunlop (WCF)
A programmed study of the Westminster Confession of Faith by Donald W. Kaller (WCF)
A Question of Concensus: The Doctrine of Assurance After the Westminster Confession by Jonathan Master (WCF)
A response to Professor George Knight’s article ‘Subscription to the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms’ by William S. Barker (WCF, WLC, WSC)
A Study Book on the Westminster Confession: G. I. Williamson, The Westminster Confession of Faith for Study Classes by Calvin A. Busch (WCF)
A Study of the 1903 Revisions to the Westminster Confession of Faith from the Viewpoint of the ‘ACTS Theological Synoptic Movement’ by Jong Cheoi Shin (WCF)
A summary of doctrines, taken from the Wesminister [sic] Confession of faith, adopted as the creed of the church in Bristol, and here expressed by question and answer, with Scripture proofs by Congregational Church (Bristol, Me.) (WCF)
A Theological and Biblical Reflection of Religious Liberty by C. B. Caper (WCF)