Secondary Sources ~ 1720s

A compleat body of divinity in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the Assembly’s Shorter catechism wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are unfolded, their truth confirm’d, their excellence display’d, their usefulness improv’d: contrary errors & vices refuted and expos’d, objections answer’d, controversies settled, cases of conscience resolv’d; and a great light thereby reflected on the present age. By the reverend & learned Samuel Willard, M.A. late pastor of the South church in Boston, and vice-president of Harvard college in Cambridge, in New-England. Prefac’d by the pastors of the same church by Willard, Samuel (WSC)
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 Dunlop, William (WCF)
An apology for the Northern Presbyterians in Ireland: wherein requiring a subscription to the Westminster Confession of Faith, as a condition of ministerial communion among them is justify’d : in answer to the Seasonable advice from Dublin and other late performances : publish’d in opposition to the practice of the best Reform’d Churches, relating to creeds and confessions by Mastertown, Charles (WCF)
Plain reasons against the adding of Mr. Dunlop’s Preface unto the Westminster Confession of Faith, 1719. In a Letter to a Minister, a Member of the Committee for Purity of Doctrine by Anonymous, (WCF)
Reasons against the imposition of subscription to the Westminster confession of faith; or, Any such human tests for orthodoxy; together with answers to the arguments for such impositions by Haliday, Samuel (WCF)
The doctrine of the holy trinity explain’d and asserted from the holy scriptures.: Being a vindication of what is contain’d in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms, and other protestant confessions, upon that subject. Wherein the most important questions relating to that doctrine are clearly and succinctly treated…together with practical observations on each head by Mastertown, Charles (WCF, WLC, WSC)