Secondary Sources ~ Dissertation/Thesis

“For reformation and uniformity”: George Gillespie (1613-1648) and the Scottish Covenanter Revolution by Culberson, James Kevin (Biography)
“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 Robinson, Andrew (Biography)
“Reformation and desolation:” the career of Stephen Marshall (1594-1655) by Cain, A. R. (Biography)
“Spirituall musick”: the model of divine harmony in the work of Peter Sterry (1613-1672) by Dixon, Tom (Biography)
“How far is the Westminster Assembly of Divines an expression of seventeenth-century Anglican Theology?” by Dewar, Michael W. (WA)
“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 Bradley, Rosemary D. (WA)
“Reforming the Reformation: theological debate at the Westminster Assembly 1642-1652.” 7 vols. by Van Dixhoorn, Chad B. (WA)
A Comparative Study of Covenant Theology in the Thought of John Calvin and the Westminster Confession by Lee, Kil Ho (WCF)
A critical analysis of the sacramental theology of George Gillespie by Heard, Jerrard Case (Studies of Westminster Divines)
A critical investigation concerning the biblical and theological basis for the threefold division of the law with particular reference to the Westminster Confession of Faith formulation of that division by Ross, Philip Sutherland (WCF)