‘Really exhibited and conferred . . . in his appointed time’: baptism and the new Reformed sacramentalism by William Borden Evans (WCF)
‘Seeds of truth planted in the field of memory’: How to Utilize the Shorter Catechism by Allen Stanton (WSC)
’The Unchanged Peacemaker’? John Dury and the politics of Irenicism in England, 1628-1643 by Anthony Milton (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“‘They agree not in opinion among themselves’: Two-kingdoms theory,‘Erastianism’and the Westminster assembly debate on church and state, c. 1641–48. by Elliot Vernon (WA)
“For reformation and uniformity”: George Gillespie (1613-1648) and the Scottish Covenanter Revolution by James Kevin Culberson (Biography)
“God’s way of salvation”: an exposition of Westminster Shorter Catechism questions and answers 1-38 by Dennis James Prutow (WSC)
“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 (Biography)
“Private Spirits” The Westminster Confession of Faith 1.10 and in the Catholic-Protestant Debate (1588-1652) by Byron Curtis (WCF)
“Reformation and desolation:” the career of Stephen Marshall (1594-1655) by A. R. Cain (Biography)
“Spirituall musick”: the model of divine harmony in the work of Peter Sterry (1613-1672) by Tom Dixon (Biography)
“The King in His beauty” : the piety of Samuel Rutherford by Matthew Vogan (About)
“The Law Written in Their Hearts”?: Rutherford and Locke on Nature, Government and Resistance by Peter Judson Richards (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“The Lord Hath Some Controversy with England”: The Westminster Assembly and the English Civil War by Michael Farris (WA)
“The Mysteries of Christ”: James Ussher Among the Puritans, 1626 by Richard M. Snoddy (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“To revive the memory of some excellent men”: Edmund Calamy and the early historians of nonconformity: Friends of Dr. William’s Library fiftieth lecture by David L. Wykes (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“How Firm a Foundation” and the Westminster Confession of Faith by K. Scott Oliphint (WCF)
“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)
“Oliver Was So Drunk with the Philtre of His Power; He Had Grown Corrupt:” Sir Henry Vane’s Political Theology by Padraig Lawlor (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“Reforming the Reformation: theological debate at the Westminster Assembly 1642-1652.” 7 vols. by Chad B. Van Dixhoorn (WA)
“Shall We Revise the Confession of Faith?” An Address to the Presbytery of New Brunswick by B. B. Warfield (WCF)