Secondary Sources ~ 2009

The Sabbath Day and recreations on the Sabbath: an examination of the Sabbath and the biblical basis for the ‘no recreation’ clause in Westminster Confession of Faith 21.8 and Westminster Larger Catechism 117 by Lane Keister (WCF)
The Strange Silence of Prolocutor Twisse: Predestination and Politics in the Westminster Assembly’s Debate over Justification by Chad B. Van Dixhoorn (WA)
The Westminster Assembly and the Judicial Law: A Chronoligal Compilation and Analysis, Part 1: Chronology by Christopher Coldwell (WA)
The Westminster Assembly: Reading Its Theology in Historical Context by Robert Letham (WA)
The Westminster Confession into the 21st Century, Vol. 3 by J. Ligon Duncan III (WCF)
The Westminster Confession of Faith and the cessation of special revelation: the majority Puritan viewpoint on whether extra-Biblical prophecy is still possible by Jon Ruthven (WCF)
The Westminster Confession of Faith and the cessation of special revelation. The majority Puritan viewpoint on whether extra-biblical prophecy is still possible. By Garnet Howard Milne (foreword Joel Beeke).(Studies in Christian History and Thought.) Pp. xx+ 342. Milton Keynes–Waynesboro, GA: Paternoster, 2007. £ 24.99 (paper) by David Parnham (WCF)
The Westminster Directory of Public Worship by Mark Dever (DPW)
The Works of Thomas Goodwin. Vol. 9, a Discourse of Election, a Discourse of Thankfulness Thomas Goodwin by Scott N. Kindred-Barnes (Studies of Westminster Divines)
Voices from the past : Puritan devotional readings by Richard Rushing (Studies of Westminster Divines)