Secondary Sources

A short history of the Westminster Assembly, 1864-1937 by William Beveridge (WA)
A short introduction to the Westminster Assembly and its work by Roland S. Ward (WA)
A sketch of the rise and progress of Non-conformity and religious liberty, chiefly in relation to the English Independents; an address occasioned by the exhibition, at the Rusholme Road Chapel school rooms, Manchester, of the painting by J.R. Herbert representing the Independents advocating toleration in the Westminster Assembly by James Griffin (WA)
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 in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
A Study in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church (Continued) by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
A Study in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church. by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
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 Study of the Church in the Thought and Life of Archbishop James Ussher by Robert John Tollefson (Biography)
A study of the doctrine of sanctification held by Samuel Rutherford by Song-En Poon (Studies of Westminster Divines)
A Study of the Scottish Covenanters on Church Government by Yohahn Su (WA)
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)
A view of the new directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy of the Church of England; in answer to the reasons pretended in the ordinance and preface, for the abolishing the one, and establishing the other by Henry Hammond (DPW)
A Vindication of the Assembly’s Shorter Catechism Revis’d: containing an Answer to the Remarkes made upon it. Particular Reasons for the Alterations, with a Proper Reply to Mr. David Ree’s Free and Sober Enquiry by James Strong (WSC)
A Westminster Catechism by Martin Murphy (WLC)
A Woman Looks at the Confession of Faith by Jeanne T. Patterson (WCF)
Abridgment of Mr Baxter’s Narrative by Edmund Calamy (Biography)
Accusation of Dr. Arrowsmith, Mr. of Johns Colledge in Cambridge. By petition of Robert Waideson Esquire and doctor in physick of the University in Cambridge. With the grounds thereof. Unto the right honourable the Commons of England assembled in Parliament by Robert Waideson (Biography)
Adapting the Westminster Standards’ moral law motif to integrate systematic theology, apologetics and pastoral practice by Timothy Paul Yates (WCF, WLC)