I have not completed my series on double justification(s) in Reformed Orthodoxy, somewhat because I continue to find more and more examples of it. I did think it would be helpful to list the ones that I have completed so far. It would be an interesting project to place these thinkers in chronological order and trace the development of the doctrine.
So far I have:
I’ve also read (and will post when I can) Turretin, Sibbes, Ussher, Davenant, Baxter, and Polhill on this topic. I can tell you that they do not all agree with one another, yet similar strands of thought run through the various names, sometimes in surprising ways (for instance, Gataker &c.’s Annotations reference Diodati’s earlier work as an influence, yet they take a different interpretation of double justification). By the time you get to Polhill, what you find is simply a combination of all of the earlier views.