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2016

Gockel, Matthias. (2016) How to Read Karl Barth with Charity: A Critical Reply to George Hunsinger. Modern Theology, 32 (2). pp. 259-267.

2015

Gockel , Mathias. (2015) Barth und Schleiermacher. Zur Neubestimmung ihres Verhältnisses. Göttingen.

2013

Gockel, Matthias. (12 June 2013) Linksradikaler Theologe. Karl Barth stand nicht im Dienst der DDR. Ihm ging der Sozialismus nicht weit genug. junge Welt. Beilage "Literatur", 134 . p. 6. Berlin.

2012

Gockel, Matthias. (2012) Friedrich Schleiermachers Erwählungslehre und ihre Fortschreibung in der Theologie Karl Barths. Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte, 19 (2). pp. 217-246.

2009

Gockel, Matthias. (2009) "Be not overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good" - An Orientational Approach to Suffering and Evil. Modern Theology, 25 (1). pp. 97-105.

2008

Gockel, Matthias and Leiner, Martin. (2008) Kritik und Versöhnung - Karl Barth und die DDR. In: Karl Barths Theologie als europäisches Ereignis. Göttingen, pp. 79-119.

2007

Gockel, Matthias. (2007) Barth and Schleiermacher on the doctrine of election : a systematic-theological comparison. Oxford.

2004

Gockel, Matthias. (2004) New Perspectives on an Old Debate: Friedrich Schleiermacher's Essay on Election. International Journal of Systematic Theology, 6 (3). pp. 301-318.

2000

Gockel, Matthias. (2000) A Reformer's Dissent from Lutheranism: Reconsidering the Theology of Hans Denck. Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte, 91. pp. 127-148.

Gockel, Matthias. (2000) On the Way from Schleiermacher to Barth: A Critical Reappraisal of Isaak August Dorner's Essay on Divine Immutability. Scottish Journal of Theology, 53 (4). pp. 490-510.

Gockel, Matthias. (2000) A dubious christological formula? Leontius of Byzantium and the anhypostasis-enhypostasis theory. Journal of Theological Studies, 51 (2). pp. 515-532.