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The Church of Scotland's Moderator will today preach at a historic site where Reformation leader John Knox took communion.
Two Lutherans left the Augustinian priory in Erfurt, Germany, on 22 August, to walk one thousand miles retracing the footsteps of Martin Luther.
800 miniature figures of the 16th-century Protestant Reformer Martin Luther will soon be on display on the central market square where he lived and worked.
The leading figure in the Church of Scotland has marked the 450th anniversary of the Reformation by urging the Kirk to continue reforming and to face the new secular challenge.
Historian Tom Devine and former Herald editor Harry Reid say that much more should be done to mark and acknowledge the 450th anniversary of the Reformation of 1560.
A Protestant bishop speaking on the 450th anniversary of the death of a close collaborator of Martin Luther has re-opened debate on papal primacy and relations with Catholics.
The Catholic bishop of Osnabrück in northern Germany says the 16th-century Protestant Reformer Martin Luther offers a "positive challenge" to Protestant and Catholic churches.
Protestant Christians are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin, the French-born reformer who inspired a movement that now has tens of millions of adherents worldwide.
16th-century reformer Jean Calvin can inspire a "reformation of values" in the face of the world's economic and ecological crises, a Swiss politician has said in marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant leader's birth.
The bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover in Germany has issued a strong plea to give the upcoming jubilee of the Reformation a clear emphasis on common Christian witness.
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