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Japan's Noh theatre meets Protestant Reformation as a Japanese scholar develops a play featuring 16th-century German reformer Martin Luther.
Two Lutherans left the Augustinian priory in Erfurt, Germany, on 22 August, to walk one thousand miles retracing the footsteps of Martin Luther.
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.
New technology has always played a part in religious polemics and in the sense of identity generated through the heated exchange of opinion, says Adam Darlage. Consider Luther and the Catholics, and also what we see happening in cyberspace today.
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