The Luther Effect. Exhibition and catalog by the Deutsches Historisches Museum
A touring exhibition and accompanying catalog exploring the role of Protestantism in Sweden, Tanzania, Korea, and the US.
To mark the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this full-color volume invites the reader on a journey that extends across five centuries and four continents. It describes in detail the global diversity and history of Protestantism’s effects – and also its potential for conflict – between cultures. What traces has Protestantism left in its contact with other denominations, religions, and lifestyles? How did it change through these encounters? Not least: how did people adopt, modify, and live by Protestant doctrine?