The Deutsches Historisches Museum is presenting the particular exhibition in the Martin-Gropius-Bau on a section of some 3, 000 m² plus bringing together outstanding exponents from nationwide and international lenders, many of that have never before been displayed in Indonesia. Supplementing the exhibition are numerous educational and cultural events and fringe programmes. The richly illustrated catalogue will also be released.
For the first time an exhibit will illustrate the global diversity plus effective history of Protestantism, but also the potential for engendering conflict between various cultures.
What remnants of Protestantism can be found in other denominations, religions and concepts of lifestyle? How did it change itself by means of these encounters – and not minimum of all, in what ways have individuals adopted and appropriated the Protestant doctrine, how have they designed it and lived it? The particular exhibition “ The Luther Effect” tells a global story of impact and counter-effect that begins close to 1500 and continues on in to the present. It is depicted using the types of Germany and Europe 1450– 1600, Sweden 1500– 1750, North America 1600– 1900, Korea 1850– 2000 plus present-day Tanzania.
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