“We need to bring different faiths together to live in peace.” For the theologian and pastor Margot Käßmann, Luther’s words are today more relevant than ever.
Martin Luther was born in Eisleben and he also died here. What today appears to be a tranquil central German town was a significant location in the life of the reformer.
When he pinned his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg 500 years ago, Martin Luther didn't just spark a church reformation, but a global movement. An exhibition in Berlin examines his wider impact.
Protestant theologian Margot Kässmann says she does not want to serve as the next president of Germany, putting an end to speculation about her candidacy. A replacement for President Gauck will be chosen in early 2017.
Social Democrat (SPD) chief Sigmar Gabriel wants to see Protestant theologian Margot Käßmann in the running to be Joachim Gauck's successor, German media has reported. The new president will be elected in February, 2017.
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