(Evangelical Focus) — Germans can now use postage stamps showing a Bible text with annotations of Martin Luther, the Reformer who translated the Bible into their own language.
The new postage stamps are one of the many initiatives in the country to commemorate the 500 anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation, in 1517.
A representative of the German government Ministry of Finance introduced the stamp during its presentation on January 10.
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