Mar 1, 2023 - May 31, 2023
One of the oldest religious communities in the world is on everyone’s lips: rescue services and hospitals bear the name of the “Samaritans”. But who are the Samaritans?
Embark on an expedition into the exciting world of the Bible and its millennia of history. and its thousands of years of history. Discover the Bible in a new way new way: exciting, hands-on and full of surprises.
Johann Friedrich von Meyer, Begründer der Frankfurter Bibelgesellschaft wird 250 Jahre alt.
Virtual Exhibition G*tt f/m/d
G*tt w/m/d can still be experienced virtually. Interactions, objects and media stations show in an informative and entertaining way that gender diversity has always existed - with a virtual space in its own aesthetic.
When an anonymous German translation of the New Testament appeared at the autumn fairs in Leipzig and Frankfurt exactly 500 years ago, it was immediately out of print. There was a reason for this: even if the name was not mentioned - the translation had to be by the monk Martin Luther, who was persecuted by the emperor and the pope.The "September Testament" was followed by eighty (!) more editions of the Luther Bible during Luther's lifetime (1483-1546) - and countless pirated copies. The first real bestseller in the history of books.
The book workshop offers many opportunities to get closer to the mystery of book printing and the success of Martin Luther's translation of the Bible: Printing a pirated copy on the Gutenberg press, folding and stitching a small Biblia as it was 500 years ago, playfully finding biblical phrases with the Luther word machine, sending word creations on postcards and much more invite you to discover the exciting history of Bible translation and distribution.
Wednesday 12 o'clock
Duration 0.5 hours