OSNABRÜCK, Germany—Having given birth to the Protestant Reformation
and the current pope, Germany is now at the fore of a broad effort to
foster a European theological tradition for a relative newcomer: Islam.
In a brightly lit university classroom in this small northwestern
German city, some 30 German mosque leaders are participating in a
government-backed course in inter-religious understanding. The
experiment, one of many across the Continent, covers subjects ranging
from the Reformation to the German constitution.
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