The April 2021 issue of Tabletalk will provide an overview of the life and work of Martin Luther, with a special focus on the Diet of Worms. In 2021, we will celebrate the five-hundredth anniversary of the Diet of Worms, where Martin Luther made a bold stand for the gospel, staking his very life on the truth of Scripture. Because of the significance of this event, it is worthwhile to consider what led up to it, what Luther was defending, and how the truths he advocated remain relevant today. This issue of Tabletalk will set Luther’s work and the diet in historical context, explore what happened at the Diet of Worms, and explain why we should continue to embrace and defend the biblical truth recovered at that important point in history.
Contributors include Stephen J. Nichols, Herman Selderhuis, W. Robert Godfrey, Gene Edward Veith, Keith A. Mathison, Donny Friederichsen, William C. Godfrey, Eric Kamoga, Robert VanDoodewaard, David B. McWilliams, Aaron L. Garriott, Virgil Walker, and Cornelis P. Venema.