According to tradition, the table talk should include religious discussion and consideration of holy texts.
That Luther was a true child of his age may be seen in the selections made from his "table talk."
Two volumes of his table talk were published after his death.
He appears often in Plutarch's table talk—a bright old man and a lively talker—like incense, he said, he was best when warmed up.
Not to fill up the time with other idle chat, or table talk.
His table talk justifies his title to that appellation, by showing that he is in his dotage.
His "table talk" was published in 1856, and it is full of good stories.
Some of these names appear in the table talk, while others of his works were written at the suggestion of his sons.
How often the table talk had come to the subject of hell and its occupants!
Shortly after Rogers' death a collection of his witty sayings was published under the title of "table talk."