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Why Church is still relevant
Nathan Talbot, C.S.B.
spirituality.com host: Hello, everyone. Welcome to another spirituality.com live question and answer audio event. My name is Rosalie Dunbar, and I’ll be your host for the next hour. Today we’ll be exploring the topic, “Why Church is still relevant,” and our guest is Nathan Talbot, a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science who is also the Clerk of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and a member of the Christian Science Board of Directors here in Boston. Nate, who holds a Doctor of Laws degree from the Willamette University School of Law has had many posts in the Church. I first got to know him when he was Associate Editor of the Christian Science Sentinel, The Christian Science Journal magazines, along with the Herald of Christian Science, which is a non-English periodical. You can explore all three of those on our website. Since then Nate has had many additional assignments, including service as President of The Mother Church, and a Trustee of The Christian Science Publishing Society. Nate, do you have some thoughts to get us started?
Nathan (Nate) Talbot: Gosh, Rosalie, there is so much to say about Church. I suppose we could spend days talking about it, couldn’t we?