I’m pleased to report (albeit belatedly) that Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Thought published John A. Tvedtnes’s “Variants in the Stories of the First Vision of Joseph Smith and the Apostle Paul” on Friday.
I’ve known John Tvedtnes since I arrived as a student in Jerusalem in 1978; he was an instructor there for BYU and a student himself at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. For several years, until he retired in 2007 and moved to Arkansas, he was a valued colleague at what is now the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. It’s good to have him as a contributor to Interpreter and as an editor.
Posted from Carmel, Indiana.