It’s Friday, and Interpreter has published another article:
The author is John Gee (Ph.D., Yale University), who is a senior research fellow at Brigham Young University’s Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship.
That makes thirty-five (35) consecutive weeks. Pretty remarkable, I think.
We had only decided to launch it a little more than a week before the first article went up, and there’s been no break since then. We’ve completed three volumes already, and we’re well into our fourth.
As, even now, an almost entirely volunteer effort — just for the record, since a few have (predictably) accused me of using it to enrich myself, I’ve drawn not a penny from it and have no plans to do so – Interpreter is nothing short of amazing. I’m grateful to everybody who has contributed.