With the publication, today, of my relatively brief introduction to Volume Five of Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, we have now, in somewhat less than eleven months, produced . . . well, five volumes:
Volume Five will be available in print-on-demand form within a week or two.
Earlier, the usual naysayers were predicting that Interpreter wouldn’t last very long. Now, in retreat, they’re pointing out — quite rightly, as illustrated rather painfully by my introduction — that quantity isn’t the same thing as quality.
But, of course, quantity doesn’t necessarily entail poor quality, either.