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This is actually NOT a copy of “Interpreter.” It’s a Gutenberg Bible. But printed editions of “Interpreter” look SOMETHING like this: They feature words printed in ink on bound sheets of paper.
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I can’t recall — and I don’t have time right now to check — whether I’ve already announced the inauguration of an annual print subscription for Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture.  Just in case I haven’t, here’s an announcement:


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  • Guy Briggs

    I have an excuse when I forget whether I’ve already posted something: I’m getting old, and have issues with my short-term memory.

    I’m also having issues with my short-term memory.

    • DanielPeterson