My introduction to Volume 6 of Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture has just appeared online.
This completes the volume, which means that, since its launch in August 2012 — in other words, in the space of one year, one month, and three days (or, to put it in yet another way, over the course of 399 days) — The Interpreter Foundation has produced six book-length volumes of its signature publication, along with its roundtables, and its blog entries, and its resources for teaching and learning, and so on and so forth.
Incidentally, this essay reflects on the same book (Myron Penner’s The End of Apologetics) as my FAIR presentation in early August did. (That presentation is currently being transcribed and will be posted on the FAIR website when the transcription is complete.) There is some overlap between the two, but this essay reads Penner with a somewhat different intent and proceeds in a substantially different direction.