An important anniversary


Marking our second birthday



Today is the second birthday of The Interpreter Foundation.


Two years ago today, the first article in the new Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture was published.  Two years ago today, at the 2012 FAIR conference (as it was then called), I was able to announce the launch of an online journal that had been conceived only slightly more than a week before.


A very great deal has been achieved since then.  Well over a hundred consecutive weekly article publications, approaching a hundred scripture roundtables, the launch of a blog, a conference on science and Mormonism, our first book . . . and there’s a whole lot more on its way.


If you haven’t looked at Interpreter’s website recently, feel free to take a few minutes to browse around on it.  There’s a lot of good stuff there.



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