Here are some new items on the website of the Interpreter Foundation:
The 4 October 2020 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show featured Neal Rappleye, Jasmine Rappleye, and Hales Swift. They reviewed the October 2020 General Conference in the first portion of the show and, in the second, engaged in a roundtable discussing the upcoming Come Follow Me lesson #44 (Ether 1-5). The complete show is now archived and available online, at no charge and freed from the burden of irritating commercial interruptions, for your listening pleasure.
If, for some strange and unaccountable reason, however, you aren’t interested in hearing the complete show for 4 October 2020 but only want to listen to the Scripture Roundtable portion of it, the Interpreter Foundation makes that both possible and easy for you:
The Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Book of Mormon Lesson 44, ““Rend That Veil of Unbelief,” on Ether chapters 1-5, has been extracted from the 4 October 2020 installment of the Interpreter Radio Show.. As mentioned above, the panelists for this roundtable were Neal Rappleye, Jasmine Rappleye, and Hales Swift, and the complete show can be heard at https://interpreterfoundation.org/interpreter-radio-show-october-4-2020/. As with the archived version of the full broadcast, this recording of the audio roundtable has been stripped of advertisements, news headlines, and other distractions and irrelevancies.
The Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Book of Mormon Lesson 42, “I Would That I Could Persuade All … to Repent,” on Mormon chapters 1-6, has been extracted from the 20 September 2020 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show and liberated from commercial interruptions. The panelists for the roundtable were Bruce Webster and Kris Frederickson. The complete episode may be heard at https://interpreterfoundation.org/interpreter-radio-show-september-20-2020/.
Happily and sadly, there is a new item on the website of the invaluable Neville-Neville Land blog:
Finally, I am reliably informed that a national election is coming soon to the United States. How exciting! I look forward to the substantive debates on public policy and the friendly civic discussions that are sure to attend this solemn quadrennial celebration of American democracy. For the moment, of course, I myself have absolutely no public political views. But I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, so these two stories from the New York Times interested me:
4 October 2020: “Will LDS women sink Trump in Arizona?”
18 October 2020: “How Mormons Fed Up With Trump Could Help Lift Biden in Arizona: Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints tend to vote Republican. But in Arizona, some find the president’s behavior at odds with their values and are shifting to Joe Biden.”