Interpreter Peer Reviewed

Interpreter Peer Reviewed

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

I haven't forgotten about the Interpreter

Some people are asking why I haven't posted here in a while. One answer is I've been too busy on other projects. Another is that they've published some good material recently, which makes my point.

I enjoy the Interpreter overall; it's only, or primarily, on the issue of Book of Mormon geography that the Interpreter is a dogmatic, arrogant and cynical journal that has come to resemble the later years of FARMS. I'm still hoping for a change at the Interpreter, sooner or later, in this respect.

That said, there is still plenty of material from the past that needs some actual peer reviewing... 

1 comment:

  1. Have you noticed that the Interpreter has allowed a comment advertising a book describing a North America setting for the Book of Mormon? here:

    http://www.mormoninterpreter.com/models-and-methods-in-book-of-mormon-geography-the-peruvian-model-as-a-test-case/#comment-18538

    Does this signal a censorship change at the Interpreter that we all are hoping for?

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