A list of the contents of this volume can be found here.
We printed a limited number of hardbound volumes for Jack, his family, the authors, certain libraries, and so forth. A paperback print-on-demand edition is now available on Amazon.com and AmazonSmile for $24.95.
After a decent interval has elapsed, we plan to put the articles up online.
The premiere broadcast of the Interpreter Foundation’s first filmmaking venture, Robert Cundick: A Sacred Service of Music, is scheduled for 3:00 PM (MDT) on Sunday, 3 September 2017, on BYUtv (not KBYU).
Please share this information with others who might be interested.
Dr. Robert Joseph, of New Zealand’s University of Waikato, is currently in the United States as a visiting Fulbright scholar. On 5 August 2017, he spoke to a group of volunteers, authors, and supporters assembled for the dinner hosted annually by the Interpreter Foundation—which happened, also, to be a celebration of Interpreter’s fifth birthday. In his remarks, Dr. Joseph addressed the subject of “Maori Responses to the Mormon Church.” With his kind permission and through the efforts of Tom Pittman and Russell Richins, we are pleased to make a video of his presentation available to a wider audience.
We’re pleased to note that the Interpreter Foundation is now listed on the official website of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (lds.org) among recommended “resources for answering doctrinal, historical, and social questions”:
While inclusion on this list (which is principally aimed at seminary teachers) shouldn’t be understood as a blanket endorsement of everything that we (or the other non-Church organizations and sites on the list) say and do, it does clearly represent a welcome vote of confidence from Church headquarters.
Interpreter is also briefly discussed on lds.org in a 12.5-minute video message from Chad Webb, administrator of Seminaries and Institutes of Religion in the Church Educational System, titled “Answering Difficult Questions with Supplemental Resources”: