Martin Tanner interviews Daniel Peterson on KSL Radio

This Sunday, Martin Tanner will air an interview with Daniel Peterson regarding The Interpreter Foundation on KSL radio (AM 1160; FM 102.7), at 6:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 9:30 PM, on Martin Tanner’s program, Religion Today.

Here is a link to listen to the broadcast:

The program will also be available for listening in Interpreter’s podcast.

Martin Tanner Explains Apologetics and Resources

Yesterday, KSL’s “Religion Today” host Martin Tanner gave a radio program on the topic of apologetics, or defense of the faith. In the program, he gives a great explanation of apologetics, and the resources that are available to anyone, anywhere in the world, who has questions about the Mormon faith. The two main resources he notes are the Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research (FAIR), and the Interpreter Foundation.

You can listen to his program below, which will also be included in our podcast feed.




Interpreter Podcast 2: Mark Wright

Professor Mark Alan Wright of BYU Religious Education discusses his background and Ph.D. in Maya Studies. He reflects on a number of Mesoamerican practices and their possible connection with the Book of Mormon, including “day-keepers,” Shamanism and divine investiture, taking the countenance of a god by wearing deity masks, and the Maya calendar system and prophecy.


For Dr. Wright’s presentation on Nephite Daykeepers, see this YouTube video:

Interpreter Podcast 1: About Interpreter Foundation

In this inaugural podcast discussion Dan Peterson and William Hamblin discuss the origin and purposes of the Interpreter Foundation, including Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, the Interpreter website (, and the upcoming Interpreter sponsored conference, “The Temple on Mount Zion.”

Select the play button below to listen to the podcast. If you are viewing this in an email, you will need to go to the website to listen to the podcast. These podcasts will also be available in our Audio Podcast Feed, which you can subscribe to in various ways; see the audio format and subscription options on our How-To page.