Interpreter (journal)

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Interpreter  
Interpreter.jpg
Discipline LDS apologetics, Mormon studies
Language English
Edited by Daniel C. Peterson
Publication details
Publisher
The Interpreter Foundation (United States)
Publication history
2012-present
Yes
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ISSN 2372-1227 (print)
2372-126X (web)
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Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering primarily LDS apologetics as well as Mormon studies.[1][2] It was established in 2012 by The Interpreter Foundation with Daniel C. Peterson as founding editor-in-chief.[3] Peterson had previously been the founding editor of the journal FARMS Review, which in 2011 had been renamed Mormon Studies Review[4][5][1][2] and soon thereafter re-launched without apologetics as its main focus.[6]

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  1. ^ a b Walker, Joseph; Lloyd, R. Scott (August 4, 2012), "FAIR Conference ends as new Mormon scholarly journal begins", Deseret News, retrieved 2013-09-06 
  2. ^ a b Smoot, Stephen O. (September 18, 2012), "Mormon studies journal launches", The Student Review (BYU) 2 (1): 6, retrieved 2013-09-04 
  3. ^ Peterson, Daniel (August 15, 2013), "Defending the Faith: Each voice is unique and needed", Deseret News, retrieved 2013-08-16 
  4. ^ Stack, Peggy Fletcher (June 26, 2012), "Shake-up hits BYU's Mormon studies institute", The Salt Lake Tribune, retrieved 2013-08-16 
  5. ^ Stack, Peggy Fletcher (April 25, 2013), "Split emerges among Mormon scholars", The Salt Lake Tribune, retrieved 2013-08-16 
  6. ^ Peterson, Daniel C. (December 14, 2012), "The Role of Apologetics in Mormon Studies", Mormoninterpreter.com, retrieved 2013-09-04  — Note: this is a reprint of his August 2012 FAIR speech "Of 'Mormon Studies' and Apologetics".

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