You can listen to or download the August 15th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Martin Tanner, Kris Frederickson and Mike Parker. In this episode, our hosts discussed following the counsel of the First Presidency as well as recapped the recent FAIR conference. The second portion of the show is a roundtable discussing the upcoming Come Follow Me lesson #39 (D&C 106-115). The Interpreter Radio Show can be heard Sunday evenings from 7 to 9 PM (MDT), on K-TALK, AM 1640, or you can listen live on the Internet at ktalkmedia.com. Call in to 801-254-1640 with your questions and comments during the live show.
Original air date: August 15, 2021. This recording has been edited to remove commercial breaks.
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:48:15 — 12.4MB)
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When dear friends and relatives of mine choose not to get vaccinated and then die from COVID-19, I confess to having feelings of mixed emotion. Why didn’t they listen to the prophets?
When Martin Tanner failed to find something really sad in his and his ward members’ refusal to simply “follow the prophet,” I could see the usually dependable show was straying from what I understood to be the show’s mission of defending the Church.
When Kris Frederickson chose to use words like “bludgeon” and “haranguing,” I knew the civil tone usually employed on The Interpreter Radio Show was in need of attention.
And no, Mike, the First Presidency did not “suggest” the wearing of face masks. The word was “urge.” There is a big difference. Is it really necessary that we be “commanded in all things”?