At a recent FairMormon conference, Grant Hardy gave a talk on how we can do apologetics more effectively, so I thought this would make a very good Friday traditio. For those who are unfamiliar with Grant, he is a historian at the University of North Carolina- Ashville and is the author of the book Understanding the Book of Mormon. Perhaps Grant's most important work however is his readers edition of the Book of Mormon, where he uses the 1920 edition of the text and reformats it into a very reader-friendly text, complete with footnotes and explanations in the back. (Thanks to him, the Isaiah chapters are not only bearable but very readable.)
I hope you all enjoy what Grant has to say.