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Increasing understanding of scripture one article at a time

Increasing understanding of scripture one article at a time

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Hugh Nibley Observed

Edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock
Foreword by John W. Welch

Published by The Interpreter Foundation, Orem Utah in cooperation with Eborn Books, Salt Lake City, Utah
and in collaboration with Book of Mormon Central and FAIR

Softcover, PDF, Kindle and Audio Book editions available now, hardbound available soon

For additional information, go to https://interpreterfoundation.org/books/

Matthew Black and Mircea Eliade Meet Hugh Nibley

Matthew Black and Mircea Eliade Meet Hugh Nibley

Abstract: As a graduate student, Gordon Thomasson had the opportunity to introduce two internationally renowned scholars to the publications and scholarship of Hugh Nibley: Matthew Black, an eminent scholar of ancient Enoch writings; and Mircea Eliade, famed chair of...

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An Ingenious and Inspiring Literary Analysis of Alma 30–42

Honoring Hugh Nibley — Again

Review of Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley Ricks, and Stephen Whitlock (Orem, UT: Interpreter Foundation, 2021). 820 pages. $45.00 (hardback), $35.00 (paperback). Abstract: Hugh Nibley Observed is the third assembly of essays...

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An Ingenious and Inspiring Literary Analysis of Alma 30–42

Giving the Book of Ether its Proper Due

Review of Daniel L. Belnap, ed., Illuminating the Jaredite Records (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University / Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2020). 320 pages. Hardback, $27.95. Abstract: Illuminating the Jaredite Record collects ten...

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“We Will Still Weep for Zion”:  War and Wealth

“One Peep at the Other Side”: What Did Hugh Nibley’s Near-Death Experience Teach Him about the Purpose of Life?

This is the sixth of eight weekly blog posts published in honor of the life and work of Hugh Nibley (1910–2005). The series is in honor of the new, landmark book, Hugh Nibley Observed, available in softcover, hardback, digital, and audio editions. Besides those who actively oppose the idea that that a loving, personal God exists in heaven, there have also always been others to whom questions of this sort never even occur.

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Interpreter Radio Show — May 2, 2021

Interpreter Radio Show — May 2, 2021

  You can listen to or download the May 2 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). The hosts were Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye, and Hales Swift. In this...

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