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Nibley, Hugh W. “Accommodating Religion to Your Life Style.” 27pp. Lecture given in the Religion in Life series.

This paper includes many quotations from Brigham Young and the scriptures.

Nibley, Hugh W. “An Ambivalent Emblem.” 6 pp.

An article about being in the world but not of the world.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Ancient Ordinances.” Typescript of notes on a talk, n.d.

7 pages.

A talk in which ancient and modern ordinances are compared, and the notes therein.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Early Jewish and Christian Belief in the Preexistence.” d.s., n.d, 15 pp.
Nibley, Hugh W. “Egypt and Joseph Smith.” 4 pp. unpublished typescript, n.d.

Questions and answers given at an unknown time and place.

Answers the following questions: “What is the Prophet’s attraction to Egypt?”; “Why have the vast majority of people never known the Gospel?”; “What is the relationship between the Osiris myth and the Abraham story?”; “What is the pattern we must follow to become sons of God, to gain eternal life?”; “How do the three Facsimiles relate to that pattern?”; “What specifically is the Hypocephalus?”; and “What is the appeal of Light to the Egyptians? What does the Sun represent?” —from Gary Gillum

Nibley, Hugh W. “Humanism and the Gospel.” 49 pp. d.s. pp., s.s., rough draft of lecture notes, n.d.
Nibley, Hugh W. “Irenaeus, Lecture #2.” 24 pp., d.s., rough transcription of a talk, n.d.
Nibley, Hugh W. “Peter.” 30 pp. rough transcript of a lecture, n.d.
Nibley, Hugh W. “Plato’s Athens.” 10 pp., d.s., typed transcript of a lecture, n.d.

Later published through FARMS, Brigham Young University.

The views of Aristophanes are set forth on corruption in the commercial world of the time. This is then linked to certain themes in the Platonic dialogues (Phaedrus, Gorgius, Sophist, Meno, Apology) in which language can be found in which Socrates quarrels with the Sophists over such matters.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Priesthood.” 3 pp., s.s., transcript, n.d.

An excellent description of what the priesthood is.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Some Significant Statements by Leading Scientists on the Scope of Scientific Authority.” 17 pp., s.s., but pagination is not continuous, n.d.

The materials were collected after 1965.

A class handout which consists of a medley of quotations from various people, for example, Karl Popper, arranged under headings.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Some Very Vital Statistics.” 2 pp., s.s., n.d.

Reprinted in Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple.

This short autobiography seems to be an introduction to a series in the Improvement Era or elsewhere.

Nibley, Hugh W. “The Ancient Christian Church.” 160 pp.

This is a manuscript dealing with authority and the councils, possibly related to the 155-page manuscript that became the volume Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity, which focuses more on the office of Bishop.

Nibley, Hugh W. “The Apocrypha and the Book of Mormon.” 1 p. typescript from cassette tape, incomplete.
Nibley, Hugh W. “The Jerusalem Scene.” 16 pp. transcript of a lecture, n.d.

A treatment of the role and symbolic power of Jerusalem for Christians. This was also circulated in pamphlet form by the Israeli Foreign Ministry. Cf. the various versions of Nibley’s talk on the Lachish letters.

Nibley, Hugh W. “The Lesson of the Sixth Century B. C.” 14 pp., d.s., transcript of a lecture, n.d.

Published by FARMS in 1984, indexed as N-LES, as part of the Nibley Archive, 13 pp.

Discusses the Book of Mormon and Lehi to give a better view of how the future might view our day.

Nibley, Hugh W. “The Priesthoods of Men.” 7 pp., s.s., n.d.

“Reformatted by

Gary Gillum 16 May 2006.“

Seems to be a combination of Nibley’s G-2 reports or the outline for a lecture or book. Thirty separate points are outlined.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Zion and Babylon Contrasted.” Typed transcript of a talk, unknown date.
Gillum, Gary P. “All Scripture Index to Hugh Nibley's Works.” FARMS Preliminary Report.

A full list of scripture references used in works written by Hugh Nibley.

Petersen, Boyd J. “And So Forth: The Personal Hugh Nibley.” Manuscript, n.d. Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 6.
Huchel, Frederick M. “Combined Table of Contents and Index of Titles for The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley.” FARMS.

Indexes of volumes 1–13 of the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, printed as a half page booklet. Contains an alphabetical article listing at end.

Huchel, Frederick M. “Combined Table of Contents and Index of Titles for The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley.” FARMS.

Indexes of vol 1–13 of the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley containing an alphabetical article listing at end.

Gillum, Gary P. “Hugh Nibley: A Subject Index to His Works.” FARMS Preliminary Report.

An index sorted by subject.

Gillum, Gary P. “Nibley: An Annotated Bibliography 1939-May 1982.” FARMS Preliminary Report.

26 pages, alphabetical ignoring the FARMS ID in left column where available.

Anonymous. “Nibley’s Wit Keeps BYU on Toes.” Daily Herald, n.d. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 10.
Gillum, Gary P. “Observations of Hugh Nibley: from Gillum’s 1972–2009 journals.” http://sites.lib.byu.edu/nibley/journal/.

A collection of excerpts from Gillum’s journal that mention Hugh Nibley.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Meyer’s Comparison of Mohammad and Joseph Smith.” Typescript, 7pp. Date unknown.

Follows Eduard Meyer’s Ursprung und Geschichte der Mormonen to compare Mohammad with Joseph Smith.

Anonymous. “Review of Since Cumorah.” The Olive Leaf. See Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 22, folder 5.

This is in a campus newspaper.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Nibley Letters.” 40 pp. of exerpts from letters from Hugh Nibley on various topics.

Typed transcript

Faulring, Scott H., Kent P. Jackson, and Robert J. Matthews. “Old Testament Revision 1.” The Joseph Smith Papers.
Midgley, Louis C. Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes. Association for Mormon Letters.
Faulring, Scott H., Kent P. Jackson, and Robert J. Matthews. “Old Testament Revision 2.” The Joseph Smith Papers.
Midgley, Louis C. Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes. Confestti Antiques and Books.
Faulring, Scott H., Kent P. Jackson, and Robert J. Matthews. “New Testament Revision 1.” The Joseph Smith Papers.
Faulring, Scott H., Kent P. Jackson, and Robert J. Matthews. “New Testament Revision 2.” The Joseph Smith Papers.
Welch, John W. “Since Hugh Nibley.” Undated, unpublished manuscript, Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 7.
Everett, Rebecca Fechser. “The Blueprint.” “The Blueprint (Upon Pondering Nibley’s Temple and Cosmos)”; “A Note of Explanation upon the Portrait of Hugh W. Nibley.” Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 3, undated.

A poem that captures the spirit of the Book of Abraham.

Brady, Jane D. “The Legend of Hugh Nibley.” For publication in Brigham Young Magazine, n.d. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen box 21, folder 11.
Smith, Robert F. “Book of Mormon Event Structure: The Ancient Near East.” Preliminary Report. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. Reprinted with permission from Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 5/2 (1996): 98-147.

Robert Smith works out a detailed chronology of events in Palestine and the surrounding area from 793-445 B.c. to show what was happening in the years prior to Lehi’s departure from Jerusalem and journey to and settlement of the New World. He also describes the topographical and climatic conditions of the land through which Lehi and his colony may well have traveled on their way to the Americas.

Keywords: Book of Mormon, Chronology
Sperry, Sidney B. “The Isaiah Quotation: 2 Nephi 12-24.” Preliminary Report. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. lecture.
Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. “Lands of The Book of Mormon.” Preliminary Report. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.

A PRODUCTION USING 35 MM SLIDES WITH A CASSETTE SOUNDTRACK (ALSO AVAILABLE ON VHS OR BETA VIDEO CASSETTE) TO PORTRAY THE LANDS AND PLACES ASSOCIATED WITH THE BOOK OF MORMON AS FAR AS THEY CAN BE REASONABLY IDENTIFIED AT THIS TIME.

Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. “Nephite Weights and Measures in the Time of Mosiah II.” Preliminary Report. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.

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