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Hugh W. Nibley Bibliography

Hugh Winder Nibley was born on 27 March 1910, in Portland, Oregon, to Alexander and Agnes Sloan Nibley. He attended public schools in Portland, Medford, and Los Angeles, where he excelled in school and gained a life-long love of nature, art, astronomy, drama, and literature.

Upon graduation from high school, seventeen-year-old Hugh served a three-year mission for the LDS Church to Germany. He later served a short-term mission to the Northern States. He earned his bachelors degree in history at UCLA in 1934, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and his PhD at Berkeley in 1938. As a college student, he belonged to the National Honor Society Phi Beta Kappa. Prior to the US entering World War II, he taught at the Consortium of Colleges at Claremont, California. In 1942, he joined the Army, where he served in military intelligence. Attached to the 101st Airborne Division, he landed on Utah Beach on D-Day, fought in Holland during Operation Market-Garden, and was mapping German forces when the breakout occurred at Bastogne.

Following the war, he married Phyllis Ann Draper on 18 September 1946, in the Salt Lake Temple. Dr. Nibley began his teaching career that Fall at Brigham Young University, where he taught history, languages, and religion. He became best known for his writings on LDS scripture which were published in Church magazines almost monthly throughout the next three decades, as well as his numerous lectures and books. His book An Approach to the Book of Mormon was used as a lesson manual for the LDS Church in 1957. He officially retired from BYU in 1975, but continued teaching until 1994.

Dr. Nibley's legacy at BYU is substantial. In addition to teaching a wide variety of subjects, publishing numerous articles in both academic and LDS journals, and delivering lectures throughout the country, he helped the library acquire an extensive religious studies collection. In 1973, he was called to serve as the first director of the newly created Institute for Ancient Studies. In 2001, the Ancient Studies reading room at BYU was named in his honor. He received numerous awards, among them the David O. McKay Humanities Award in 1971, Professor of the Year in 1973, Distinguished Service Award in 1979, the Exemplary Manhood Award in 1991, and an honorary doctorate from BYU in 1983. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, which is being published by FARMS, has reached 15 volumes. He inspired an entire generation of Mormon scholars, and touched the lives of thousands of people throughout the world. Until his health declined, Brother Nibley served faithfully in the Provo 9th Ward as a Sunday School teacher and home teacher.

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Books

1946
No, Ma'am, That's Not History: A Brief Review of Mrs. Brodie's Reluctant Vindication of a Prophet She Seeks to Expose. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1946.
1952
1954
The World and the Prophets. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1954. 250 pp. See Time Vindicates the Prophets for audio and video. Also see The World and the Prophets (1962) and The World and the Prophets (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 3).
Abstract: In 1954, Hugh Nibley delivered a series of weekly lectures on KSL Radio. The series called “Time Vindicates the Prophets,” was given in answer to those who were challenging the right of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to call themselves Christians.
1957
An Approach to the Book of Mormon. Salt Lake City: Council of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1957. xvi + 416 pp. See An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1964)and An Approach to the Book of Mormon (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 6) (1988).
1961
The Myth Makers. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1961. 293 pp.
Keywords: Mormon Church, Controversial literature, Mormons, Apologetic works, Joseph Smith
1962
The World and the Prophets. 2nd enl. ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1962. 281 pp. See Time Vindicates the Prophets for audio and video. Also see The World and the Prophets (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 3).
1963
What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History. Provo, UT: BYU Extension Publications, 1963. See also "The Idea of the Temple in History" in Millennial Star (1958), What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1968), “What is a Temple?” in The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives (1984) and Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987).
Abstract: This essay was first written in 1958 for the dedication of the London Temple. Those Church Fathers, especially of the fourth century, who proclaim the victory of Christianity over its rivals constantly speak of the Church as the competitor and supplanter of the Synagogue, and modern authorities are agreed that in ritual and liturgy the Christian Church grew up “in the shadow of the Synagogue.” This is a most significant fact. While the Temple stood the Jews had both its ancient ordinances and the practices of the Synagogue, but they were not the same. The Temple was unique, and when it was destroyed the Synagogue of the Jews did not take over its peculiarly sacred functions—they were in no wise authorized to do so.
Sounding Brass. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1963. 294 pp. See also Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass: The Art of Telling Tales about Joseph Smith and Brigham Young (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 11) (1991).
Abstract: This book carries the subtitle “Informal Studies in the Lucrative Art of Telling Stories About Brigham Young and the Mormons” and is a response to Irving Wallace’s The Twenty-seventh Wife (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1961). A few historians have been annoyed because Nibley pointed out some of the flaws in anti-Mormon literature. “Hugh Nibley’s Sounding Brass …. is a meticulous critique of two anti-Mormon writings. Nibley’s book is most useful for the poorly informed who do not have the background to critique sensationalistic or popular works of questionable validity, like those of Ann Eliza Young or Irving Wallace.
Keywords: Ann Eliza Young, Brigham Young
New Discoveries concerning the Bible and Church History. Provo, UT: BYU Extension Publications, 1963.
1964
The Early Christian Church in Light of Some Newly Discovered Papyri from Egypt. Provo, UT: BYU Extension Publications, 1964.
An Approach to the Book of Mormon. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1964. xxii + 416 pp. See also An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1957) and An Approach to the Book of Mormon (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 6) (1988).
1967
Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1967. xiii + 451 pp.
1968
What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History. 2nd ed. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1968. See also "The Idea of the Temple in History" in Millennial Star (1958), What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1963), “What is a Temple?” in The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives (1984) and Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987).
Abstract: This essay was first written in 1958 for the dedication of the London Temple. Those Church Fathers, especially of the fourth century, who proclaim the victory of Christianity over its rivals constantly speak of the Church as the competitor and supplanter of the Synagogue, and modern authorities are agreed that in ritual and liturgy the Christian Church grew up “in the shadow of the Synagogue.” This is a most significant fact. While the Temple stood the Jews had both its ancient ordinances and the practices of the Synagogue, but they were not the same. The Temple was unique, and when it was destroyed the Synagogue of the Jews did not take over its peculiarly sacred functions—they were in no wise authorized to do so.
1970
Since Cumorah. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1970.
When the Lights Went Out: Three Studies on the Ancient Apostasy. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1970. 94 pp.
1973
Genesis of the Written Word. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1973.
1975
The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1975. xiii + 305 pp.
1978
Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless: Classic Essays of Hugh Nibley. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1978. xxviii + 323 pp.
1980
Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1980. Contains a new comprehensive index by Gary P. Gillum. See also Lehi in the Desert (1950), The World of the Jaredites (1951), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1952), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1987) and Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 5) (1988).
1981
Abraham in Egypt. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1981. xi + 288 pp.
Of All Things! A Nibley Quote Book. Compiled and edited by Gary P. Gillum. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1981. xi + 178 pp.
1986
Old Testament and Related Studies (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 1). Edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986. xiv + 290 pp.
Abstract: In December 1832, the Lord instructed the Prophet Joseph Smith, “Seek ye diligently and teach one another words of wisdom; yea, seek ye out the best books words of wisdom; seek learning, even by study and also by faith.”This collection of papers and lectures, many of which have never been published, includes papers on the earth before Adam, the historicity of the Bible, archaeology and religion, myths and the scriptures, patriarchy and matriarchy, apocryphal works, the message of Isaiah, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Qumran community, and other subjects, all in Dr. Nibley's fascinating and inimitable style.
Enoch the Prophet (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley Vol. 2. Edited by Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986. viii + 309 pp.
Abstract: In the Book of Moses, part of the Latter-day Saint scriptural canon known as the Pearl of Great Price, are what the Prophet Joseph Smith entitled “extracts from the prophecy of Enoch.” These scriptures, says the eminent LDS scholar Hugh Nibley, “supply us with the most valuable control yet on the bona fides of the Prophet. . . . We are to test. . . . ‘How does it compare with records known to be authentic?’ The excerpts offer the nearest thing to a perfectly foolproof test—neat, clear-cut, and decisive—of Joseph Smith’s claim to inspiration.”In Enoch the Prophet, Dr. Nibley examines and defends that claim by examining Joseph Smith’s translations in the context of recently discovered apocryphal sources.
1987
Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1987. viii + 272 pp. An unedited reprinting of the original version. See also Lehi in the Desert (1950), The World of the Jaredites (1951), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1952), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1980), Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 5) (1988).
The World and the Prophets (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 3). Edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. 3rd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987. xii + 333 pp. See also Time Vindicates the Prophets for audio and video.
Abstract: In 1954, Hugh Nibley delivered a series of weekly lectures on KSL Radio. The series called "Time Vindicates the Prophets," was given in answer to those who were challenging the right of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to call themselves Christians.
Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4). Edited by Todd M. Compton and Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987. xiii + 446 pp.
Abstract: From the outset of his career, Dr. Hugh Nibley has been centrally concerned with primitive Christianity, especially the shadowy era between the New Testament proper and the emergence and the triumph of the Catholic Church and Holy Roman Empire. That is the era treated in the nine essays collected in this volume. The essays cover such subjects as early accounts of Jesus' childhood, the Savior's forty-day ministry after his resurrection, baptism for the dead in ancient times, the passing of the primitive church, and the early Christian prayer circle. Each essay examines the close connection between the practices and the doctrines of the early Church and the Church of the latter days. Each essay has been reedited, and all the original sources have been rechecked.
1988
Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 5). Edited by John W. Welch, Darrell L. Matthews, and Stephen R. Callister. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. xviii + 464 pp. See also Lehi in the Desert (1950), The World of the Jaredites (1951), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1952), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1980), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1987).
Abstract: Hugh Nibley is probably still best known for his groundbreaking investigations into the ancient Near Eastern backgrounds of Lehi and of the Jaredites. Those classic studies are contained in this volume — the first of several books to appear in the volumes of The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley that deal with the Book of Mormon.
An Approach to the Book of Mormon (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 6). Edited by John W. Welch. 3rd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. Xvii + 541 pp. See An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1957) and An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1964).
Abstract: Originally published in 1957 as a Melchizedek Priesthood manual , An Approach to the Book of Mormon is Dr. Hugh Nibley’s classic work on the Book of Mormon. A gifted scholar with expertise in ancient languages, literature, and history, Nibley shows numerous details in the Book of Mormon narrative to be in accord with cultural traits of the Middle East.
Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 7). Edited by John W. Welch. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. xv + 512 pp.
Abstract: A hundred years ago, the Book of Mormon was regarded by the scholarly world as an odd text that simply did not fit their understanding of the ancient world. Since that time, however, numerous ancient records have come to light, including the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi texts. These discoveries have forced scholars to change their views of history, and they place the Book of Mormon in a new light as well. That is why respected Latter-day Saint scholar Hugh Nibley wrote Since Cumorah, a brilliant literary, theological, and historical evaluation of the Book of Mormon as an ancient book.
1989
The Prophetic Book of Mormon (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 8). Edited by John W. Welch. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989. xi + 595 pp.
Abstract: The Book of Mormon is a prophetic book. It was written by prophets and about prophets. It was foreseen by prophets and foresees our day. It was brought forth by prophetic gifts for prophetic purposes. It speaks in a clarion voice of warning to those who would survive the last days.The articles in this volume, brought together under one cover for the first time, approach the Book of Mormon through a variety of prophetic themes. They speak out incisively on such topics as the prophecy of Ezekiel 37, internal and external evidences of the divine origin of the Book of Mormon, literary style in the Book of Mormon, ancient temples and the Book of Mormon, and the Book of Mormon's teachings for the last days.
Approaching Zion (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 9). Edited by Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989. xviii + 631 pp.
Abstract: Approaching Zion is LDS scholar and social critic Hugh Nibley's most popular book. More accessible than many of his scholarly works, it is replete with Nibley's trademark humor and startling insights into history, religion and life.Well known and beloved in its text form, most of the essays in this book were originally delivered as speeches. In Approaching Zion, Hugh Nibley gives thinkers reason to believe, and believers something to think about.
1990
The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 10). Edited by Donald W. Parry and Stephen D. Ricks. [Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon.] Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990. xi + 515 pp.
Abstract: The Ancient State, by Hugh Nibley, is a thought-provoking examination of aspects of ancient culture, from the use of marked arrows to the surprisingly universal conception of kinship, from argument from various schools of philosophy to the rise of rhetoric. Author Hugh Nibley brings his usual meticulous research and scholarship to bear in this enlightening collection of essays and lectures.
1991
Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass: The Art of Telling Tales about Joseph Smith and Brigham Young (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 11). Edited by David J. Whittaker. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1991. xxi + 741 pp.
Abstract: The apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians, &ldquoThough I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal” (I Corinthians 13:1). Since then, the terms “tinkling cymbals” and “sounding brass” have often been used to signify words of emptiness and confusion — describing perfectly most writings critical of the Latter-day Saints.Trained in history and interested in classical rhetoric, Hugh Nibley brings a broad perspective to his study of anti-Mormon writings. Included in this volume are: * No Ma'am, that's Not History* Censoring the Joseph Smith Story* The Myth Makers* Sounding Brass
1992
Temple and Cosmos: Beyond This Ignorant Present (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 12). Edited by Don E. Norton. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1992. xix + 597 pp.
Abstract: In Temple and Cosmos, Brother Nibley explains the relationship of the House of the Lord to the cosmos. In Temple, the first part of the volume, he focuses on the nature, meaning, and history of the temple, discussing such topics as sacred vestments, the circle and the square, and the symbolism of the temple and its ordinances.In the second part, Cosmos, he discusses the cosmic context of the temple-the expanding gospel, apocryphal writings, religion and history, the genesis of the written word, cultural diversity in the universal church, and the terrible questions: Where did we come from? Why are we here? and Where are we going?
1993
Of All Things: Classic Quotations from Hugh Nibley, 2nd ed., revised and expanded. Compiled and edited by Gary P. Gillum. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1993. xii + 292 pp.
Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 1. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1993. 482 pp. Transcripts of 29 lectures.
Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 2. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1993. 473 pp. Transcripts of 27 lectures.
Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 3. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1993. 360 pp. Transcripts of 29 lectures.
Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 4. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1993. 287 pp. Transcripts of 27 lectures with 5 lectures by John W. Welch.
1994
Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 13). Edited by Don E. Norton and Shirley S. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994. xv + 541 pp.
Abstract: Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints presents Hugh Nibley's reflections on the thoughts of Brigham Young on politics, education, leadership, and the environment. The timeliness of Brigham's counsel on these topics will quickly become apparent to readers, as will the unique insights that Nibley adds. This volume will amuse, provoke, and challenge — and, above all, educate.
2000
Abraham in Egypt (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 14). Edited by Gary P. Gillum. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2000. xxxiii + 705 pp.
Abstract: Considered by many to be a classic in LDS literature, Abraham in Egypt is coming back to print in an enlarged edition published in association with the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS). In 1968-1970, Hugh Nibley wrote a series of articles for the Improvement Era titled "A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price." Brother Nibley asked that some of these articles be made into chapters to be added to Abraham in Egypt. This is what constitutes the new edition; no changes were made to the original chapters. For the articles, Nibley drew from many Jewish and rabbinical sources, while his work in the first edition was based on Egyptian material.
2001
When the Lights Went Out: Three Studies on the Ancient Apostasy. Provo, UT: FARMS, 2001. 149 pp.
2004
Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless. 2nd ed. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2004. xxxviii + 333 pp.
2005
Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 15). Edited by John F. Hall and John W. Welch. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005. xxv + 254 pp.
Abstract: Much can be learned from the New Testament and other early Christian sources about the powers, duties, and desired attributes of those who originally held the offices of apostle and bishop. Catholics claim that Peter was the first bishop of Rome, and Eastern Orthodox Christians assert that he was the first bishop of Antioch. But does either position reflect the apostolic or episcopal offices completely or correctly? What, really was the role of bishops, and what was their relationship with apostles in the early Christian church? It is hard to imagine anyone better than Hugh Nibley to shed light on this challenging and intriguing topic.
The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 16). Edited by John Gee and Michael Rhodes. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005. xxx + 609 pp.
Abstract: This is the first — and still the only book-length commentary on the Joseph Smith Papyri. In this long-awaited new edition, with expanded text and numerous illustrations, Professor Nibley shows that the papyri are not the source of the Book of Abraham. Rather than focusing on what the papyri are not, as most commentators have done, Nibley masterfully explores what the papyri are and what they meant in ancient times. He demonstrates how these ancient Egyptian papyri contain a message that is of particular interest to Latter-day Saints.
2006
Sergeant Nibley PhD: Memories of an Unlikely Screaming Eagle. Salt Lake City: Shadow Mountain, 2006.
2008
Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 17). Edited by Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2008. xvi + 536 pp.
Abstract: In the tradition of Approaching Zion, this book represents Nibley at his best. It is loaded with stunning insights on the temple, trenchant social commentary and fascinating autobiographical details.
2009
An Approach to the Book of Abraham (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 18). Edited by John Gee. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2009. xxxix + 632 pp.
Abstract: The volume contains diverse essays, including his three-year series of lengthy articles from the Improvement Era, “A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price.” According to Nibley, “Until now, no one has done much more than play around with the bedizening treasury of the Pearl of Great Price. They would not, we could not make of the Book of Abraham an object of serious study. The time has come to change all that.”
2010
One Eternal Round (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 19). Coauthored by Michael D. Rhodes. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2010. xxii + 698.
Abstract: One Eternal Round is the culmination of Hugh Nibley's thought on the book of Abraham and represents over fifteen years of research and writing. The volume includes penetrating insights into Egyptian pharaohs and medieval Jewish and Islamic traditions about Abraham; Greek, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian myths; the Aztec calendar stone; Hopi Indian ceremonies; and early Jewish and Christian apocrypha, as well as the relationship of myth, ritual, and history.

Articles in Books

1927
"Two Stars." In Anthology of Student Verse, for 1925, edited by Snow Longley, 10–12. Los Angeles: Los Angeles High School, 1927.
1955
"Do Religion and History Conflict?" In Great Issues Forum, 22–39. Series 2: Religion, No. 5. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, Extension Division, 1955.
1959
"Strange Ships and Shining Stones." In A Book of Mormon Treasury: Selections from the Papers of the Improvement Era, 133–51. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1959.
1962
"How to Write an Anti-Mormon Book. Lecture 2, 17 February 1962." In Seminar on the Prophet Joseph Smith, 30–41. Provo, UT: BYU Extension Publications, 1962.
1970
"Brigham Young and the Enemy." In The Young Democrat, privately printed leaflets published in two separate parts in 1970.
1972
"Brigham Young on the Environment." In To the Glory of God, edited by Truman G. Madsen and Charles D. Tate, 3–29. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1972.
"Our Glory and Our Condemnation." In ASBYU Academics Office Presents: Last Lecture Series, 1971–72, 1–14. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, 1972.
"Jerusalem: In Christianity." Encyclopedia Judaica, 9:1568–75. New York: Macmillan, 1972.
1973
"What Is Zion? A Distant View." In What Is Zion? Joseph Smith Lecture Series, 1972–73, 1–21. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1973.
1974
"Easter and the Prophets." In Immortality: Famed Discourses on Eternal Progression and Future Existence, edited by Gordon T. Allred, 211–24. Salt Lake City: Hawkes, 1974.
"Two Ways to Remember the Dead." In Immortality: Famed Discourses on Eternal Progression and Future Existence, edited by Gordon T. Allred, 199–210. Salt Lake City: Hawkes, 1974.
1976
"Enoch the Prophet." In Pearl of Great Price Symposium: A Centennial Presentation, 76–85. Provo, UT: BYU Publications, 1976.
"More Brigham Young on Education." In Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, 2–20. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1976.
1977
"The Uses and Abuses of Patriotism." In American Heritage: A Syllabus for Social Science 100, 188–97. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1977.
1978
"Comments." In Mormonism, A Faith for All Cultures, edited by F. LaMond Tullis, 22–28. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1978.
"Great Are the Words of Isaiah." In Sidney B. Sperry Symposium [1978], 193–207. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1978.
1979
"Great Are the Words of Isaiah." In ASBYU Academics Presents: Outstanding Lectures, 1978–79, 71–88. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1979.
"Two Ways to Remember the Dead." Reprinted in Understanding Death, edited by Brent Barlow, 189–96. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1979.
1980
"Patriarchy and Matriarchy." Blueprints for Living: Perspectives for Latter-day Saint Women, vol. 1, edited by Maren M. Mouritsen, 44–61. Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1980.
1981
"Foreword." Learn Greek through the New Testament, by C. Wilfred Griggs and Randall Stewart, edited by Alan F. Keele and Marvin H. Folsom, i. Provo, UT: The Interlinguistica Series in Foreign Languages, 1981.
1982
"Two Shots in the Dark: 1. Dark Days in Jerusalem; 2. Christ among the Ruins." In Book of Mormon Authorship: New Light on Ancient Origins, edited by Noel B. Reynolds, 103–41. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1982.
"Judging and Prejudging the Book of Abraham." An appendix in They Lie in Wait to Deceive, vol. 1:236–45, by Robert L. and Rosemary Brown, edited by Barbara Ellsworth, rev. ed. Mesa, AZ: Brownsworth, 1982.
"The Prophetic Book of Mormon." Seventh East Press, 27 March 1982, 6–8, 16–17.
1983
"Acclamatio (Never Cry Mob)." In Toward a Humanistic Science of Politics: Essays in Honor of Francis Dunham Wormuth, edited by Dalmas H. Nelson and Richard L. Sklar, 11–22. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1983.
1984
"What Is a Temple?" In The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives, edited by Truman G. Madsen, 19–37. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1984. See also "The Idea of the Temple in History" in Millennial Star (1958), What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1963), What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1968). Included in Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987) and Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987).
Abstract: This essay was first written in 1958 for the dedication of the London Temple. Those Church Fathers, especially of the fourth century, who proclaim the victory of Christianity over its rivals constantly speak of the Church as the competitor and supplanter of the Synagogue, and modern authorities are agreed that in ritual and liturgy the Christian Church grew up “in the shadow of the Synagogue.” This is a most significant fact. While the Temple stood the Jews had both its ancient ordinances and the practices of the Synagogue, but they were not the same. The Temple was unique, and when it was destroyed the Synagogue of the Jews did not take over its peculiarly sacred functions—they were in no wise authorized to do so.
"Looking Backward." In The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives, edited by Truman G. Madsen, 39–51. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1984. Included as the last section of “What is a Temple?” in Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987).
Abstract: In his volume The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment, Nibley describes in great detail initiation and ritual and coronation procedures among the Egyptians. The appendix in this book includes temple-related lectures of Cyril of Jerusalem and other early documents. In the present essay Nibley provides a context for this study and his many others which, almost without his being aware of it, have formed the background of his temple preoccupation over three decades. He shows how incredibly mixed and diffuse and varied are traditions growing out of temple worship in the religions of the Far East, as with those of the Middle East. The power of the temple idea to invade the minutest detail of life is demonstrated. Inconclusive though many scholarly studies remain about a philosophy or matrix to make sense of all the data, Nibley believes there are connections and symmetries and correspondences which again point to one conclusion: historically, civilizations—indeed civilization itself—have revolved around the temple. This essay and his preceding one provide an omnibus introduction to the more specialized studies that follow.
1985
"From the Earth upon Which Thou Standest." In Looking toward Home, by Wulf Barsch (exhibition catalog), 10–13. Salt Lake City: LDS Church History Museum, 1985.
"Science Fiction and the Gospel." In LDSF 2: Latter-day Science Fiction, edited by Benjamin Urrutia, 5–28. Ludlow, MA: Parables, 1985.
1986
"Foreword." Why the Church Is as True as the Gospel, by Eugene England, vii–viii. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1986.
1987
"Leaders to Managers: The Fatal Shift." In Personal Voices: A Celebration of Dialogue, edited by Mary L. Bradford, 179–91. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1987.
1988
"Decorative Hardware with Intricate Meanings." In The Manti Temple, edited by Victor J. Rasmussen, 33–36. Provo, UT: Community Press, 1988.
1990
"Warfare and the Book of Mormon." In Warfare in the Book of Mormon, edited by Stephen D. Ricks and William J. Hamblin, 127–45. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990.
1991
"Foreword." The Last Days: Types and Shadows from the Bible and the Book of Mormon, by Avraham Gileadi, vii–xiii. Orem: Book of Mormon Research Foundation, 1991.
1994
"Temples: Meanings and Functions of Temples." In Encyclopedia of Mormonism, 4:1458–63. New York: Macmillan, 1992).
"A House of Glory." In Temples of the Ancient World, edited by Donald W. Parry, 29–47. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994.
"Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?" In Temples of the Ancient World, edited by Donald W. Parry, 399–410. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994.
"On the Sacred and the Symbolic." In Temples of the Ancient World, edited by Donald W. Parry, 535–621. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994.
1996
"Foreword." Working toward Zion: Principles of the United Order for the Modern World, by James W. Lucas and Warner P. Woodworth, ix–xi. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1996.
"Not to Worry." In Expressions of Faith: Testimonies of Latter-day Saint Scholars, edited by Susan Easton Black, 139–54. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1996.
1998
"Assembly and Atonement." In King Benjamin's Speech: That Ye May Learn Wisdom, edited by John W. Welch and Stephen D. Ricks, 119–45. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1998.
1999
"Abraham's Temple Drama." In The Temple in Time and Eternity, edited by Donald W. Parry and Stephen D. Ricks, 1–42. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1999.
"Assembly and Atonement." In King Benjamin's Speech Made Simple, edited by John W. Welch and Stephen D. Ricks, 99–125. Provo, UT: FARMS, 1999.
2000
"The Last Days, Then and Now." In The Disciple as Scholar: Essays on Scripture and the Ancient World in Honor of Richard Lloyd Anderson, edited by Stephen D. Ricks, Donald W. Parry, and Andrew H. Hedges, 269–303. Provo, UT: FARMS, 2000.
2005
"'Great Are the Words of Isaiah'." In Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament, edited by Paul Y. Hoskisson, 177–95. Salt Lake City: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2005.

Articles in Church Magazines and Newspapers

1926
"Of Birthdays." The Improvement Era; 1920-1930 (Volumes 24-33); 1925-1926 (Volume 29); 1926 June (No. 8); Church History Library, 743.
1948
"Review of Our Book of Mormon, by Sidney B. Sperry." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1948 (Volume 51); 1948 January (No. 1); Church History Library, 42.
"The Book of Mormon as a Mirror of the East." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1948 (Volume 51); 1948 April (No. 4); Church History Library, 202– 4, 249–51.
Abstract: "THE AVERAGE MAN," Wrote the great A. E. Housman, "believes that the text of ancient authors is generally sound, not because he has acquainted himself With the elements of the problem, but because he would feel uncomfortable if he did not believe it." The Book of Mormon has enjoyed no such popular support. Indeed, the "average man" would like nothing better than to see it thoroughly exposed once and for all; it has made him feel uncomfortable for over a century. What is holding up the show?
"Baptism for the Dead in Ancient Times." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
Abstract: Authors Note: The rapid amassing of primary source works and auxiliary documents at Brigham Young University through the purchase of large collections and sets both in this country and abroad, has made it possible for the first time to examine the Latter-day Saint position with reference to many ancient and valuable texts, which it has been the custom of Christian scholars in general either to pass by in silence or to interpret arbitrarily. This article is in the nature of a preliminary survey dealing with a subject which has meant little to church historians in the past, but on which in recent years a surprising amount of evidence has been brought to light.—H. N.
"Part 1." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1948 (Volume 51); 1948 December (No. 12); Church History Library, 786–88, 836–38.
"Part 2." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1949 (Volume 52); 1949 January (No. 1); Church History Library, 24–26, 60.
Abstract: The Teaching of the Lord After His Resurrection
"Part 3." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1949 (Volume 52); 1949 February (No. 2); Church History Library, 90–91, 109–10, 112.
Abstract: How the Dead Received Baptism
"Part 4." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1949 (Volume 52); 1949 March (No. 3); Church History Library, 146–48, 180–83.
"The Dilemma: Part 5—Conclusion." The Improvement Era; 1941-1950 (Volumes 44-53); 1949 (Volume 52); 1949 April (No. 4); Church History Library, 212–14.
1950
"The Christmas Quest." Millennial Star; 1941-1950 (Volumes 103-112); 1950 (Volume 112); 1950 January (No. 1); Church History Library, 4–5.
Abstract: EDITORS NOTE: With Christmas still fresh in our memories, Professor Hugh Nibley, in this article especially prepared for the readers of the Millennial Star, gives us an interesting insight into what the world looks for in the celebration of Christmas.
"Lehi in the Desert." A series of articles in the Improvement Era. See also Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1952), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1980), Lehi in the Desert and the World of the Jaredites (1987) and Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 5) (1988).
Abstract: Virtually all that is known of the world in which Lehi is purported to have lived has been discovered within the last hundred years — mostly within the last thirty. How does this information check with that in the book of 1 Nephi?
"Part 1 - The Problem." Improvement Era 53, no. 1 (1950): 102-104, 155-159.
Keywords: Ancient Near East, Arabia, Egyptology, Lehi (Prophet)
"Part 2." Improvement Era 53, no. 2 (1950): 102-104, 155-159.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet)
"Part 3 - The Problem." Improvement Era 53, no. 3 (1950): 200-202, 222, 225-226, 229-230.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Wilderness
"Part 4." Improvement Era 53, no. 4 (1950): 276-277, 320-326.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Wilderness
"Part 5 - Contacts in the Desert." Improvement Era 53, no. 5 (1950): 382-384, 448-449.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Wilderness
"Part 6 - Place Names in the Desert." Improvement Era 53, no. 6 (1950): 486-487, 516-519.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Nahom, River of Laman, Shazer, Valley of Lemuel, Wilderness
"Part 7." Improvement Era 53, no. 7 (1950): 566-567, 587-588.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Poetry, Wilderness
"Part 8 - Adventures in Jerusalem." Improvement Era 53, no. 8 (1950): 640-642, 670.
Keywords: Jerusalem (Old World), Laban, Nephi (Son of Lehi)
"Part 9 - A Word About Plates." Improvement Era 53, no. 9 (1950): 706-708, 744.
Keywords: Ancient Near East, Bountiful (Old World), Metal Plates, Metallurgy, Recordkeeping, Wilderness
"Part 10 - Conclusion." Improvement Era 53, no. 10 (1950): 804-806, 824, 826, 828, 830.
Keywords: Arabia, Lehi (Prophet), Wilderness
1951
"Part 1." Improvement Era, September 1951, 628–30, 673–75.
"Part 2." Improvement Era, October 1951, 704–6, 752–55.
"Part 3." Improvement Era, November 1951, 786–87, 833–35.
"Part 4." Improvement Era, December 1951, 862–63, 946–47.
"Part 5." Improvement Era, January 1952, 22–24.
"Part 6." Improvement Era, February 1952, 92–94, 98, 100, 102, 104–5.
"Part 7." Improvement Era, March 1952, 162–65, 167–68.
"Part 8." Improvement Era, April 1952, 236–38, 258, 260–65.
"Part 9." Improvement Era, May 1952, 316–18, 340, 342, 344, 346.
"Part 10." Improvement Era, June 1952, 398–99, 462–64.
"Conclusion." Improvement Era, July 1952, 510, 550.
1953
"The Stick of Judah and the Stick of Joseph." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Part 1: The Doctors Disagree." Improvement Era, January 1953, 16–17, 38–41.
"Part 2: What Were the Sticks?" Improvement Era, February 1953, 90–91, 123–27.
"Part 3." Improvement Era, March 1953, 150–52, 191–95.
"Part 4." Improvement Era, April 1953, 250, 267.
"Conclusion." Improvement Era, May 1953, 331–32, 334, 336, 338, 341, 343, 345.
"Columbus and Revelation." Instructor, October 1953, 319–20.
"New Approaches to Book of Mormon Study." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Part 1: Some Standard Tests." Improvement Era, November 1953, 830–31, 859–62.
"Part 2: Some Standard Tests." Improvement Era, December 1953, 919, 1003.
"Part 3." Improvement Era, January 1954, 30–32, 41.
"Part 4." Improvement Era, February 1954, 88–89, 125–26.
"Part 5." Improvement Era, March 1954, 148–50, 170.
"Part 6." Improvement Era, April 1954, 232–33, 246, 248–50, 252.
"Part 7." Improvement Era, 1954, 308–9, 326, 330.
"Part 8." Improvement Era, June 1954, 389, 447–48, 450–51.
"Conclusion." Improvement Era, July 1954, 506–7, 521.
1955
"The Way of the Church." A series of articles in three parts in the Improvement Era.
"The Way of the Church—1: Controlling the Past"
"Controlling the Past (A Consideration of Methods)." Improvement Era, January 1955, 20–22, 44–45.
"Controlling the Past." Improvement Era, February 1955, 86–87, 104, 106–7.
"Controlling the Past: Part 3." Improvement Era, March 1955, 152–54, 166, 168.
"Controlling the Past: Part 4." Improvement Era, April 1955, 230–32, 258, 260–61.
"Controlling the Past: Part 5." Improvement Era, May 1955, 306–8, 364–66.
"Controlling the Past: Part 6." Improvement Era, June 1955, 384–86, 455–56.
"The Way of the Church—2: Two Views of Church History"
"Two Views of Church History." Improvement Era, July 1955, 502–4, 538.
"Two Views of Church History: Part 2." Improvement Era, August 1955, 570–71, 599–600, 602–6.
"Two Views of Church History: Part 3." Improvement Era, September 1955, 650–53.
"Two Views of Church History: Part 4." Improvement Era, October 1955, 708–10.
"The Way of the Church—3: The Apocalyptic Background"
"The Apocalyptic Background, 1: The Eschatological Dilemma." Improvement Era, November 1955, 817, 829–31.
"The Apocalyptic Background, 2: The Eschatological Dilemma." Improvement Era, December 1955, 902–3, 968.
1956
"There Were Jaredites." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"There Were Jaredites." Improvement Era, January 1956, 30–32, 58–61.
"1: Egypt Revisited." Improvement Era, February 1956, 88–89, 106, 108.
"2: Egypt Revisited." Improvement Era, March 1956, 150–52, 185–87.
"3: Egypt Revisited." Improvement Era, April 1956, 244–45, 252–54, 258.
"4: Egypt Revisited." Improvement Era, May 1956, 308–10, 334, 336, 338–40.
"5: Egypt Revisited." Improvement Era, June 1956, 390–91, 460–61.
"The Babylonian Background, 1." Improvement Era, July 1956, 509–11, 514, 516.
"The Babylonian Background, 2." Improvement Era, August 1956, 566–67, 602.
"The Shining Stones—Continued." Improvement Era, September 1956, 630–32, 672–75.
"Epic Milieu in the Old Testament." Improvement Era, October 1956, 710–12, 745–51.
"Our Own People." Improvement Era, November 1956, 818–19, 857–58.
"Our Own People: Continued." Improvement Era, December 1956, 906–7.
"There Were Jaredites." A series of articles in the Improvement Era, continued.
"Our Own People—Continued." Improvement Era, January 1957, 26–27, 41.
"Our Own People—Concluded." Improvement Era, February 1957, 94–95, 122–24.
"More Voices from the Dust." Instructor, March 1956, 71–72, 74.
1958
"The Idea of the Temple in History." Millennial Star 120 (August 1958): 228–37, 247–49. See also What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History in 1963, What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1968), “What is a Temple?” in The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives (1984) and Mormonism and Early Christianity (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 4) (1987).
Abstract: This essay was first written in 1958 for the dedication of the London Temple. Those Church Fathers, especially of the fourth century, who proclaim the victory of Christianity over its rivals constantly speak of the Church as the competitor and supplanter of the Synagogue, and modern authorities are agreed that in ritual and liturgy the Christian Church grew up “in the shadow of the Synagogue.” This is a most significant fact. While the Temple stood the Jews had both its ancient ordinances and the practices of the Synagogue, but they were not the same. The Temple was unique, and when it was destroyed the Synagogue of the Jews did not take over its peculiarly sacred functions—they were in no wise authorized to do so.
Keywords: Primitive Church, Jewish temples, ordinances, religious ritual, synagogue, temple
1959
"'Mixed Voices': A Study in Book of Mormon Criticism." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Kangaroo Court." Improvement Era, March 1959, 145–48, 184–87.
"Kangaroo Court: Part Two." Improvement Era, April 1959, 224–26, 300–301.
"Just Another Book? Part One." Improvement Era, May 1959, 345–47, 388–91.
"Just Another Book? Part Two." Improvement Era, June 1959, 412–13, 501–3.
"Just Another Book? Part Two, Conclusion." Improvement Era, July 1959, 530– 31, 565.
"The Grab Bag." Improvement Era, July 1959, 530–33, 546–48.
"What Frontier, What Camp Meeting?" Improvement Era, August 1959, 590–92, 610, 612, 614–15.
"The Comparative Method." Improvement Era, October 1959, 744–47, 759.
"The Comparative Method." Improvement Era, November 1959, 848, 854, 856.
1961
"The Liahona's Cousins." Improvement Era, February 1961, 87–89, 104–6, 108–11.
"The Boy, Nephi, in Jerusalem." Instructor, March 1961, 84–85.
"Censoring the Joseph Smith Story." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Part 1: The Problem." Improvement Era, July 1961, 490–92, 522, 524, 526, 528.
"Part 2: Suppressing the First Vision Story after 1842." Improvement Era, August 1961, 577–79, 605–9.
"Part 3." Improvement Era, October 1961, 724–25, 736, 738, 740.
"Conclusion." Improvement Era, November 1961, 812–13, 865–69.
"The Literary Style of the Book of Mormon." Deseret News, Church News, 29 July 1961, 10, 15. Originally a letter addressed to Dear Mr. ——, dated 12 July 1961.
1962
"The Book of Mormon: True or False?" Millennial Star 124 (November 1962): 274–77.
1963
"'Howlers' in the Book of Mormon." Millennial Star 125 (February 1963): 28–34.
"The Dead Sea Scrolls: Some Questions and Answers." Instructor, July 1963, 233–35.
1964
"Since Cumorah: New Voices from the Dust." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Part 1." Improvement Era, October 1964, 816–21, 844–47.
"Part 1 (continued)." Improvement Era, November 1964, 924–28, 974–75, 977–78, 980–83.
"Part 1 (continued)." Improvement Era, December 1964, 1032–35, 1126–28.
"Part 1 (continued)." Improvement Era, January 1965, 34–37, 60–64.
"Part 2: Hidden Treasures: The Search for the Original Scriptures." Improvement Era, February 1965, 100–103, 146–47.
"Part 2: Hidden Treasures: The Search for the Original Scriptures (continued)." Improvement Era, March 1965, 210–13, 226, 228, 230, 232, 234.
"Part 3: Secrecy in the Primitive Church." Improvement Era, April 1965, 308– 11, 326, 328–32.
"Part 3: Secrecy in the Primitive Church (continued)." Improvement Era, May 1965, 406–7, 444.
"Part 3: Secrecy in the Primitive Church (concluded)." Improvement Era, June 1965, 482–83, 574–76.
"The Testament of Lehi: Part 1." Improvement Era, July 1965, 616–17, 645–48.
"The Testament of Lehi: Part 1 (continued)." Improvement Era, August 1965, 696–99, 702, 704.
"The Story of Zenos." Improvement Era, September 1965, 782–83, 792.
"The Olive Tree." Improvement Era, October 1965, 876–77, 916–17.
"The Bible, the Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon: A Problem of Three Bibles." Improvement Era, November 1965, 974–77, 1013, 1040.
"The Bible, the Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon: A Problem of Three Bibles (continued)." Improvement Era, December 1965, 1090–91, 1165–68.
"The Bible, the Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon: A Problem of Three Bibles (continued)." Improvement Era, January 1966, 32–34, 44–46.
"The Bible, the Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon: A Problem of Three Bibles (continued)." Improvement Era, February 1966, 118–22.
"The Bible, the Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon: A Problem of Three Bibles (continued)." Improvement Era, March 1966, 196–97, 232–34.
"The Mysteries of Zenos and Joseph." Improvement Era, April 1966, 296–97, 334–36.
"Problems, Not Solutions." Improvement Era, May 1966, 419–20, 422, 424.
"Problems, Not Solutions (continued)." Improvement Era, June 1966, 582–83.
"Epilogue: Since Qumran." Improvement Era, July 1966, 636–38.
"Since Qumran (continued)." Improvement Era, August 1966, 710–12.
1965
"Early Accounts of Jesus' Childhood." Instructor, January 1965, 35– 37.
1966
"Since Cumorah (Since Qumran)." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Since Cumorah (Since Qumran)." Improvement Era, September 1966, 794–95, 799–800, 802, 804–5.
"Since Cumorah (Since Qumran)." Improvement Era, October 1966, 884–85.
"Since Cumorah (Since Qumran)." Improvement Era, November 1966, 974–75, 1028–31.
"Since Cumorah (Since Qumran)." Improvement Era, December 1966, 1084–85, 1162–65.
1968
"A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price." A series of articles in the Improvement Era.
"Part 1. Challenge and Response." Improvement Era, January 1968, 18–24.
"Part 1. Challenge and Response (continued)." Improvement Era, February 1968, 14–18, 20–21.
"Part 1. Challenge and Response (continued)." Improvement Era, March 1968, 16–18, 20–22.
"Part 1. Challenge and Response (continued)." Improvement Era, April 1968, 64–69.
"Part 2. May We See Your Credentials?" Improvement Era, May 1968, 54–57.
"Part 2. May We See Your Credentials? (continued)." Improvement Era, June 1968, 18–22.
"Part 3. Empaneling the Panel." Improvement Era, July 1968, 48–55.
"Part 4. Second String." Improvement Era, August 1968, 53–64.
"Part 5. Facsimile No. 1: A Unique Document." Improvement Era, September 1968, 66–80.
"Part 5. Facsimile No. 1: A Unique Document (continued)." Improvement Era, October 1968, 73–81.
"Part 6. Facsimile No. 1: A Unique Document (continued)." Improvement Era, November 1968, 36–38, 40, 42, 44.
"Part 6. Facsimile No. 1: A Unique Document (continued)." Improvement Era, December 1968, 28–33.
"Part 7. The Unknown Abraham." Improvement Era, January 1969, 26–33.
"Part 7. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, February 1969, 64–67.
"Part 8[7]. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, March 1969, 76, 79–80, 82, 84.
"Part 7. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, April 1969, 66–72.
"Part 8[7]. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, May 1969, 87–91.
"Part 7. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, June 1969, 126–28, 130–32.
"Part 7. The Unknown Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, July 1969, 97–101.
"Part 8. Facsimile No. 1, By the Figures." Improvement Era, July 1969, 101–11. Part 8. Facsimile No. 1, By the Figures (continued). Improvement Era, August 1969, 75–87.
"Part 8. Facsimile No. 1, By the Figures (continued)." Improvement Era, September 1969, 85–95.
"Part 8. Facsimile No. 1, By the Figures (continued)." Improvement Era, October 1969, 85–88.
"Part 9. Setting the Stage—The World of Abraham." Improvement Era, October 1969, 89–95.
"Part 9. Setting the Stage—The World of Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, November 1969, 116–26.
"Part 9. Setting the Stage: The World of Abraham (continued)." Improvement Era, January 1970, 56–65.
"Part 10. The Sacrifice of Isaac." Improvement Era, March 1970, 84–94.
"Part 11. The Sacrifice of Sarah." Improvement Era, April 1970, 79–95.
"Conclusion: Taking Stock." Improvement Era, May 1970, 82–89, 91–94.
1970
"The Book of Mormon as a Mirror of the East." Improvement Era, November 1970, 115–20, 122–25.
1971
"The Day of the Amateur." New Era, January 1971, 42–44.
"If There Must Needs Be Offense." Ensign, July 1971, 53–55.
"Myths and the Scriptures." New Era, October 1971, 34–38.
1972
"Islam and Mormonism—A Comparison." Ensign, March 1972, 55– 64.
"Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?" Ensign, September 1972, 46–49.
"Man's Dominion." New Era, October 1972, 24–31.
1973
"The Genesis of the Written Word." New Era, September 1973, 38– 50.
1975
"A Strange Thing in the Land: The Return of the Book of Enoch." A series of articles in the Ensign.
"Part 1." Ensign, October 1975, 78–84.
"Part 2." Ensign, December 1975, 72–76.
"Part 3." Ensign, February 1976, 64–68.
"Part 4." Ensign, March 1976, 62–66.
"Part 5." Ensign, April 1976, 60–64.
"Part 6." Ensign, July 1976, 64–48.
"Part 7." Ensign, October 1976, 76–81.
"Part 8." Ensign, December 1976, 73–78.
"Part 9." Ensign, February 1977, 66–75.
"Part 10." Ensign, March 1977, 86–90.
"Part 11." Ensign, April 1977, 78–89.
"Part 12." Ensign, June 1977, 78–90.
"Part 13." Ensign, August 1977, 64–65.
1976
"What, Exactly, Is the Purpose and Significance of the Facsimiles in the Book of Abraham?" Ensign, March 1976, 34–36.
1981
"The Lachish Letters: Documents from Lehi's Day." Ensign, December 1981, 48–54.
1983
"Christ among the Ruins." Ensign, July 1983, 14, 16–19.

Articles in Non-Church Magazines, Journals, and Newspapers

1926
"The Freight Train." Lyric West 5/5 (1926): 171.
1939
"The Roman Games as a Survival of an Archaic Year-Cult." PhD diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1939.
1942
"New Light on Scaliger." Classical Journal 37/5 (February 1942): 291–95.
1945
"Sparsiones." Classical Journal 40/9 (June 1945): 515–43.
1949
"The Arrow, the Hunter, and the State." Western Political Quarterly 2/3 (1949): 328–44.
1951
"Review of The Ancient World, by Joseph W. Swain." Historian 13/1 (1951): 79–81.
"The Hierocentric State." Western Political Quarterly 4/2 (1951): 226–53.
1952
"Review of History of Syria: Including Lebanon and Palestine, by Philip K. Hitti." Western Political Quarterly 5/2 (June 1952): 312–13.
"Review of Near Eastern Culture and Society: A Symposium on the Meeting of East and West, edited by T. Cuyler Young." Western Political Quarterly 5/2 (June 1952): 315–16.
1953
"The Unsolved Loyalty Problem: Our Western Heritage." Western Political Quarterly 6/4 (1953): 631–57.
1956
"Victoriosa Loquacitas: The Rise of Rhetoric and the Decline of Everything Else." Western Speech 20/2 (1956): 57–82.
"Review of The Torment of Secrecy: The Background and Consequences of American Security Policies, by Edward A. Shils." American Political Science Review 50/3 (September 1956): 887–88.
1959
"Christian Envy of the Temple." Jewish Quarterly Review 50/2 (October 1959): 97–123.
1960
"Christian Envy of the Temple [part 2]." Jewish Quarterly Review 50/3 (January 1960): 229–40.
1961
"Paul and Moroni." Letter to Christianity Today 5/5 (22 May 1961): 727.
"The Passing of the Church: Forty Variations on an Unpopular Theme." Church History 30/2 (June 1961): 131–54.
1965
"Qumran and the Companions of the Cave." Revue de Qumran 5/2 (1965): 177–98.
"The Expanding Gospel." BYU Studies 7/1 (1965): 3–27.
1966
"Writing and Publication in Graduate School." Provo, UT: Mimeographed by the Brigham Young University Graduate School, 1966.
"Evangelium Quadraginta Dierum." Vigiliae Christianae 20/1 (1966): 1–24.
"Tenting, Toll, and Taxing." Western Political Quarterly 19/4 (1966): 599–630.
1967
"The Mormon View of the Book of Mormon." Concilium: An International Review of Theology 10 (December 1967): 82–83.
1968
"Phase One." Dialogue 3/2 (1968): 99–105.
"Prolegomena to Any Study of the Book of Abraham." BYU Studies 8/2 (1968): 171–78 (plus reproductions, 179–90).
"Fragment Found in Salt Lake City." BYU Studies 8/2 (1968): 191– 94.
"Getting Ready to Begin: An Editorial." BYU Studies 8/3 (1968): 245–54.
"As Things Stand at the Moment." BYU Studies 9/1 (1968): 69–102.
1969
"How to Have a Quiet Campus, Antique Style." BYU Studies 9/4 (1969): 440–52.
1970
"Educating the Saints—A Brigham Young Mosaic." BYU Studies 11/1 (1970): 61–87.
1971
"What Is 'The Book of Breathings'?" BYU Studies 11/2 (1971): 153– 87.
"The Meaning of the Kirtland Egyptian Papers." BYU Studies 11/4 (1971): 350–99.
"Renounce War or A Substitute for Victory." An antiwar letter of 26 March 1971, in BYU Daily Universe.
1973
"The Best Possible Test." Dialogue 8/1 (1973): 73–77.
"Review of Bar-Kochba: The Rediscovery of the Legendary Hero of the Second Jewish Revolt against Rome, by Yigael Yadin." BYU Studies 14/1 (1973): 115–26.
"Common Carrier: Author Defends Image of Joseph Smith as Prophet." Salt Lake Tribune, 25 November 1973, G2.
1974
"Treasures in the Heavens: Some Early Christian Insights into the Organizing of Worlds." Dialogue 8/3–4 (1974): 76–98.
"Beyond Politics." BYU Studies 15/1 (1974): 3–28.
1975
"The Passing of the Church: Forty Variations on an Unpopular Theme." BYU Studies 16/1 (1975): 139–64.
1976
"Nibliography." Century II 1/2 (1976): 54–57.
1978
"Zeal without Knowledge." Dialogue 11/2 (1978): 101–12.
"The Early Christian Prayer Circle." BYU Studies 19/1 (1978): 41– 78.
"Self-Portrait: An Intellectual Autobiography by Hugh Nibley." BYU Today, August 1978, 11–13.
1979
"A Conversation with Hugh Nibley." Dialogue 12/4 (1979): 10–27.
"How Firm a Foundation! What Makes It So." Dialogue 12/4 (1979): 29–45.
"The Facsimiles of the Book of Abraham: A Response." Sunstone, December 1979, 49–51.
1982
"A New Translation of Isaiah." BYU Today, December 1982, 23.
1983
"Leaders to Managers: The Fatal Shift." Dialogue 16/4 (1983): 12– 21.
"Interview: Nibley Talks about Contemporary Issues. Interview by Lin Ostler Strack." Sunstone Review, November–December 1983, 12– 14.
1985
"Scriptural Perspectives on How to Survive the Calamities of the Last Days." BYU Studies 25/1 (1985): 7–27.
1986
"Change Out of Control." Spheres of Influence 1 (1986): 93–104.
1988
"Last Call: An Apocalyptic Warning from the Book of Mormon." Sunstone, January 1988, 14–25.
1990
"Turning the Time over to . . . Priesthood." Sunstone, December 1990, 10–11.
2000
"Letter to the Editor: SCAMP isn't all it's cracked up to be." Daily Universe, 12 July 2000.
2001
"Approach to John Gee, Guide to the Joseph Smith Papyri." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2001) Vol. 13 : No. 2, Article 9.
Abstract: Review of A Guide to the Joseph Smtih Papyri (2000), by John Gee
2005
"Temples Everywhere." Insights 25/1 (2005): 10–16.
2011
"Beyond Politics." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2011) Vol. 23 : No. 1, Article 12.
Abstract: This talk was given on 26 October 1973 to the Pi Sigma Alpha honor society in the Political Science Department at Brigham Young University. It first appeared in BYU Studies 15/1 (1974) and was reprinted in Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless (Provo, UT: BYU Religious Studies Center, 1978) and in the second edition of that volume in 2004. It is reprinted here with minor technical editing.

Addresses, Talks, Lectures, and Presentations

1954
"Time Vindicates the Prophets." Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1954. 30 pamphlets, weekly radio addresses from 7 March to 17 October. See also The World and the Prophets (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 3).
Abstract: In 1954, Hugh Nibley delivered a series of weekly lectures on KSL Radio. The series called “Time Vindicates the Prophets,” was given in answer to those who were challenging the right of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to call themselves Christians.
"A World without Prophets (later How Will It Be When None More Saith 'I Saw'?)"
"A Prophet's Reward"
"Prophets and Preachers"
"Prophets and Scholars"
"Prophets and Philosophers"
"Prophets and Creeds"
"The Prophets and the Search for God"
"Prophets and Gnostics"
"The Schools and the Prophets"
"St. Augustine and the Great Transition"
"A Substitute for Revelation"
"Prophets and Mystics"
"Rhetoric and Revelation"
"Prophets and Reformers"
"The Prophets and the Open Mind"
"Prophets and Miracles"
"Prophets and Ritual"
"Easter and the Prophets"
"Two Ways to Remember the Dead"
"Prophets and Martyrs"
"The Ancient Law of Liberty"
"Prophets and Crisis"
"Prophets and Scriptures"
"The Book of Mormon as a Witness"
"Prophets and Traditions"
"The Prophets and the Plan of Life"
"A Prophetic Event"
"Prophets and Office"
"What Makes a True Church?"
"Prophets and Glad Tidings"
"The Doctors' Dilemma." (added in 1962).
"The Return of the Prophets?" (added in 1962).
1956
"Lessons of the Sixth Century." March 20, 1956, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: The great men of the sixth century believed in contemplation and in action, and they weren’t afraid to ask God for revelation.
"Historicity and the Bible." Address given to the seminary and institute faculty at Brigham Young University on 19 June 1956.
1960
"Exaltation and Eternal Life (Words of Brigham Young)." January 1, 1960, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley shares some of the words of Brigham Young that demonstrate his unique character and his devotion to the goal of eternal life for the Saints.
1961
"The First Vision." Address given on 18 February 1961 at a seminar on Joseph Smith held at Brigham Young University.
1962
"How to Write an Anti-Mormon Book." February 17, 1962, Brigham Young University. Lecture II, February 17, 1962 in Seminar on the Prophet Joseph Smith (BYU Extension Publications, 1962): 30-41. This was reprinted (1964), pp. 31-42.
Abstract: Learn how authors of anti-Mormon materials use specific strategies to convince readers of their trustworthiness, knowledge, and lack of bias. Essentially a preview of Sounding Brass (1963). A long satirical list of informal rules commonly followed by those anxious to attack Mormon things.
1963
"Three Shrines: Mantic, Sophic, and Sophistic (The Confrontation of Greek and Christian Religiosity)." Three Deseret Lectures given on 1, 2, and 3 May 1963, Sterling Library Lecture Hall, Yale University.
"Jerusalem’s Formula for Peace." October 25, 1963, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley speaks about the history and theology surrounding the highly coveted city of Jerusalem and the hope for peace there one day.
1964
"Forty Day Ministry Part 1." February 12, 1964, Brigham Young University Devotional.
"Forty Day Ministry Part 2." February 12, 1964, Brigham Young University Devotional.
"Earliest Christians According to Newly Discovered Papyrii." March 1, 1964, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: As we seek to understand the belief and practices of the earliest Christians, we find ordinances and doctrines quite familiar to the restored gospel.
"The Philosophical Implications of Automation." Lecture given on 19 March 1964.
1965
"New Light on Israel and Her Neighbors, Part 1." February 24, 1965, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley presents interesting new scholarship about the relationship between Israelis and other Middle Eastern people in Biblical times.
"New Light on Israel and Her Neighbors, Part 2." February 24, 1965, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Israel’s language, religion, and culture were heavily influenced by Israel’s neighbors. Many early Christian practices were performed even before Christ.
"Rediscovery of the Apocrypha, Part 1." March 18, 1965, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley draws parallels between language and traditions found in the Apocrypha to the culture of the people in the Book of Mormon.
"Rediscovery of the Apocrypha, Part 2." March 18, 1965, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: In the second half of his lecture, Hugh Nibley compares the linguistics and culture of the Book of Mormon to that found in the Apocrypha.
"On the Pearl of Great Price." Lecture given on 13 May 1965.
"BYU Education Week lectures." delivered in the summer of 1965 at Oakland, California.
"The Dead Sea Scrolls"
"Vertical Judaism"
"Primitive Christianity"
"The Book of Mormon"
"New Light from Egypt"
"Nag Hammadi and the Gnostic Controversy"
"Early Christian Doctrines According to Coptic Texts"
"Early Christian Ordinances According to Coptic Texts"
"Pearl of Great Price Problems"
"The 1912 Critics Examined"
"The Present Critics Examined"
"Some Guesses of Our Own"
"Assembly Hour"
"Fact and Fancy in the Interpretation of Ancient Records." Address given at the third annual Religion Lecture Series at Brigham Young University on 11 November 1965.
1967
"Unrolling the Scrolls—Some Forgotten Witnesses." Talk given in Glendale, California, in 1967.
"Pearl of Great Price Papyri Acquisition." Talk given on 14 March 1967 prior to the presentation of the Egyptian papyri to the Church by the Metropolitan Museum of Art on 27 November 1967.
"The Book of Mormon As a Record of Military Strategy." April 10, 1967, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley discusses the military strategy and tactics of the wars in the Book of Mormon compared to other modern and ancient warfare.
"Brigham Young as a Leader." Address delivered on 6 June 1967.
"[Brigham Young] The Statesman." Address delivered on 7 June 1967.
"Brigham Young, the Educator." June 9, 1967, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Like Brigham Young, the educator, we should seek to educate ourselves in a wide variety of spiritual and secular fields in order for us to progress.
"Brigham Young as a Theologian." Address delivered on 9 June 1967.
"Critical Opinion of the Pearl of Great Price." July 26, 1967, Brigham Young University Devotional.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley discusses the military strategy and tactics of the wars in the Book of Mormon compared to other modern and ancient warfare.
"Apocryphal Writings." Talk given at a Long Beach, California, seminary graduation, late in 1967.
1969
"Secrets of the Scriptures—The Creation." Talk given in 1969 in Glendale, California.
Abstract: A pre-eminent scholar of ancient languages, Hugh Nibley presents radically different teachings about the nature of God and the universe found in ancient Christian and Jewish documents
"Science Fiction and the Gospel." February 13, 1969, Brigham Young University Devotional.
1970
"Shalamar." BYU Women's Program, 24 April 1970.
1971
"Brigham Young on the Environment." Talk given on 21 April 1971 for Earth Week at Brigham Young University.
1973
"The Meaning of the Temple." Talk delivered at Aspen Grove, 1 September 1973.
1974
"The Book of Enoch as a Theodicy." Paper read at the regional meeting of the Society for Biblical Literature in Denver, Colorado, in 1974.
"Nibley the Scholar." Brigham Young University forum assembly in which Nibley was interviewed by Louis Midgley on 21 May 1974.
1975
"Some Reasons for the Restored Gospel." Talk given on the occasion of the visit to Brigham Young University of Professor Klaus Baer, 1975.
"Authoritative Translation." Presentation for a translation seminar at the Brigham Young University Language Research Center, 18 January 1975.
"Zeal without Knowledge." Brigham Young University Academic Awareness lecture, 26 June 1975.
"Sacred Vestments." Lecture given 14 October 1975, in 32 ELWC, Brigham Young University.
"Enoch the Prophet." Lecture given 22 November 1975 for the Pearl of Great Price Symposium at Brigham Young University.
1976
"More Brigham Young on Education." March 1, 1976, Brigham Young University Devotional.
"In the Party, But Not of the Party." Academics Lecture given on 3 June 1976, at Brigham Young University.
1977
"Bird Island." Dialogue 10/4 (1977): 120–23. An Academics Awareness Lecture given at Brigham Young University on 26 June 1975.
"A Stage without a Play." Talk given at Westminster College, 16 February 1977.
1979
"Testing the Book of Mormon." Talk given at a Portland Institute Symposium held in Portland, Oregon, in 1979.
"Gifts." Talk given on 13 March 1979, at Brigham Young University.
1980
"The Three Facsimiles from the Book of Abraham." Talk prepared ca. 1980.
"Before Adam." Talk given on 1 April 1980, at Brigham Young University.
"The Book of Mormon and the Ruins: The Main Issues." Lecture dated 13 July 1980.
1981
"Freemen and Kingmen in the Book of Mormon." Talk given in 1980, and again on 18 January 1981 at the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
"The Prophetic Book of Mormon." Talk given in a Brigham Young University Alumni House lecture on 23 September 1981.
1982
"Deny Not the Gifts of God." Talk given in Denver in February or March 1982.
"How to Get Rich." Address given in March 1982 in St. George, Utah.
"Work We Must, But the Lunch Is Free." Talk given on 20 April 1982 to the Cannon-Hinckley Club at the Lion House in Salt Lake City.
"Funeral Address." Talk given at the services for Donald M. Decker on 11 August 1982.
"Three Degrees of Righteousness from the Old Testament." Address, dated November 1982.
1983
"Leaders and Managers." August 19, 1983, Commencement at Brigham Young University.
Abstract: Twenty-three years ago on this same occasion, I gave the opening prayer, in which I said: “We have met here today clothed in the black robes of a false priesthood.” Many have asked me since whether I really said such a shocking thing, but nobody has ever asked what I meant by it. Why not? Well, some knew the answer already, and as for the rest, we do not question things at the BYU. But for my own relief, I welcome this opportunity to explain: a “false priesthood?”
1984
"We Will Still Weep for Zion." Talk read in 1984.
"Breakthroughs I Would Like to See." Lecture given on 8 November 1984, at Brigham Young University, in the Spheres of Influence lecture series entitled Breakthroughs 84.
1985
"The Faith of an Observer: Conversations with Hugh Nibley." 63– minute VHS video [1985], and 32 pp. annotated typed transcript.
"Approach to Facsimile II." Lecture given on 17 May 1985, in Washington, DC.
"There Is Always Egypt." Address delivered on 25 October 1985, on the 26th floor of the Church Office Building, Salt Lake City, UT.
1986
"The Greatness of Egypt." Address delivered on 12 March 1986, as part of the Ramses II International Lecture Series.
"The Utopians." Spheres of Influence lecture given at Brigham Young University on 6 November 1986.
"Hugh Nibley's Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series at Brigham Young University." Winter Semester, 1986, Maxwell Institute.
"Hugh Nibley, Restoring What Was Lost (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 1)"
"Hugh Nibley, Allegory and Rhetoric (Pearl of Great Price Lectures Series - 2)"
"Hugh Nibley, Literalism (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 3)"
"Hugh Nibley, Preexistence (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 4)"
"Hugh Nibley, Cosmology (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 5)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Creation (Pearl of Great Price Lectures Series - 6)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Council (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 7)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Council According to the Shabako Stone (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 8)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Shabako Stone Continued (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 9)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Babylon Creation Myth (Pearl of Great Price Lectures Series - 10)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Human Condition (Pearl of Great Price Lectures Series - 11)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Plurality of Worlds (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 12)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Pearl of Great Price on the Plurality of Worlds (PoGP Lecture Series - 13)"
"Hugh Nibley, Treasures in Heaven (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 14)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Geological Problem (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 15)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Mountain of the Lord's House (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 16)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Heavenly Prologue (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 17)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Combat (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 18)"
"Hugh Nibley, Adam and Eve (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 19)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Heritage of Cain (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 20)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Eve Theme; The Book of Enoch (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 21)"
"Hugh Nibley, Enoch (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 22)"
"Hugh Nibley, Abraham (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 23)"
"Hugh Nibley, The Destruction (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 24)"
"Hugh Nibley, Joseph Smith (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 26)"
"Hugh Nibley, Joseph Smith Matthew (Pearl of Great Price Lecture Series - 25)"
1987
"LDS Foundation Winter Conference." Talk given February 1987.
"Law of Consecration." Talk given in the Church Office Building auditorium on 6 February 1987.
"But What Kind of Work." Talk given to the Cannon-Hinckley Club on 19 May 1987.
"Chattanooga." Address given in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in August 1987.
"Brigham Young: Pioneer Conservationist." Address to the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, at a rendezvous held in September 1987.
"Goods of First and Second Intent." Talk given on 9 October 1987, to the UEA retired teachers association at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1988
"Roundtable on the Scriptures." A presentation given at the Brigham Young University Women's Conference on 7 April 1988.
"The Book of Mormon: Forty Years After." Talk given at the Sunstone 1988 Book of Mormon Lecture Series, 10 May 1988, at the Fine Arts Auditorium, University of Utah.
"The Terrible Questions." Talk given on 8 September 1988 as part of the Deseret Book/FARMS Nibley lecture series.
"The Meaning of the Atonement." Talk given on 10 November 1988, as part of the Deseret Book/FARMS Nibley lecture series.
"Teachings of the Book of Mormon, Semester 1:." Lectures Presented to an Honors Book of Mormon Class at Brigham Young University, 1988-1989.
"Lecture 01 - Book of Mormon - Like Nothing Else"
"Lecture 02 - Book of Mormon - Nephi's Heritage"
"Lecture 03 - Book of Mormon - Geopolitics 600 BC"
"Lecture 04 - Book of Mormon - 600 B.C. Setting the Stage"
"Lecture 05 - Book of Mormon - Jeremiah & Solon: Lehi's Contemporaries"
"Lecture 06 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 1 & Jeremiah 29, Lehi's Jerusalem"
"Lecture 07 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 1 & Jeremiah"
"Lecture 08 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi Escape from Doom"
"Lecture 09 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 1-3, 15"
"Lecture 10 - Book of Mormon - Dead Sea Scrolls"
"Lecture 11 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 4-7 Scripture and Family"
"Lecture 12 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 8-11 The Tree of Life"
"Lecture 13 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 12-14 Nephi's Vision"
"Lecture 14 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 15-16"
"Lecture 15 - Book of Mormon - 1 Nephi 17-19,22 Toward the Promised Land"
"Lecture 16 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 1-4 Atonement"
"Lecture 17 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 2 The Law and The Atonement"
"Lecture 18 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 3-8"
"Lecture 19 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 9 The Atonement & Judgment"
"Lecture 20 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 25 The Jews and Jerusalem"
"Lecture 21 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 25-28 Nephi's Prophecy of our Times"
"Lecture 22 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 29-31 Scripture and Canon"
"Lecture 23 - Book of Mormon - 2 Nephi 32--33; Jacob 1--2"
"Lecture 24 - Book of Mormon - Jacob 3-4 Filthiness and the Atonement"
"Lecture 25 - Book of Mormon - Jacob 5--7; Enos"
"Lecture 26 - Book of Mormon - Enos, Jarom, Omni"
"Lecture 27 - Book of Mormon - Omni, Words of Mormon, Mosiah 1"
"Lecture 28 - Book of Mormon - Mosiah 1-2 King Benjamin's Speech"
"Lecture 29 - Book of Mormon - Mosiah 3-5 King Benjamin's Speech"
1989
"One Eternal Round: A Hermetic Version." Talk given on 12 January 1989 as part of the Deseret Book/FARMS Nibley lecture series.
"Stewardship of the Air." Talk given on 16 February 1989, at Brigham Young University as part of a Clean Air Symposium.
"Reflections on War in the Book of Mormon." Talk given on 24 March 1989, at the FARMS Symposium on Warfare in the Book of Mormon.
"Criticizing the Brethren." Talk given on 18 August 1989, at the CES conference held at Brigham Young University as well as on 26 August 1989, at the Sunstone Symposium in Salt Lake City.
1990
"One Eternal Round." series of twelve lectures on Facsimile 2 in the Pearl of Great Price, almost weekly beginning on 27 June 1990, first in the Maeser Building and later in the Joseph Smith Building auditorium.
1991
"Two Authorities on War." Talk given on 21 February 1991, at the Varsity Theatre at Brigham Young University.
"Exemplary Manhood." Keynote Address given on 11 April 1991, at the Associated Students Awards Assembly at Brigham Young University.
"Mediocre Meditations on the Media." Address delivered on 13 September 1991 at Snyder's Mill in Park City, Utah, to representatives of the LDS Church Communications Department.
"Roman Satire and Us." Lecture given for BYU Women, 26 October 1991.
1992
"Promised Lands." Talk originally entitled The Value of the Land given on 9 October 1992, at the J. Reuben Clark Law School to an assembled group of lawyers.
"What Did Hugh Nibley Have to Say About the LDS Enoch and the Aramaic Book of the Giants?" The Interpreter Foundation. These comments by Nibley are excerpted from a FARMS videocassette entitled “The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Era Dawns.” It contains material recorded in connection with a National Interfaith Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls, 20 November 1992 in the Kresge Auditorium of Stanford University.
1993
"The Vital Link." Talk given on 20 February 1993, at the Joseph Smith Auditorium, Brigham Young University, as a part of the Sixth Annual FARMS Book of Mormon Symposium, Temples of the Ancient World.
"Face to Face: The Education of Zion." Panel discussion with Arthur Henry King and Chauncey C. Riddle, 13 March 1993, filmed with support from FARMS and the College of Education at Brigham Young University.
"Egyptian Temples and Ours." Talk given on 22 May 1993, for a group in Richfield, Utah.
1994
"Not to Worry." Talk given 31 October 1994.
1995
"Figure 6 of Facsimile 2." FARMS brown bag lecture series, 15 March 1995, Brigham Young University.
"Abraham." Lecture given at the LDS Institute, Utah Valley State College, 14 June 1995.
1999
"Abraham's Creation Drama." Talk given on 6 April 1999, at the Joseph Smith Building auditorium, Brigham Young University, and later at the Assembly Hall on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, as part of the Book of Abraham Lecture Series sponsored by the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.
"Temples Everywhere." Address given on 4 December 1999, at the Joseph Smith Building auditorium, Brigham Young University.

Reviews of Hugh Nibley's Works

1955
Warren, Bruce W. "Review of The World of the Jaredites, by Hugh Nibley." University Archaeological Society Newsletter 27 (1955): 1–6.
1957
Jakeman, M. Wells. "Review of An Approach to the Book of Mormon, by Hugh Nibley." University Archaeological Society Newsletter 40 (1957): 1–11.
1968
Stecker, Alexander T. "Review of Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World, by Hugh Nibley." BYU Studies 8/4 (1968): 465–68.
1969
Midgley, Louis. "The Secular Relevance of the Gospel. Review of Since Cumorah, by Hugh Nibley." Dialogue 4/4 (1969): 76–85.
1971
Mesle, C. Robert. "Review of Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World, by Hugh Nibley." Courage 2/1 (1971): 331–32.
1974
Olson, Eric Jay. "A Hint of an Explanation. Review of The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment, by Hugh Nibley." Dialogue 9/4 (1974): 74–75.
1975
Griggs, C. Wilfred. "A Great Fuss about a Scrap of Papyrus. Review of The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri, by Hugh Nibley." Ensign, October 1975, 84.
1982
Olson, Eric Jay. "The Extremes of Eclecticism. Review of Abraham in Egypt, by Hugh Nibley." Dialogue 15/4 (1982): 123–25.
1987
Norman, Keith E. "Zeal in the Quest of Knowledge. Review of Old Testament and Related Studies, by Hugh Nibley." Sunstone 11/2 (1987): 33–35.
1988
Jackson, Kent P. "Review of Old Testament and Related Studies, by Hugh Nibley." BYU Studies 28/4 (1988): 114–19.
1989
Norman, Keith E. "Review of Mormonism and Early Christianity, by Hugh Nibley." Whitmer Historical Association Journal 9 (1989): 108–12.
Compton, Todd M. "Hugh Nibley, Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites; An Approach to the Book of Mormon; and Since Cumorah." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1989) Vol. 1 : No. 1, Article 13.
Abstract: Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites (1988); An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1988); and Since Cumorah (1988), by Hugh Nibley.
1990
England, Eugene. "Hugh Nibley as Cassandra. Review of Since Cumorah, Approaching Zion, and Warfare and the Book of Mormon, by Hugh Nibley." BYU Studies 30/4 (1990): 104–16.
Hamblin, William J. "Time Vindicates Hugh Nibley." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1990) Vol. 2 : No. 1, Article 18.
Abstract: Review of An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1988), by Hugh Nibley.
Keywords: Ancient America, Ancient Near East, Culture, Methodology, Scholarship
Ricks, Stephen D. "Hugh Nibley, Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1990) Vol. 2 : No. 1, Article 19.
Abstract: Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites (1988), by Hugh Nibley.
Honey, David B. "Ecological Nomadism versus Epic Heroism in Ether: Nibley's Works on the Jaredites." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1990) Vol. 2 : No. 1, Article 20.
Abstract: Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites (1988), by Hugh Nibley.
Peterson, Daniel C. "Hugh Nibley, Prophetic Book of Mormon." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1990) Vol. 2 : No. 1, Article 21.
Abstract: Review of the Prophetic Book of Mormon (1989), by Hugh Nibley.
Tvedtnes, John A. "Hugh Nibley, Since Cumorah." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1990) Vol. 2 : No. 1, Article 22.
Abstract: Review of Since Cumorah (1988), by Hugh Nibley.
1993
Seely, David Rolph. "Hugh W. Nibley, Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 3.." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1993) Vol. 5 : No. 1, Article 35.
Abstract: Review of Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Sememster 3 (1992), by Hugh W. Nibley.
1999
Midgley, Louis. "Hugh W. Nibley. The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (1999) Vol. 11 : No. 1, Article 8.
Abstract: Review of The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled (1991), by Hugh W. Nibley
2003
Hauglid, Brian M. "Nibley's Abraham in Egypt: Laying the Foundation for Abraham Research." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2003) Vol. 15 : No. 1, Article 9.
Abstract: Review of Hugh Nibley. Abraham in Egypt.
Norton, Don. "An Exemplary Biography." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2003) Vol. 15 : No. 2, Article 18.
Abstract: Review of Boyd Petersen. Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life.
2006
Needle, Jeffrey. "Review of The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri, 2nd ed., by Hugh Nibley." Association for Mormon Letters, 25 January 2006.
2008
Needle, Jeffrey. "Review of Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple, by Hugh Nibley." Association for Mormon Letters, 25 August 2008.
Ricks, Shirley S. "A Sure Foundation." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2008) Vol. 20 : No. 2, Article 12.
Abstract: Review of Ronald V. Huggins. “Hugh Nibley's Footnotes.” In Salt Lake City Messanger 110 (May 2008): 9-21.
Midgley, Louis. "The Nibley Legacy." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2008) Vol. 20 : No. 2, Article 13.
Abstract: Review of Hugh Nibley. Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple, CWHN 17.
2009
Boyce, Duane. "Do Liberal Economic Policies Approximate the Law of Consecreation?" Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2009) Vol. 21 : No. 1, Article 15.
Abstract: Review of Hugh Nibley. Approaching Zion.
Needle, Jeffrey. "Review of An Approach to the Book of Abraham, by Hugh Nibley." Association for Mormon Letters, 14 October 2009.
2011
Midgley, Louis and Shirley S. Ricks. "Out of Obscurity: The Story of Nibley's “Beyond Politics”." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2011) Vol. 23 : No. 1, Article 11.

Other Material about Hugh Nibley

1967
Midgley, Louis. "Hugh Nibley: A Short Bibliographical Note." Dialogue 2/1 (1967): 119–21.
1970
Midgley, Louis. "Hugh Nibley: The Portrait of a Leader." The Improvement Era; 1961-1970 (Volumes 64-73); 1970 (Volume 73); 1970 May (No. 5); Church History Library, 79–81.
Abstract: The name of Hugh Nibley has become a byword within the Church in the past two decades, primarily as a result of his writings published in the pages of The Improvement Era for 21 years. Since 1948, only six volumes of the Era have been published without the by-line of Hugh Nibley, which is usually part of an extended series of articles. His brilliant, incisive mind, fortified on one hand by fluency in some ten languages and strengthened on the other by his strong faith in the gospel's message, has blessed countless readers. But it is his zest for knowledge, his joy in discovery, his thrill at uncovering old things for us to view anew that have endeared him to all who have read his works. In this respect, Brother Nibley represents a symbol of the person hungering and thirsting after knowledge, an ideal that most individuals could well adapt for the betterment and fulfillment of their own personal lives. In this spirit, as his current series is concluded, the Era is pleased to feature Brother Nibley as a fitting symbol of one who has truly found many adventures in learning.
1971
Schlinker, Lori. "Kitsch in the Visual Arts and Advertisement of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints." Interview #6, in Lori Schlinker's master's thesis, Kitsch in the Visual Arts, 60–64. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, 1971.
1978
Madsen, Truman G. "Foreword." In Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless, ix–xvii. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1978.
1980
Williams, Hal. "Hugh Nibley and Kimball Hansen: Candidates for the 'Search Society'." BYU Today, August 1980, 12–13. An interview in which cosmological issues are discussed.
Johnston, Jerry. "A Legendary Passion for Books and Languages." Deseret News, Friday, 31 October 1980, C1.
1984
Irvine, Arnold J. "Hugh Nibley: Profile of a Scholar." Utah Magazine, Sunday, 15 April 1984, 4–6.
1985
Welch, John W. "Hugh Nibley and the Book of Mormon." Ensign, April 1985, 50–56.
1987
Welch, John W. "The Timelessness of Hugh Nibley." This People, April 1987, 38–39, 42.
1989
Burns, Mark. "Late Night: Starring Hugh Nibley." Student Review, 27 September 1989, 4.
Stoker,Kevin. "Truth Stimulates Gospel Scholar." Deseret News, Church News, 28 October 1989, 6.
1990
Lundquist, John M. and Ricks, Stephen D. "By Study and Also by Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley, Vol. 2 (1990)." Maxwell Institute Publications.
Thomas, Robert K. "The Influence of Hugh Nibley: His Presence in the University." In By Study and Also by Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, 2 vols., edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks, 1–5. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990.
Welch, John W. "A Doorkeeper in the House of the Lord." In By Study and Also by Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, 2 vols., edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks, 6–10. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990.
Bell, James P., interviewer. "Hugh Nibley, in Black and White." BYU Today, May 1990, 32–42.
1991
Ferrin, Kristina L. "Nibley Becoming a BYU Tradition: Teaching in 45th Year at Y." Daily Universe, 27 March 1991, 10.
1993
Sabin, Steve. "An (Almost) Uncensored Interview with Hugh Nibley." Student Review, 24 March 1993, 3.
1997
Petersen, Boyd. "Something to Move Mountains: The Book of Mormon in Hugh Nibley's Correspondences." Journal of Book of Mormon Studies Vol. 6: No. 2 (1997), 1-25.
Abstract: Hugh Nibley’s correspondence reveals a lifelong fascination with the Book of Mormon. This is significant for two reasons: First, Nibley has taken the book seriously longer than we have as a church, and second, the private Hugh Nibley is as devoted to the Book of Mormon as is the public man. Nibley’s interest in the book is threefold: he recognizes the striking similarities it shares with other ancient Near Eastern texts; acknowledges its witness to Joseph Smith’s divine calling; and, most importantly, perceives the relevance and accuracy of the book’s prophetic warnings. In his letters, Nibley also addresses criticism raised against his methodology. “The potential power” of the Book of Mormon, writes Nibley, “is something to move mountains; it will only take effect when everything is pretty far gone, but then it will be dynamite. That leaves room for optimism.” Hugh Nibley’s words make that optimism contagious.
Keywords: Ancient Near East, Book of Mormon, Modern Church, Scholarship, Hugh Nibley, Scripture Study
Petersen, Boyd. "Youth and Beauty: The Correspondence of Hugh Nibley." BYU Studies 37/2 (1997–98): 25.
2000
Brueck, Sara. "Nibley Celebrates 90th Birthday." Daily Universe, 27 March 2000.
Swenson, Jason. "Beloved Church Scholar Celebrates 90th." Church News, 1 April 2000.
2001
Brady, Jane D. "The BYU Folklore of Hugh Nibley." In Colloquium Essays in Literature and Belief, 515–28. Provo, UT: Center for the Study of Christian Values in Literature, 2001.
Petersen, Boyd J. "'Something to Move Mountains': Hugh Nibley's Devotion to the Book of Mormon." In Colloquium Essays in Literature and Belief, 489–513. Provo, UT: Center for the Study of Christian Values in Literature, 2001.
Florence, Giles H. Jr. "Observing the Observer: A Personal Look at Hugh Nibley, for Insights into a Faithful Life." BYU Magazine, Spring 2001, 26–31.
2002
Petersen, Boyd Jay. Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life. Salt Lake City: Kofford Books, 2002.
McKinlay, Daniel. "Appendix: Echoes and Evidences from the Writings of Hugh Nibley." In Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon, 453–88. Provo, UT: FARMS, 2002.
Petersen, Boyd J. "Truth Is Stranger Than Folklore: Hugh Nibley— The Man and the Legend." Sunstone, December 2002, 18–23.
2003
Lythgoe, Dennis. "Nibley Biographer Is Son-in-Law, Fan." Deseret News, 31 January 2003.
Lythgoe, Dennis. "Age Hasn't Slowed Sharp Wit, Mind." Deseret News, 31 January 2003.
2004
Gillum, Gary P. "Hugh Nibley: Scholar of the Spirit, Missionary of the Mind." In Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless, vii–xviii. 2nd ed. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2004.
2005
Gee, John. "Hugh Nibley Dies at 94." Insights 25/1 (2005): 2.
Welch, John W. "Hugh Nibley's Articles of Faith." BYU Studies 44/2 (2005): 103–9.
Midgley, Louis. "A Mighty Kauri Has Fallen: Hugh Winder Nibley (1910–2005)." Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011: (2005) Vol. 17 : No. 1, Article 14.
Abstract: The author reflects on the lasting influence of the eminent Latter-day Saint scholar Hugh Nibley, whose far-reaching scholarship, unmatched erudition, and vigorous defense of the Mormon faith established Mormon studies on a solid foundation and pointed the way for others to follow.
Thiessen, Mark. "Noted LDS Historian Hugh Nibley Dead at 94." Deseret News, 24 February 2005.
Warnock, Caleb and David Randall. "Hugh Nibley: 1910–2005." Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005.
Stack, Peggy Fletcher and Mark Eddington. "LDS Historian Nibley Dies at 94." Salt Lake Tribune, 25 February 2005.
Towne, Julie A. "Hugh Nibley Dies, Leaving Scholarly Legacy." Daily Universe, 25 February 2005.
Moore, Carrie A. "Revered LDS Scholar Hugh Nibley Dies at 94." Deseret Morning News, 25 February 2005.
Wyatt, Edward. "Hugh Nibley, Outspoken Mormon Scholar, Dies at 94." New York Times, 25 February 2005.
Card, Orson Scott. "How Hugh Nibley Blessed the Church." Meridian Magazine (online), 25 February 2005.
Peterson, Daniel C. and William J. Hamblin. "In Memoriam: Hugh Winder Nibley (1910–2005)." Meridian Magazine (online), 28 February 2005.
Benson, Lee. "Mormondom Mourns Unique Man of Letters." Deseret News, 28 February 2005.
Johnston, Jerry. "Don't Fret—Nibley's Shoes Will Be Filled." Deseret News, 12 March 2005.
2009
Card, Orson Scott. "Nibley Explains Gospel Best." Mormon Times, 19 February 2009.
De Groote, Michael. "Hugh Nibley's Coded Language and the Minority Mind-set." Mormon Times, 15 November 2009.
De Groote, Michael. "Hugh Nibley: The Hidden Power of Christmas." Mormon Times, 18 December 2009.
2010
De Groote, Michael. "Critics Couldn't Touch Nibley's Faith." Mormon Times, 15 January 2010.
Israelsen-Hartley, Sara. "Mormon Author High Nibley Honored with BYU Lecture Series." Deseret News, 28 January 2010.
Schmuhl, Emily. "Hugh Nibley: A Scholar from Early Age." Mormon Times, 29 January 2010.
Peterson, Daniel. "The Need for Apologetics; Hugh Nibley Was Foremost." Mormon Times, 4 February 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "Hugh Nibley's Defense of Truth." Mormon Times, 5 February 2010.
Haddock, Sharon. "Hugh Nibley: Mankind Should Take Care of the Earth." Mormon Times, 12 February 2010.
Crandall, Justin. "Hugh Nibley: A Man of Paradoxes and Disagreements." Mormon Times, 19 February 2010.
Newman, Nick. "A View into How Hugh Nibley Studied the Truth." Mormon Times, 26 February 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "The Truth about Hugh Nibley Myths." Mormon Times, 5 March 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "Hugh Nibley Writings That Changed the Church." Mormon Times, 11 March 2010.
Newman, Nick. "Classical Scholarship Drove Nibley to Religion." Mormon Times, 19 March 2010.
Haddock, Sharon. "Nibley a Passionate Defender of the Book of Mormon." Mormon Times, 26 March 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "Hugh Nibley, a Modern Socrates." Mormon Times, 2 April 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "Egyptology, Hugh Nibley and the Really Big Book." Mormon Times, 9 April 2010.
De Groote, Michael. "'One Eternal Round' Focuses on Facsimile 2 from the Book of Abraham." Mormon Times, 22 April 2010.
Petersen, Boyd J. "Hugh Nibley: A Life of Faith, Learning, and Teaching." BYU Religious Education Review (Winter 2010): 10–15.

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