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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.

— "Hugh W. Nibley", Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005,
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Published Bibliographies

1990, Compiled by Louis Midgley

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2010, Compiled by Louis Midgley and Shirley S. Ricks

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Books

Articles in Books

1992
“Temples.” In Encyclopedia of Mormonism 4, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow. New York: Macmillan, 1992.
Keywords: temples; Immo Luschin; Richard O. Cowan; Arthur D. Haycock; Robert L. Simpson; Stephen D. Ricks

Articles in Church Magazines and Newspapers

Articles in Non-Church Magazines, Journals, and Newspapers

Addresses, Talks, Lectures, and Presentations

Reviews of Hugh Nibley's Works

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Midgley, Louis. “Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes.” Association for Mormon Letters.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis. “Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes.” Confestti Antiques and Books. http://www.caandb.com/book-reviews/one-eternal-round-volume-19-the-collected-works-of-hugh-nibley/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1955
Warren, Bruce W. “Review of The World of the Jaredites, by Hugh Nibley.” University Archaeological Society Newsletter 27 (1955): 1–6.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; Jaredites; Bruce W. Warren
1957
Jakeman, M. Wells. “Review of An Approach to the Book of Mormon, by Hugh Nibley.” University Archaeological Society Newsletter 40 (1957): 1–11.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; M. Wells Jakeman; An Approach to the Book of Mormon
1968
Stecker, Alexander T. “Review of Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World, by Hugh Nibley.” BYU Studies 8, no. 4 (1968): 465–68.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; Since Cumorah; Alexander T. Stecker
1969
Midgley, Louis. “The Secular Relevance of the Gospel.” Review of Since Cumorah, by Hugh Nibley. Dialogue 4, no. 4 (1969): 76–85.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Book of Mormon; Since Curmorah
1971
Mesle, C. Robert. “Review of Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World, by Hugh Nibley.” Courage 2, no. 1 (1971): 331–32.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; Since Cumorah; C. Robert Mesle
1974
Olson, Eric Jay. “Hint of an Explanation.” Review of The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment by Hugh Nibley, Dialogue 9, no. 4, (1974): 74–75.
Keywords: Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri; temple; endowment; Egypt
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.
Keywords: Joseph Smith Papyri
1982
Olson, Eric Jay. “The Extremes of Eclecticism.” Review of Abraham in Egypt by Hugh Nibley, Dialogue 15, no. 4, (1982): 123–5.
Keywords: Ancient Near East; Egypt; Abraham; Abraham in Egypt; Book of Abraham; Genesis; Eric Jay Olson
Olsen, Mike. “Review of Of All Things!” Payson Chronicle, edited by Gary Gillum, 19 May 1982. Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 22 folder 5.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1987
Norman, Keith E. “Zeal in the Quest of Knowledge.” Review of Old Testament and Related Studies by Hugh Nibley, Sunstone 11, no. 2 (1987): 33–35.
Keywords: Bible; Old Testament; Old Testament and Related Studies; CWHN 1
1988
Jackson, Kent P. “Review of Old Testament and Related Studies, by Hugh Nibley.” BYU Studies 28, no. 4 (1988): 114–19.
Keywords: Bible; Old Testament; Kent P. Jackson
1989
Norman, Keith E. “Review of Mormonism and Early Christianity, by Hugh Nibley.” Whitmer Historical Association Journal 9 (1989): 108–12.
Keywords: early Christianity; Keith E. Norman
Compton, Todd. “Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites; An Approach to the Book of Mormon; Since Cumorah.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1 (1989): 114–18.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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 1, no. 1, (1989): Article 13.

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.

Keywords: Ancient Near East;Arabia;Bedouin;Cumorah;Desert;Hill Cumorah;Jaredite;Lehi; Lehi in the Desert; Todd M. Compton
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, no. 4 (1990): 104–16.
Keywords: Book of Mormon;Since Cumorah;Eugene England
Tvedtnes, John A. “Review of Since Cumorah.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 2 (1990): 175–81.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Ricks, Stephen D. “Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites; An Approach to the Book of Mormon; Since Cumorah.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 2 (1990): 128–42.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Peterson, Daniel C. “Review of The Prophetic Book of Mormon.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 2 (1990): 164–74.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hamblin, William J. “Time Vindicates Hugh Nibley.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 2, no. 1 (1990): Article 18.

Review of An Approach to the Book of Mormon (1988), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Book of Mormon; An Approach to the Book of Mormon
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 2, no. 1 (1990): Article 19.

Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites (1988), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: Ancient Near East;Arabia;Bedouin;Cumorah;Desert;Hill Cumorah;Jaredite;Lehi; Lehi in the Desert;Stephen D. Ricks
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 2, no. 1 (1990): Article 20.

Review of Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites (1988), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: review;Ecology;Ether;Heroism;Jaredite;Literary;Literature;Nomadism;Scholarship;Ether
Peterson, Daniel C. “Hugh Nibley, Prophetic Book of Mormon.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 2, no. 1 (1990): Article 21.

Review of the Prophetic Book of Mormon (1989), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: review;Methodology;Prophecy;Prophet;Prophetic Book of Mormon;Daniel C. Peterson
Tvedtnes, John A. “Hugh Nibley, Since Cumorah.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 2, no. 1 (1990): Article 22.

Review of Since Cumorah (1988), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: Ancient Near East;Cumorah;Geography;Geology;Hill Cumorah;Since Cumorah; John A. Tvedtnes
1992
Honey, David B. “Review of The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled.” BYU Studies 32, no. 3 (1992): 103–11.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1993
Seely, David R. “Review of Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester Three Transcripts.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 5, no. 1 (1993): 190–7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Seely, David Rolph. “Hugh W. Nibley, Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Semester 3..” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 5, no. 1 (1993): Article 35.

Review of Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Sememster 3 (1992), by Hugh W. Nibley.

Keywords: Teachings of the Book of Mormon; David Rolph Seely; Book of Mormon
1994
Schramm, Clarence F. “Review of Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints.” BYU Studies 34, no. 4 (1994–1995): 213–5.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1999
Midgley, Louis. “Directions That Diverge.” Review of The Ancient State: The Rulers and Ruled, FARMS Review of Books 11, no. 1, (1999): 27–87.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis. “Hugh W. Nibley. The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 11, no. 1 (1999): Article 8.

Review of The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled (1991), by Hugh W. Nibley

Keywords: Ancient State; classical scholarship; Louis Midgley
2000
Salmon, Douglas F. “Parallelomania and the Study of Latter-day Scripture: Confirmation, Coincidence, or the Collective Unconscious?” Dialogue 33, no. 2 (2000): 129–56.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2003
Lyon, Tania Rands. “Review of Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, by Boyd Jay Petersen.” Dialogue 36, no. 1 (2003): 198–201.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hauglid, Brian M. “Nibley's Abraham in Egypt: Laying the Foundation for Abraham Research.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 15, no. 1 (2003): Article 9.

Review of Hugh Nibley. Abraham in Egypt.

Keywords: review;Abraham (Prophet);Book of Abraham
Norton, Don. “An Exemplary Biography.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 15, no. 2 (2003): Article 18.

Review of Boyd Petersen. Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life.

Keywords: review
2004
Gillum, Gary P. “Review of Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, by Boyd Jay Petersen.” BYU Studies 43, no. 2 (2004): 167–70.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Quinn, D. Michael. “Review of Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, by Boyd Jay Petersen.” Journal of Mormon History 30, no. 2 (2004): 259–63.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Reynolds, Noel B. “Review of Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, by Boyd Jay Petersen.” Utah Historical Quarterly 72, no. 1 (2004): 85–86.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2006
Needle, Jeffrey. “Review of The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri, 2nd ed., by Hugh Nibley.” Association for Mormon Letters, 25 January 2006.
Keywords: Joseph Smith Papyri; temples; endowment; Jeffrey Needle
2007
Hogge, Robert M. “Review of Sergeant Nibley PhD: Memories of an Unlikely Screaming Eagle, by Hugh Nibley and Alex Nibley.” Journal of Mormon History 33, no. 3 (2007): 204–7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2008
Needle, Jeffrey. “Review of Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple, by Hugh Nibley.” Association for Mormon Letters, 25 August 2008.
Keywords: Jeffrey Needle; Eloquent Witness; Hugh Nibley
Ricks, Shirley S. “A Sure Foundation.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 20, no. 2 (2008): Article 12.

Review of Ronald V. Huggins. “Hugh Nibley's Footnotes.” In Salt Lake City Messanger 110 (May 2008): 9-21.

Keywords: footnotes; scholarship
Midgley, Louis. “The Nibley Legacy.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 20, no. 2 (2008): Article 13.

Review of Hugh Nibley. Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple, CWHN 17.

Keywords: review;Hugh Nibley;temples; Louis Midgley
2009
Boyce, Duane. “Do Liberal Economic Policies Approximate the Law of Consecration?” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 21, no. 1 (2009): Article 15.

Review of Hugh Nibley. Approaching Zion.

Keywords: Law of Consecration
Needle, Jeffrey. “Review of An Approach to the Book of Abraham, by Hugh Nibley.” Association for Mormon Letters, 14 October 2009.
Keywords: Pearl of Great Price; Book of Abraham; Abraham (Prophet); Jeffrey Needle; An Approach to the Book of Abraham
2010
Midgley, Louis. “Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes.” FARMS Review 22, no. 1 (2010): 282–85.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Barney, Kevin. “Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes.” By Common Consent, 21 March 2010.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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 23, no. 1 (2011): Article 11.
Keywords: Politics; Louis Midgley
2012
Gillum, Gary P. “Review of One Eternal Round, by Hugh Nibley and Michael D. Rhodes.” BYU Studies Quarterly 51, no. 1 (2012): 170–7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2020
Hamilton, Andrew. “Bradshaw, Ricks, & Whitlock, Hugh Nibley Observed (Reviewed by Andrew Hamilton).” In “Dawning of a Brighter Day from the Association for Mormon Letters.” http://associationmormonletters.org/blog/reviews/current-reviews/bradshaw-ricks-whitlock-hugh-nibley-observed-reviewed-by-andrew-hamilton/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2021
Midgley, Louis. “Honoring Hugh Nibley — Again.” In Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 45, (2021): 61–70. https://journal.interpreterfoundation.org/honoring-hugh-nibley-again/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Seely, David Roth. “Remembering Hugh Nibley as a Scholar and, More Importantly, as a Man: Observing the Faith of the Observer.” In Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 45 (2021): 241–250. https://journal.interpreterfoundation.org/remembering-hugh-nibley-as-a-scholar-and-more-importantly-as-a-man-observing-the-faith-of-the-observer/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hutchinson, Terry L. “Meeting a Doorkeeper in the House of the Lord: A Review of “Hugh Nibley Observed”.” In Meridian Magazine, 1 June 2021. https://latterdaysaintmag.com/meeting-a-doorkeeper-in-the-house-of-the-lord-a-review-of-hugh-nibley-observed/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization

Other Material about Hugh Nibley

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Gillum, Gary P. “All Scripture Index to Hugh Nibley's Works .” FARMS Preliminary Report.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Petersen, Boyd Jay. “And So Forth: The Personal Hugh Nibley.” Manuscript, n.d. Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 6.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Huchel, Frederick M. “Combined Table of Contents and Index of Titles for The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley.” FARMS.

Indexes Vol 1-13 of the CWHN, printed as a half page booklet. Contains alphabetical article listing at end.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Huchel, Frederick M. “Combined Table of Contents and Index of Titles for The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley.” FARMS.

Indexes Vol 1-13 of the CWHN, contains alphabetical article listing at end.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gillum, Gary P. “Hugh Nibley: A Subject Index to His Works.” FARMS Preliminary Report.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gillum, Gary P. “Nibley: An Annotated Bibliography 1939-May 1982.” FARMS Preliminary Report.

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

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Holland, Jeffrey M. “Hugh Nibley Introduction.” 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Nibley’s Wit Keeps BYU on Toes.” Daily Herald, n.d. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 10.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gillum, P. Gary. “Observations of Hugh Nibley: from Gillum’s 1972–2009 journals.” http://sites.lib.byu.edu/nibley/journal/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Review of Since Cumorah.” The Olive Leaf. See Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 22, folder 5.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “Since Hugh Nibley.” Undated, unpublished manuscript, Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Everett, Rebecca. “The Blueprint.” “The Blueprint (Upon Pondering Nibley’s Temple and Cosmos)”; “A Note of Explanation upon the Portrait of Hugh W. Nibley.” Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 3, undated.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Brady, Jane D. “The Legend of Hugh Nibley.” For publication in Brigham Young Magazine, n.d. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen box 21, folder 11.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1952
Chandler, Tertins. “The Controversy over Joseph Smith.” Part I dated July 14, 1952 and Part II dated September 1, 1952.

Discussion of Nibley’s review of No Man Knows My History

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1967
Midgley, Louis. “Hugh Nibley: A Short Bibliographical Note.” Dialogue 2, no. 1 (1967): 119–21.
Keywords: Louis Midgley; bibliography
1968
Nibley, Hugh. “A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price.” A series of articles in Improvement Era in 29 parts from Jan 1968 through May 1970.
Keywords: Pearl of Great Price
Green, Doyle L. and Jay M. Todd. “The Ancient Land of Egypt.” Improvement Era, no. 1, April 1968.

Articles introducing Egypt accompanying Nibley’s series “A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price”.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1970
Midgley, Louis. “Hugh Nibley: The Portrait of a Leader.” Improvement Era, 1961-1970 (Volumes 64-73); 1970 (Volume 73); 1970 May (No. 5), Church History Library, 79–81.

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.

Keywords: leader; Louis Midgley
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, 60-64. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, 1971.

Kitsch in the Visual Arts [an interview, in Lori Schlinker’s Kitsch in the Visual Arts (BYU, August 1971), 60–64; augmented by the inclusion of some miscellaneous comments made by Nibley in a panel discussion on the arts in Letters to Smoother, Etc. . . . Proceedings of the 1980 Brigham Young University Symposium on the Humanities, ed. Joy C. Ross and Steven C. Walker (Provo, UT: BYU Press, 1982), 102–4; 111–12]

Keywords: artist(s); blackboard; Hugh Nibley; kitsch; Mormon(s) temples; Oakland Temple; Provo Temple; temple(s) Oakland; temple(s) Provo; the Church; visual aids
1974
“Hugh Nibley: If He's Got It All Together, Why Does He Stand All Alone?” BYU Today, May 1974, 12–13.
“Ancient Studies: Scholars Sift Old Documents Looking for Clues to Puzzle of Antiquity.” BYU Today, October 1974.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1976
Larson, Clinton F. “Scholar.” in Centennial Portraits, 1976. 50. See Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 11.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Palmer, Spencer J. “Mormon Views of Religious Resemblances.” Paper delivered at the symposia on the expanding church, at Brigham Young University, 9 april 1976.

Includes comments about Nibley’s work

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Knight, Hal. “Behind the Legend, There's a Man.” Deseret News, 1 September 1976. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 21, folder 1.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1978
Midgley, Louis. “Bibliography from Nibley on the Timely and Timeless, 1st Edition.” Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless: Classic Essays of Hugh Nibley, Provo, UT: RSC. 1978. xxviii + 323 pp.; 307–323.

Contains 95 listings from 1926-1977.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Madsen, Truman G. “Foreword.” In Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless, ix–xvii. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1978.
Keywords: Facsimile 2; Book of Abraham; hypocephalus
1979
Whitlock, Stephen T. “Hugh Nibley—A Bibliography.” not published.

Typed list of 108 Nibley writings from 1926-1979

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1980
Williams, Hal. “Hugh Nibley and Kimball Hansen: Candidates for the ‘Search Society’.” BYU Today, August 1980, 12–13.
Keywords: Abraham; Adam humans before; cosmic background radiation; creation(s); Kimball Hansen; earth; God; Hugh Nibley; love principle of
Johnston, Jerry. “A Legendary Passion for Books and Languages.” Deseret News, Friday, 31 October 1980, C1.

Johnston, a staff reporter for the Deseret News, conducted a series of interviews concerning the reading habits of prominent Utahns. This was the eighth in the series. Nibley listed, as his favorite books, the following: (1) Shakespeare, Complete Works; (2) Book of Mormon; (3) Homer, Odyssey; (4) Goethe, Faust; (5) Gaius Petronius, Satyricon; (6) Jean Froissart, Chronicles. Nibley also said that by age thirteen he knew Macbeth by heart and tried to learn Hamlet, but found it too long.

Keywords: books; languages
1981
Gillum, Gary P. “Bibliography from Of All Things!, 1st Edition.” Of All Things! A Nibley Quote Book. Compiled and edited by Gary P. Gillum. Salt Lake City: Signature Books. 1981. xi + 178 pp.; 167–171.

Short, selected bibliography at end of book

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1982
Maynes, Todd F. “Nibleys: Pianist, Scholar, Brilliant but Different.” Daily Universe, 1 November 1982; see box 17, folder 7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1984
Irvine, Arnold J. “Hugh Nibley: Always Studying, Always Learning, Always on the Go.” Deseret News Supplement, 15 April 1984. 4.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Irvine, Arnold J. “Hugh Nibley: Profile of a Scholar.” Utah Magazine, Sunday, 15 April 1984, 4–6.
Keywords: scholarship; Arnold J. Irvine
1985
Capener, Brian, director. “The Faith of an Observer: Conversations with Hugh Nibley.” Coproduced by Brigham Young University and the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, 1985.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “Hugh Nibley and the Book of Mormon.” Ensign, April 1985. 50–56.

An account of Hugh Nibley’s favorite discoveries and monumental contribution to Book of Mormon scholarship.

Keywords: Apologetics;Hugh Nibley;Scholarship;Testimony; Book of Mormon; John W. Welch
1986
Nibley, Hugh. Old Testament and Related Studies. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 1, edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986. xiv + 290 pp.
Keywords: Joseph Smith; Qumran; Dead Sea Scrolls; Isaiah (Prophet); Bible; Old Testament
Welch, John W. “Foreword.” In Old Testament and Related Studies, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 1, edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W., Gary P. Gillum, Don E. Norton. “Introduction.” In Old Testament and Related Studies, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 1, edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. Enoch the Prophet. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 2, edited by Stephen D. Ricks, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986. viii + 309 pp.

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.

This book contains a collection of various comparisons of the Enoch materials in the Book of Moses with the Slavonic and Ethiopic Enoch texts and other related materials and lore from antiquity, showing the possibility that Joseph Smith’s book of Enoch could be authentic ancient text.

Keywords: Joseph Smith; Enoch (Prophet); Pearl of Great Price; Book of Moses; Moses (Prophet)
Ricks, Stephen D. “Foreword.” In Enoch the Prophet, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 2, edited by Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1986.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1987
Nibley, Hugh. The World and the Prophets. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 3, 3rd ed. edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987. xii + 333 pp.

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 republication of a corrected version of what were originally a series of talks given over KSL under the title “Time Vindicates the Prophets” and then published under that title in pamphlet form, as well as in book form, as The World and the Prophets, both in 1954. A second expanded edition of the book was published in 1962. This edition includes a new foreword by R. Douglas Phillips.

Keywords: World and the Prophets; prophets; apostasy; Time Vindicates the Prophets; Christian history
Phillips, R. Douglas. “Foreword.” In The World and the Prophets, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 3, edited by John W. Welch, Gary P. Gillum, and Don E. Norton. 3rd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. Mormonism and Early Christianity. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 4, edited by Todd M. Compton and Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987. xiii + 446 pp.

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.

Keith E. Norman has reviewed this volume (see The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 9 [1989]: 108–12). His remarks are generally favorable. He pictures Nibley as “the preeminent Mormon scholar of ancient studies and unofficial apologist for the LDS Church” (108). He notes that Nibley’s “biases are never in doubt.” This offends Norman, and he complains of “Nibley’s apparent lack of a sense of fair play or balance—dare we say Christian charity?” (109). And he also refers to what he calls Nibley’s “operative methodology: he is proof-texting—compiling isolated passages to support predetermined conclusions—with little regard for the context of those citations” (109–10). Norman claims that Nibley’s faults are thus in ample evidence in the essays found in this volume. “The most obvious [fault] is his tendentiousness, which is perhaps inevitable when one sets out to be a defender of the faith” (111). Norman feels that “the conclusion of each of these essays has been predetermined according to Nibley’s Mormonism” (111). But Norman neglects to explain why tendentiousness is a weakness, or why it should be overcome, or how it can be overcome. What is implied in Norman’s view is that for one to be tendentious, that is, marked by a tendency to favor a particular point of view—especially Mormonism—is wrong. But why is that necessarily so? Though Norman does not explicitly take up this issue, he provides some clues indicating why he feels that tendentiousness is wrong: he apparently believes that it is a mistake to manifest bias because one ought, instead, to strive for objectivity, balance, or detachment. From the point of view of the commonly held methodological mythology Nibley must be faulted because he lacks the necessary objectivity. But Peter Novick has shown that the American history profession has been made to rest upon an incoherent and vacuous objectivist mythology, which he identifies as the myth of presumably objective historians giving us an objective history (That Noble Dream [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988]). According to the objectivist mythology, biases, inclinations, or propensities favoring a point of view (including especially faith) are corrupting and prevent the historian from discovering what really happened. Obviously such an objectivist ideology works against believers, since they obviously have a point of view. But ironically, Norman is tendentious about the need for detachment, balance, or objectivity, which he clearly endorses. His understanding of historical method is not defended with arguments and is recommended for unexplained and unexamined reasons. Ironically, Norman is biased against the defense of the faith and would presumably feel more comfortable if Nibley had hidden his premises and made an effort to dissemble by making it appear to his readers that he had merely happened to discover some things while wandering around in the literature of antiquity as a dispassionate, disinterested, detached observer interested only in having the facts speak their truth through him. The demand for objectivity turns out to be more a matter of scholarly pretence, style, or tone and therefore has little to do with the substance of reasoning and argumentation and nothing to do with the historical understanding or the business of working out historical explanations. Nibley clearly rejects the affectation of scholarly neutrality, and rightly so. One wonders whether Norman follows what Nibley labels “the Baconian gospel, that one has simply to collect the facts and let them speak for themselves” (375). If so, he has appropriated an outmoded, incoherent view of science which he has unwittingly applied to historical scholarship.

Norman, though respectful of Nibley’s learning and command of languages, feels that the documentation in some of the essays in this volume goes too far and was intended to “dazzle” the reader with an “esoteric level of erudition. One essay contains twelve pages of text followed by twenty-two of footnotes, set in smaller type. So much paper and ink are squandered when the editing is sloppy or overly lenient” (111). Without argumentation, Norman hints that the editing for the essay to which he alludes was either shoddy or permissive. But apparently the editors of Vigiliae Christianae, a distinguished European journal, who originally published Nibley’s essay on the forty-day ministry of Christ, did not feel that they were wasting either paper or ink by publishing the citations appended to that essay. If one were to look for a squnadering of ink and paper, would it not be easier to make a case by pointing to advertising copy, newspapers, pornography or a host of other such publications, rather than the endnotes for a serious piece of scholarship?

Keywords: Bible; New Testament
Compton, Todd M. “Foreword.” In Mormonism and Early Christianity, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 4, edited by Todd M. Compton and Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1987.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “The Timelessness of Hugh Nibley.” This People, April 1987. 38–39, 42.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; John W. Welch
Holsinger, Emily. “Hugh Nibley’s Brush with Death.” Student Review, 4 November 1987, 3, 7; see box 17, folder 7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1988
Nibley, Hugh. Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 5, edited by John W. Welch, Darrell L. Matthews, and Stephen R. Callister, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. xviii + 464 pp.

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.

Keywords: 1 Nephi;2 Nephi; Book of Mormon; Lehi (Prophet); Nephi (Prophet); Jaredites; Ether; Ancient Near East
Widtsoe, John A. “Foreword to the 1952 Edition.” In Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 5. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “Introduction to the 1988 Edition.” In Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 5. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. An Approach to the Book of Mormon. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 6. Edited by John W. Welch. 3rd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. xvii + 541 pp.

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.

A revised edition of the book published under the same title by the Council of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the lesson manual for the Melchizedek Priesthood quorums in 1957; and in a second edition by Deseret Book in 1964; reprinted in 1976 in the Classics of Mormon Literature series.

Keywords: Book of Mormon
Smith, Joseph Fielding. “Preface to the First Edition.” In An Approach to the Book of Mormon, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 6, 3rd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 7). The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 7, edited by John W. Welch. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988. xv + 512 pp.

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.

This is a revised and corrected edition of the book published under the same title by Deseret Book in 1967, with many changes, taken from a series in the Improvement Era that appeared in 1964–66.

Keywords: Qumran; Dead Sea Scrolls; Book of Mormon
Anderson, Richard Lloyd. “Foreword to the 1967 Edition.” In Since Cumorah: The Book of Mormon in the Modern World, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 7, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1988.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis. “Hugh W. Nibley: Bibliography and Register.” FARMS Study Aid, MID-88, 10 August 1988. 65 pp.

65 pages, Contains description of Nibley collected works project, followqed by chronological listings with annotations.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1989
Nibley, Hugh. The Prophetic Book of Mormon. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 8, edited by John W. Welch. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989. xi + 595 pp.

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.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization; polarization; power(s); prophecies; prophet(s); repentance; Romans; Rome; Satan; Shiz; Shule; Soviet(s); special interests; the Gospel; the Gospel of Repentance; The LORD; two poles; Way of Darkness; Way of Light; wickedness; World of the Jaredites
Welch, John W. “Foreword.” In The Prophetic Book of Mormon, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 8. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. Approaching Zion. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 9. Edited by Don E. Norton. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989. xviii + 631 pp.

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.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Norton, Don. “Foreword.” In Approaching Zion, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 9. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1989.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Burns, Mark. “Late Night: Starring Hugh Nibley.” Student Review, 27 September 1989, 4.
Keywords: Mark Burns
Stoker, Kevin. “Truth Stimulates Gospel Scholar.” Church News, 28 October 1989. 6.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; truth; scholarship; Kevin Stoker
1990
Tvedtnes, John A. “Hugh Nibley, Since Cumorah.” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 2, no. 1 (1990): 175-181.

Review of Since Cumorah (1988), by Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: Ancient Near East;Cumorah;Geography;Geology;Hill Cumorah;John A. Tvedtnes; Since Cumorah; Book of Mormon
Nibley, Hugh. The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 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.

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.

Keywords: The Ancient State; classical studies
Ricks, Stephen D. “Foreword.” In The Ancient State: The Rulers and the Ruled, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 10. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lundquist , John M. and Stephen D. Ricks, eds. By Study and Also By Faith, Volume 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT/Salt Lake City: FARMS/Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis C. “Hugh Winder Nibley: Bibliography and Register.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990. xv–lxxxvii.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Atiya, Aziz S. “The Copts and the Bible.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Brown, S. Kent. “The Seventy in Scripture.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Charlesworth, James H. “From the Philopedia of Jesus to the Misopedia of the Acts of Thomas.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gordon, Cyrus H. “A Hebrew Inscription Authenticated.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Jackson, Kent P. ““Watch and Remember”: The New Testament and the Great Apostasy.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Keller, Sharon R. “Two Letters to the Dead.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Milgrom, Jacob. “Milk and Meat: Unlikely Bedfellows.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Whittaker, David J. “The Book of Daniel in Early Mormon Thought.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hamblin, William J. “Aspects of an Early Christian Initiation Ritual.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Mackay, Thomas W. “Early Christian Millenarianist Interpretation of the Two Witnesses in John’s Apocalypse 11:3–13.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Neusner, Jacob. “The Case of Leviticus Rabbah.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Patai, Raphael. “Ancient Jewish Seafaring and River-faring Laws.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Robertson-Wilson, Marian. “Which Came First, the Music or the Words? (A Greek Text and Coptic Melody: Musical Transcription and Analysis of the Setting).” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lundquist, John M. “What Is Reality?” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lundquist, Suzanne E. “Native American Rites of Passage: Implications for Latter-day Saints.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Madsen, Truman G. ““Putting on the Names”: A Jewish-Christian Legacy.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Parry, Donald W. “Sinai as Sanctuary and Mountain of God.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Ricks, Bruce H. Porter, Stephen D. “Names in Antiquity: Old, New, and Hidden.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Thomasson, Gordon C. “Togetherness Is Sharing an Umbrella: Divine Kingship, the Gnosis, and Religious Syncretism.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Honey, David B. “Heroic Legitimation in Traditional Nomadic Societies.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Peterson, Daniel C. “Does the Qur’an Teach Creation Ex Nihilo?” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Compton, Todd M. “The Handclasp and Embrace as Tokens of Recognition.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hall, John Franklin. “Mars and Anna Perenna: March Gods and the Etruscan New Year in Archaic Rome.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Phillips, R. Douglas. “The Honey and the Smoke: Achilles and Atē in the Iliad.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 1. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lundquist , John M. and Stephen D. Ricks, eds. By Study and Also By Faith, Volume 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT/Salt Lake City: FARMS/Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Anderson, Richard Lloyd. “Religious Validity: The Sacrament Covenant in Third Nephi.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bushman, Richard L. “The Lamanite View of Book of Mormon History.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Cheesman, Paul R. “External Evidences of the Book of Mormon.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
England, Eugene. “A Second Witness for the Logos: The Book of Mormon and Contemporary Literary Criticism.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hoskisson, Paul Y. “An Introduction to the Relevance of and a Methodology for a Study of the Proper Names of the Book of Mormon.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Reynolds, Noel B. “The Brass Plates Version of Genesis.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Sorenson, John L. “The Composition of Lehi’s Family.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Tvedtnes, John A. “King Benjamin and the Feast of Tabernacles.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “The Melchizedek Material in Alma 13:13–19.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Wright, H. Curtis. “Ancient Burials of Metal Documents in Stone Boxes.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
De Hoyos, Genevieve. “Cultural Pluralism or Assimilation? A Dilemma of Our Times.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gileadi, Avraham. “Twelve Diatribes of Modern Israel.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gillum, Gary P. “Repentance Also Means Rethinking.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Haglund, Richard F. “Is There a Cure for Authoritarianism in Science?” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
King, Arthur Henry. “Language, Humour, Character, and Persona in Shakespeare.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
King, Arthur Henry and C. Terry Warner. “Talent and the Individual’s Tradition: History as Art, and Art as Moral Response.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis C. “The Challenge of Historical Consciousness: Mormon History and the Encounter with Secular Modernity.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Neusner, Jacob. “Why No New Judaisms in the Twentieth Century?” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rogers, Thomas F. “Thoughts about Joseph Smith: Upon Reading Donna Hill’s Joseph Smith: The First Mormon.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Tate, George S. “Utopia and Garden: The Relationship of Candide to Laxness’s Paradísarheim.” In By Study and Also By Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, 27 March 1990, vol. 2. Edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Provo, UT, and Salt Lake City: FARMS and Deseret Book, 1990.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Larson, Stan. “Hugh Nibley Interview by Stan Larson.” Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project No. 325, 19 April 1990. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 17, folder 7.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bell, James P., interviewer. “Hugh Nibley, in Black and White.” BYU Today, May 1990, 32–42.
1991
Nibley, Hugh. Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass: The Art of Telling Tales about Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 11, edited by David J. Whittaker. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1991. xxi + 741 pp.

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

Keywords: Brigham Young; Joseph Smith; Analiza Brigham Young; anti-Mormon; Brigham Young; Fawn M. Brodie; gossip; Gregg Thomas Larson; John H. Beadle; Joseph Smith; Mrs. A. E.; Stenhouse Mrs.; tales; criticisms and apologetics
Whittaker, David J. “Foreword: Responding to the Critics.” In Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 11. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1991.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Ferrin, Kristina L. “Nibley Becoming a BYU Tradition: Teaching in 45th Year at Y.” Daily Universe, 27 March 1991. 10.
Keywords: Kristina L. Ferrin; Hugh Nibley
1992
Nibley, Hugh. Temple and Cosmos: Beyond This Ignorant Present (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 12). The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 12, edited by Don E. Norton. Illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1992. xix + 597 pp.

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?

Keywords: temples; cosmology
Norton, Don E. “Foreword.” In Temple and Cosmos: Beyond This Ignorant Present, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 12. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1992.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1993
Adams, Linda Hunter. “Role Models.” Latter-day Digest 2, no. 4 (1993): 3–12.

Linda Hunter Adams expressed gratitude for Nibley’s article.

Keywords: discipleship; Linda Hunter Adams
Sabin, Steve. “An (Almost) Uncensored Interview with Hugh Nibley.” Student Review, 24 March 1993, 3.
1994
Nibley, Hugh. Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints. Edited by Don E. Norton and Shirley S. Ricks, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 13. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994. xv + 541 pp.

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.

Keywords: Brigham Young
Norton, Don, and Shirley S. Ricks. “Foreword.” In Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 13. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1994.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1995
Johnston, Jerry. “Awards Are Almost Routine for Legendary Writer Nibley.” Deseret News, 27 August 1995.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
1997
Thomas, Robert K. “The Influence of Hugh Nibley: His Presence in the University.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 6, no. 2 (1997): 1–25.

Presented in honor of Hugh Nibley’s sixty-fifth birthday in the Varsity Theater, Brigham Young University, in connection with the 1975 Annual Welch Lecture Series by Klaus Baer and others.

Keywords: Hugh Nibley; scholarship; BYU
Petersen, Boyd. “Youth and Beauty: The Correspondence of Hugh Nibley.” BYU Studies 37, no. 2 (1997–98): 25.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; biography; Boyd Jay Petersen
Petersen, Boyd. “Something to Move Mountains: The Book of Mormon in Hugh Nibley's Correspondences.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 6, no. 2 (1997): 1–25.

Hugh Nibley’s correspondence reveals a lifelong fascination with the Book of Mormon. This is significant for two reasons: First

Keywords: Book of Mormon;Hugh Nibley
2000
Nibley, Hugh. Abraham in Egypt. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 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.

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.

Contains all the material from the first edition of Abraham in Egypt as well as additions from Nibley’s 1968–70 Improvement Era series, “A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price.”

See also: Abraham in Egypt (1981)
Keywords: Abraham; Egypt
Clark, E. Douglas. “Foreword.” In Abraham in Egypt, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 14, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2000.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Gillum, Gary P. “Editor’s Preface.” In Abraham in Egypt, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 14, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2000.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Brueck, Sara. “Nibley Celebrates 90th Birthday.” Daily Universe, 27 March 2000.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Sara Brueck
Swenson, Jason. “Beloved Church Scholar Celebrates 90th.” Church News, 1 April 2000.

Eddington, Mark. “Fact or Fiction: Nibley Mystique.” Salt Lake Tribune, 7 October 2000. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 15, folder 10; box 21, folder 11.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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.
Keywords: folklore; biographical; Jane D. Brady
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.
Keywords: Ancient Near East;Arabia;Historicity;Joseph Smith;Middle East;Prophecy;Scholarship; Hugh Nibley; a Consecrated Life
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.
Keywords: Giles H. Florence; Hugh Nibley
2002
Petersen, Boyd. “Something to Move Mountains: Hugh Nibley and the Book of Mormon.” In Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, 244–259. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books, 2002.
Keywords: Ancient Near East;Arabia;Historicity;Joseph Smith;Middle East;Prophecy;Scholarship; Hugh Nibley; a Consecrated Life
McKinlay, Daniel. “Appendix: Echoes and Evidences from the Writings of Hugh Nibley.” In Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon, edited by Donald W. Parry, Daniel C. Peterson and John W. Welch, 453-506. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, 2002.
Keywords: Ancient Near East;Arabia;Historicity;Scholarship
Petersen, Boyd Jay. Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life. Salt Lake City: Kofford Books, 2002.

Keywords: Boyd Jay Petersen; biography; Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life
Petersen, Boyd J. “Truth Is Stranger Than Folklore: Hugh Nibley: The Man and the Legend.” Sunstone, December 2002, 18–23.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; folklore; Boyd Jay Petersen
2003
Bradford, Mary Lythgoe. “A Reader's Library: Hugh Nibley: A Legend in His Own Time.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 12, no. 1 (2003): 108–110, 120.

This review enthusiastically endorses Boyd Petersen’s biography of his father-in-law, Hugh Nibley. Petersen intersperses narrative chapters with thematic ones in Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life.

Keywords: Boyd Jay Petersen; Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life
Lythgoe, Dennis. “Consecrated Life Chronicles Nine Decades of Marvelous Wit.” Review of Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life by Boyd J. Petersen, Deseret News, 31 January 2003, C04.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lythgoe, Dennis. “Nibley Biographer Is Son-in-Law, Fan.” Deseret News, 31 January 2003.
Keywords: Boyd Jay Petersen; Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life; Dennis Lythgoe; biography
Lythgoe, Dennis. “Age Hasn't Slowed Sharp Wit, Mind.” Deseret News, 31 January 2003.
Poe, Jessica. “Lecturer Spotlights Life of Hugh Nibley.” Daily Universe, 19 March 2003.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2004
Nibley, Hugh. Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless. 2nd ed. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2004. xxxviii + 333 pp.

New to this edition is Gary Gillum’s “Hugh Nibley: Scholar of the Spirit, Missionary of the Mind”; the bibliography has been dropped.

Keywords: Abraham (Prophet);Adam;Ancient Near East;Angel;Apocalypse of Abraham;Apocrypha;Biography;Cain;Christianity;Combat of Adam;Creation;Curriculum;Deliverance;Didache;Divine Council;Doctrine;Dominion;Early Church History;Education;Enoch;Enuma Elish;Expanding Gospel;Gospel;Intelligence;Isaac;Israel;Joseph Smith;Knowledge;Language;Law of Substitution;Moses;Name;Noah;Opposition;Ordinance;Plan of Salvation;Prophet;Qumran;Resurrection;Revelation;Ritual;Sacrifice;Satan;Scripture;Sermon;Suffering Servant;Temple;Translation;Treasure;Veil;Wilderness;Wisdom;Writing;Zeal; apologetics; criticism
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.
Keywords: scholarship; Gary P. Gillum
Madsen, Truman G. “Foreword to the First Edition.” In Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless, xix–xxviii. 2nd ed. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2004.
2005
Gee, John. “Hugh Nibley Dies at 94.” Insights 25, no. 1 (2005): 2.
Keywords: funeral services; death
Welch, John W. “Hugh Nibley's Articles of Faith.” BYU Studies 44, no. 2 (2005): 103–9.
Keywords: Articles of Faith; John W. Welch; discipleship
“Hugh Winder Nibley (1910–2005).” SBL Forum 3, no. 3 (2005). See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen box 21, folder 13.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“LDS Intellectual, Defender of the Faith Hugh Nibley: 1910–2005.” Daily Herald, 2005. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen box 21, folder 13.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis. “A Mighty Kauri Has Fallen: Hugh Winder Nibley (1910–2005).” Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 1989–2011 17, no. 1 (2005): Article 14.

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.

Keywords: University of Utah; New Zealand; Reinhold Niebuhr; theology; world and the prophets; sophic; mantic; Richard Bushman; Mormon History Association; Dialogue: A journal of Mormon Thought; Sterling M. McMurrin; Rudolf Bultmann; Martin Heidegger; Paul Tillich; Karl Barth. C. S. Lewis; Fawn Brodie; Ian S. Ardern
Nibley, Hugh. Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 15. Edited by John F. Hall and John W. Welch. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005. xxv + 254 pp.

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.

Keywords: Bible; New Testament
Hall, John F., John W. Welch. “Editor’s Preface.” In Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 15. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hall, John F., John W. Welch, Joseph Ponczoch. “Overview.” In Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 15. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hall, John F., John W. Welch. “Editors’ Postscript.” In Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 15. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Nibley, Hugh. The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 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.

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.

Keywords: Ancient Near East; Egypt; Joseph Smith; Joseph Smith Pspyti; Book of Breathings; Dead Sea Scrolls; Rule of the Community; Odes of Solomon; The Pearl; Gospel of Thomas; Pistis Sophia; Cyril of Jerusalem; Lectures on the Ordinances; Gospel of Philip; endoment; temple; Abraham; hyposcephalus; Book of Abraham; facsimiles
Gee, John. “Introduction to the Second Edition.” In The Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 16, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Thiessen, Mark. “Noted LDS Historian Hugh Nibley Dead at 94.” Deseret News, 24 February 2005.

Keywords: funeral services; death; Mark Thiessen; Hugh Nibley
“Tributes.” Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Warnock, Caleb and David Randall. “Hugh Nibley: 1910–2005.” Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death; Caleb Warnock
“Timeline: A Look at Hugh Nibley's Life.” Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: Hugh Nibliey; biography; timeline
“Bibliography [selected].” “Tributes,” Provo Daily Herald, 25 February 2005.
Stack, Peggy Fletcher and Mark Eddington. “LDS Historian Nibley Dies at 94.” Salt Lake Tribune, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; eath; Peggy Fletcher Stack
Towne, Julie A. “Hugh Nibley Dies, Leaving Scholarly Legacy.” Daily Universe, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death
Moore, Carrie A. “Revered LDS Scholar Hugh Nibley Dies at 94.” Deseret Morning News, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death; Carrie A. Moore
Wyatt, Edward. “Hugh Nibley, Outspoken Mormon Scholar, Dies at 94.” New York Times, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death; Edward Wyatt
“Mormon Historian Hugh Nibley Dead at 94.” Associated Press, 25 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death; Associated Press
Card, Orson Scott. “How Hugh Nibley Blessed the Church.” Meridian Magazine, 25 February 2005. https://latterdaysaintmag.com/article-1-5327/.
“Prof. Hugh Nibley, 94; Influential Mormon Historian.” Washington Post, 26 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death
“Obituary: Hugh W. Nibley.” Deseret Morning News, 28 Febraury 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Peterson, Daniel C. and William J. Hamblin. “In Memoriam: Hugh Winder Nibley (1910-2005).” Meridian Magazine, 28 February 2005. https://latterdaysaintmag.com/article-1-4261/.

Keywords: funeral services; death; Daniel C. Peterson
Benson, Lee. “Mormondom Mourns Unique Man of Letters.” Deseret News, 28 February 2005.
Keywords: funeral services; death; Lee Benson
“Hugh Nibley Dies at 94.” Sunstone, (March 2005): 75.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Bro. Nibley Missed.” “Letter to the editor,” Daily Universe, 1 March 2005. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 21, folder 14.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Hugh Nibley Funeral. 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Hugh Nibley Funeral: Opening Remarks.” 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “Hugh Nibley Funeral: John W. Welch.” 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Holland, Jeffrey M. “Hugh Nibley Funeral: Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.” 2 March 2005.

Elder Holland also read a statement from the First Presidency

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Oaks, Dallin H. “Hugh Nibley Funeral: Elder Dallin H. Oaks.” 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Hugh Nibley Funeral: Closing.” 2 March 2005.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Moore, Carrie A. “Hugh Nibley Laid to Rest.” Deseret News, 3 March 2005. See Hugh Nibley Collection or Boyd Jay Petersen box 21, folder 13.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Payne, Sara. “Nibley Remembered at Broadcast Funeral.” Daily Universe, 3 March 2005; see box 21, folder 14.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Walch, Tad. “Scholarship to Impact for Generations.” Deseret News, 3 March 2005. See Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 21, folder 13.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Lloyd, R. Scott. “Scholar Advances to Next Great Stage.” Church News, 5 March 2005. See Hugh Nibley Collection or the Boyd Jay Petersen Collection box 21, folder 14.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
“Nibley Dies at 94.” Sunstone, (March 2005): 75.
Johnston, Jerry. “Don't Fret—Nibley's Shoes Will Be Filled.” Deseret News, 12 March 2005.
2007
Gillum, Gary, Louis Midgley, and Pat Ward. “Hugh Nibley Subject Index.” Hugh Nibley Collection in the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2008
Nibley, Hugh. Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 17, edited by Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2008. xvi + 536 pp.

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.

Keywords: CWHN 17
Ricks, Stephen D. “Foreword.” In Eloquent Witness: Nibley on Himself, Others, and the Temple Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 17. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2008.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Huggins, Ronald V. “Hugh Nibley’s Footnotes.” Salt Lake City Messenger, no. 110, May 2008, 9–21.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2009
Nibley, Hugh. An Approach to the Book of Abraham (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol. 18). The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 18. Edited by John Gee, illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2009. xxxix + 632 pp.

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.”

Keywords: Pearl of Great Price; Book of Abraham; Abraham (Prophet)
Gee, John. “Hugh Nibley and the Joseph Smith Papyri.” In An Approach to the Book of Abraham, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 18. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2009.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Card, Orson Scott. “Nibley Explains Gospel Best.” Mormon Times, 19 February 2009.
Keywords: Orson Scott Card; scholarship
De Groote, Michael. “Hugh Nibley's Coded Language and the Minority Mind-set.” Mormon Times, 15 November 2009.
Keywords: coded language; minority mind-set; Boyd Jay Petersen; Michael De Groote; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
De Groote, Michael. “Hugh Nibley: The Hidden Power of Christmas.” Mormon Times, 18 December 2009.
Keywords: Christmas; Jesus Christ
2010
Midgley, Louis and Shirley Ricks. “Bibliography of Hugh Winder Nibley's Work, Secondary Material about Him, and Reviews of His Work.” Provo, UT: Maxwell Institute, 2010.

Detailed list of works by and about Nibley with commentary.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Ricks, Shirley. “Editing Hugh Nibley: From Manuscript to Book.” FAIR talk, 2010.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Magleby, Kirk. “Hugh Nibley and Book of Mormon Geography.” Salt Lake City: Book of Mormon Archaeological Forum, 2010.
Keywords: Book of Mormon Geography;Mesoamerica
Bushman, Richard Lyman. “Hugh Nibley and Joseph Smith.” Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 19, no. 1, (2010): 4–13.

Just as attorneys representing the church wouldn’t bear their testimonies in a courtroom, Hugh Nibley defended Joseph Smith through facts and scholarly dialogue, not testimony bearing. Although Nibley did, at times, discuss the Prophet specifically, his defense of Joseph came primarily through academic vindication of the Book of Mormon. When others made scholarly attacks against Joseph’s character, Nibley would move the debate to a discussion of the historicity of the book on its own terms. When Nibley did directly discuss the Prophet, he portrayed him as a humble, loving servant of God.

Keywords: Book of Mormon; apologetics; criticizing the Brethren; testimony
Arnold, Marilyn. “Words words words: Hugh Nibley on the Book of Mormon.” Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 19, no. 2 (2010): 4–21.

In this lecture commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of Hugh Nibley’s birth, Arnold paints a picture of him by discussing not only his scholarship but also his very unique, and often humorous, writing and speaking styles and his consistent jabs at academia. According to Arnold, who read everything Nibley had written on the Book of Mormon, Nibley was never more eloquent or serious than when he defended that book. Often, Arnold notes, his defenses and other writings are illuminated by literary devices, including the use of parable, epistle, and Platonic dialogue.

Keywords: Book of Mormon; writing style; scholarship
Nibley, Hugh. One Eternal Round. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley 19, coauthored by Michael D. Rhodes, illustrations directed by Michael P. Lyon, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2010. xxii + 698.

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.

See also: “One Eternal Round” (1990)
Keywords: Ancient Near East; Egypt; Pearl of Great Price; Book of Abraham; Abraham (Prophet); hypocephalus
Rhodes, Michael D. “Preface.” In One Eternal Round, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 19. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2010.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rhodes, Michael D. “Introduction.” In One Eternal Round, Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 19. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 2010.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
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.
Keywords: Maxwell Institute; Sara Israelsen-Hartley; event
Schmuhl, Emily. “Hugh Nibley: A Scholar from Early Age.” Mormon Times, 29 January 2010.
Keywords: scholarship; Emily Schmuhl
Peterson, Daniel. “The Need for Apologetics; Hugh Nibley Was Foremost.” Mormon Times, 4 February 2010.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; apologetics; Daniel C. Peterson
De Groote, Michael. “Hugh Nibley's Defense of Truth.” Mormon Times, 5 February 2010.
Keywords: Michael De Groote; Daniel C. Peterson; apologetics; defesne of truth
Haddock, Sharon. “Hugh Nibley: Mankind Should Take Care of the Earth.” Mormon Times, 12 February 2010.
Keywords: stewardship for creation; environment; Sharon Haddock
Crandall, Justin. “Hugh Nibley: A Man of Paradoxes and Disagreements.” Mormon Times, 19 February 2010.
Keywords: discipleship; Justin Crandall; scholarship
Newman, Nick. “A View into How Hugh Nibley Studied the Truth.” Mormon Times, 26 February 2010.
Keywords: study habits
De Groote, Michael. “The Truth about Hugh Nibley Myths.” Mormon Times, 5 March 2010.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Michael De Groote; folklore
De Groote, Michael. “Hugh Nibley Writings That Changed the Church.” Mormon Times, 11 March 2010.
Keywords: scholarship
Newman, Nick. “Classical Scholarship Drove Nibley to Religion.” Mormon Times, 19 March 2010.
Keywords: classical studies
Haddock, Sharon. “Nibley a Passionate Defender of the Book of Mormon.” Mormon Times, 26 March 2010.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; apologetics; Sharon Haddock
De Groote, Michael. “Hugh Nibley, a Modern Socrates.” Mormon Times, 2 April 2010.
Keywords: Socrates; C. Wilfred Griggs; classical studies
De Groote, Michael. “Egyptology, Hugh Nibley and the Really Big Book.” Mormon Times, 9 April 2010.
Keywords: Temples; Egypt
De Groote, Michael. “One Eternal Round Focuses on Facsimile 2 from the Book of Abraham.” Mormon Times, 22 April 2010.
Keywords: One Eternal Round
Petersen, Boyd J. “Hugh Nibley: A Life of Faith, Learning, and Teaching.” BYU Religious Education Review (Winter 2010): 10–15.
Keywords: discipleship; Boyd Jay Petersen
2011
Ball, Terry B. “Nibley and the Environment.” Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 20, no. 2 (2011): 16–29.

Hugh Nibley cared deeply about creation and was passionate about our stewardship over the earth. His arguments in defense of the environment were informed by the disciplines he knew best: history, philosophy, and theology. From his study, research, and reasoning, Nibley drew several principles that seem to have directed his thoughts and crafted his sense of environmental stewardship. Four of these principles are discussed in this paper: (1) humankind has a divine mandate to properly care for creation; (2) humankind’s spiritual health and environmental heath are linked; (3) creation obeys, reverences, and provides for humankind, as humankind righteously cares for creation; and (4) humankind should not sacrifice environmental health for temporal wealth.

Keywords: stewardship for Creation; environment; Terry B. Ball
2012
Haymond, Bryce. “Introduction to Ancient Temples & Sacred Symbolism.” https://www.templestudy.com/author/admin/page/13/.

References to Hugh Nibley weekly lecture series at BYU

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2013
Albright, Mark. “Missionary Moment: Legendary Kresimir Cosic of BYU Still Opens Doors for Gospel.” Meridian Magazine, 29 January 2013.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Petersen, Sarah Sanders. “Unlikely Friendship between Basketball Star, Scholar Led to “Complete” Conversion.” Deseret News, 31 January 2013.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2014
VanDam, Marvin R. “Inside the Brilliant Mind of Hugh Nibley.” LDS Living Magazine, 13 August 2014.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2015
Harmon, Dick. “Kresimir Cosic honored in Croatia, teammate on hand for celebration.” Deseret News, 8 Jun 2015.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2018
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “KnoWhy OTL05D—What Did Hugh Nibley Have to Say About the LDS Enoch and the Aramaic Book of the Giants?” In Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR Blog Posts, April 9, 2018. https://interpreterfoundation.org/knowhy-otl05d-what-did-hugh-nibley-have-to-say-about-the-lds-enoch-and-the-aramaic-book-of-the-giants/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2020
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M., Matthew L. Bowen, and Ryan Dahle. “Where Did the Names ‘Mahaway’ and ‘Mahujah’ Come From?: A Response to Colby Townsend’s ‘Returning to the Sources, ‘ Part 2.” In Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 40, (2020): 181-242.

Review of Colby Townsend, “Returning to the Sources: Integrating Textual Criticism in the Study of Early Mormon Texts and History,” Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies 10, no. 1 (2019): 55–85, https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/imwjournal/vol10/iss1/6/.

Abstract: In the present article, Part 2 of 2 of a set of articles supporting Colby Townsend’s efforts to raise awareness of the importance of textual criticism, we focus on his argument that Joseph Smith created the Book of Moses names Mahijah and Mahujah after seeing a table of name variants in the Hebrew text of Genesis 4:18 in a Bible commentary written by Adam Clarke. While we are not averse in principle to the general possibility that Joseph Smith may have relied on study aids as part of his translation of the Bible, we discuss why in this case such a conjecture raises more questions than it answers. We argue that a common ancient source for Mahujah and Mahijah in the Book of Moses and similar names in the Bible and an ancient Dead Sea Scrolls Enoch text named the Book of Giants cannot be ruled out. More broadly, we reiterate and expand upon arguments we have made elsewhere that the short and fragmentary Book of Giants, a work not discovered until 1948, contains much more dense and generally more pertinent resemblances to Moses 6‒7 than the much longer 1 Enoch, the only ancient Enoch text outside the Bible that was published and translated into English in Joseph Smith’s lifetime.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Harmon, Dick. “Kresimir Cosic’s adventure to get to BYU was as complex as it was destined.” Deseret News, 19 April 2020.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
2021
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M., Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock, eds. Hugh Nibley Observed. edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT: The Interpreter Foundation in cooperation with Eborn Books, Salt Lake City, UT, 2021.

Hugh W. Nibley (1910–2005) was arguably the most brilliant Latter-day Saint scholar of the 20th century, with wide-ranging interests in scripture, history, and social issues. The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley comprise nineteen weighty volumes. But he was also one of the most enigmatic observers of the Church.

In this volume readers will discover that the personal stories and perspectives behind the scholarship are sometimes even more captivating than his brilliant and witty intellectual breakthroughs. This comprehensive three-part collection of essays sheds fascinating new light on Hugh Nibley as a scholar and a man.

Part 1, entitled “Portraits,” contains the first collection of observations—a “spiritual” portrait of Hugh Nibley by his close friend and colleague John W. “Jack” Welch, a description of the physical portrait by Rebecca Everett hanging in the Hugh Nibley Ancient Studies room at Brigham Young University, and a biographical portrait by Hugh himself.

Part 2, “Nibley, the Scholar,” contains expanded and updated versions of the almost forgotten audio and video recordings of the BYU Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship lecture series celebrating the centennial of Nibley’s birth in 2010. An additional set of chapters on Nibley’s scholarship rounds out this collection.

Part 3, “Nibley, the Man,” includes tributes given by family members and others at Nibley’s funeral service. A series of entertaining personal stories, reminiscences, and folklore accounts concludes the volume.

Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Jeffrey M. Bradshaw; Shirley S. Ricks; Stephen T. Whitlock
Welch, John W. “Foreword: A Doorkeeper in the House of the Lord.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Introduction.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Jeffrey M. Bradshaw; festschrifts; Hugh Nibley Observed
Whitlock, Stephen T. “Appreciation.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Apostles and Bishops
Welch, John W. “Foreword: A Doorkeeper in the House of the Lord.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Everett, Rebecca Fechser. “About the Portrait of Hugh Nibley.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Painting; Hugh Nibley Reading Room; Ancient Studies Reading Room
Bushman, Richard Lyman. “Hugh Nibley and Joseph Smith.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Millet, Robert L. “Hugh Nibley and the Church.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Robert L. Millet; discipleship
Peterson, Daniel C. “Nibley as an Apologist.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Daniel C. Peterson; apologetics
Ball, Terry B. “Nibley and the Environment.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: stewardship for Creation; environment; Terry B. Ball
Madsen, Ann N. “Hugh Nibley and the Bible: “Look! And I Looked”.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Ann N. Madsen
Wilson, William A. “Nibley and Folklore.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: William A. Wilson; folklore
Welch, John W. “Beyond Scholarship: Scenes behind the Nibley Written Legacy.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Collected Works of Hugh Nibley; CWHN; FARMS
Huntsman, Eric D. “Hugh Nibley and Classical Scholarship.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: classical scholarship
Arnold, Marilyn. ““Words, Words, Words”: Hugh Nibley on the Book of Mormon.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Book of Mormon; writing style; scholarship
Griggs, C. Wilfred. “Hugh Nibley, Mentor to the Saints.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Socrates; C. Wilfred Griggs; classical studies
Rhodes, Michael D. “Nibley, Egyptology, and the Book of Abraham.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Michael D. Rhodes; Egyptology; Book of Abraham
Madsen, Truman G. “Hugh Nibley: A Prodigy, an Enigma, and a Symbol.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: discipleship; Truman G. Madsen
Thomas, Robert K. “The Influence of Hugh Nibley: His Presence in the University.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; scholarship; BYU
Gillum, Gary P. “Hugh Nibley: Scholar of the Spirit, Missionary of the Mind.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: scholarship; Gary P. Gillum
Thomasson, Gordon C. “Matthew Black and Mircea Eliade Meet Hugh Nibley.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Welch, John W. “Hugh Nibley and the Book of Mormon.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Apologetics;Hugh Nibley;Scholarship;Testimony; Book of Mormon; John W. Welch
Ricks, Shirley S. “Editing Hugh Nibley: The Man and His Legacy.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: scholarship
Gee, John. ““A Stranger in a Strange Land”: Hugh Nibley as an Egyptologist.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Egyptology
Hamblin, William J. “Joseph or Jung?” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: comparative analysis; William J. Hamblin; Douglas F. Salmon; parallelomania; Carl Gustav Jung; Mircea Eliade; archetype; collective unconscious
Welch, John W. ““Hugh Nibley’s Articles of Faith”.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Articles of Faith; John W. Welch; discipleship
Oaks, Dallin H. “Funeral Service for Hugh W. Nibley.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: funeral services; death
Johnson, David. “The Woman behind the Man: A Look into the Life of Hugh Nibley’s Widow.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Hugh Nibley; Phyllis Draper Nibley; family; David Johnson
Midgley, Louis. “A Mighty Kauri Has Fallen: Hugh Winder Nibley (1910–2005).” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: University of Utah; New Zealand; Reinhold Nieburh; theology; world and the prophets; sophic; mantic; Richard Bushman; Mormon History Association; Dialogue: A journal of Mormon Thought; Sterling M. McMurrin; Rudolf Bultmann; Martin Heidegger; Paul Tillich; Karl Barth. C. S. Lewis; Fawn Brodie; Ian S. Ardern
Brady, Jane D. “The BYU Folklore of Hugh W. Nibley.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: folklore; biographical; Jane D. Brady
Norton, Don. “Hugh Nibley and Me.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Don Norton
Ricks, Stephen D. “Reminiscences of Nibley.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Stephen D. Ricks; personal appreciation
Gillum, Gary P. “Hugh Winder Nibley: The Man, the Scholar, the Legacy.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. Orem, UT, and Salt Lake City: The Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books, 2021.
Keywords: Gary P. Gillum; discipleship scholarship
Capener, Brian, director. “Faith of an Observer: Conversations with Hugh Nibley (complete version, subtitled).” 2021.

Who was Hugh Nibley? For starters, he was arguably the most brilliant Latter-day Saint scholar of the 20th century. Though he was sometimes one of the harshest critics of Brigham Young University, he was also one of the Church’s most faithful and loyal advocates. People liked Hugh Nibley because he was not afraid to say things that we wish we could say, to espouse unpopular causes, to thumb his nose at fashion, or to buck the crowd. According to Elder Neal A. Maxwell, Nibley’s well-known eccentricity was itself “a reflection of his deepened discipleship.”

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M.Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series.” Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 2021.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Who Was Hugh Nibley?: Announcing a New, Landmark Book, Hugh Nibley Observed.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 1 April 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-1/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. ““The Book Nobody Wants”: Hugh Nibley and the Book of Mormon.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 8 April 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-2/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Hugh Nibley on Revelation, Reason, and Rhetoric.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 15 April 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-3/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. ““The Book That Answers All the Questions”: Hugh Nibley and the Pearl of Great Price.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 22 April 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-4/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Why Is Hugh Nibley More Important Now Than Ever?” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 29 April 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-5/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. ““One Peep at the Other Side”: What Did Hugh Nibley’s Near-Death Experience Teach Him About the Purpose of Life?” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 6 May 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-6/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. ““We Will Still Weep for Zion”: War and Wealth.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 13 May 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-7/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. ““Worlds Without Number”: Hugh Nibley on Science and Religion.” In Hugh Nibley Observed Introductory Blog Series, by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 20 May 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-hugh-nibley-observed-8/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “Conversations about Hugh Nibley.” Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 2021.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Jack Welch.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Learn more about Hugh Nibley by watching “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Jack Welch.” Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of his life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

Jack Welch has been a firsthand participant in some of the most important Book of Mormon research. In addition, as the catalyst that led to the formation of the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS) in 1979, no one is in a better position than Jack to tell the stories of its beginning, and the important role of Hugh Nibley in the organization and its publications, including the nineteen-volume Collected Works of Hugh Nibley.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Shirley S. Ricks.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of Hugh Nibley’s life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

In this video, Shirley shares her firsthand experience as an editor for many of the nineteen volumes of the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, and as co-editor of Hugh Nibley Observed.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Stephen T. Whitlock.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of Hugh Nibley’s life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

In this video, Steve, one of the editors of Hugh Nibley Observed recounts how the idea for the book germinated, and discusses why Hugh Nibley’s example as a scholar and a disciple is more relevant than ever before.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Daniel C. Peterson.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of Hugh Nibley’s life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

In this video, Dan Peterson, a BYU professor, an articulate and entertaining writer and lecturer on the faith, and president of the Interpreter Foundation recounts personal stories and descriptions of his experiences with Hugh Nibley over many years.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Kirk Magleby.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of Hugh Nibley’s life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

In this video, Kirk Magleby, involved for many years with FARMS and a principal actor in Book of Mormon Central since its inception recounts how Hugh Nibley was a model to him and his friends from his formative years to the present day.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Rappleye, Jasmin Gimenez. “A Conversation about Hugh Nibley with Jeffrey M. Bradshaw.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

Enjoy the inspiring, untold stories of Hugh Nibley’s life and work in the new book “Hugh Nibley Observed,” available in hardcover, softcover, digital, and audio formats.

In this video, Jeff, one of the editors of Hugh Nibley Observed recounts how the idea for the book germinated, and discusses why Hugh Nibley’s example as a scholar and a disciple is more relevant than ever before.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Movie Night with My Dad, by Rebecca Nibley.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

In this video, Rebecca Nibley shares a poignant father-daughter conversation after a local viewing of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” The film raised concerns for Rebecca about the former restrictions that prevented men of African descent from being ordained to the priesthood. His full answer to these concerns was not given till one year later.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Reading with My Dad, by Rebecca Nibley.” In Conversations about Hugh Nibley, by Jasmin Gimenez, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR, 8 April 2021. Video.

This video recounts touching scenes of an affectionate father who loved to bond with his young children through unusual reading traditions.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley.” Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 2021.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “What Was Hugh Nibley Thinking About When He Landed His Jeep on the Beach on D-Day?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 8 April 2021. Video.

On the dawn of one of the most daring and dangerous events of World War II, the typical soldier would hardly be thinking deep thoughts about puzzling intellectual problems. But then again, Hugh Nibley was not the typical World War II soldier. He said, ““As we were a couple of feet under water, that it really hit me—how astonishing the Book of Mormon truly is.” In this video, we will show how Nibley’s pioneering research on Lehi’s trail in Arabia provided the foundation for additional discoveries by other researchers generally confirming and enriching his early hunches.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Where Did the Idea That the Atonement is an “At-One-Ment” Come From?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 15 April 2021. Video.

This inspiring video outlines one of Hugh Nibley’s discoveries about how the Atonement of Jesus Christ relates to ancient and modern temples, as contained in the first of a four part series carried in the Church’s Ensign periodical in 1990.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “What Did Enoch Scholar Matthew Black Say To Hugh Nibley about the Book of Moses Enoch Account?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 22 April 2021. Video.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Have Latter-day Saints Forgotten Hugh Nibley?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 29 April 2021. Video.

This video asks the question, “Have Latter-day Saints Forgotten Hugh Nibley?” and gives several reasons why his amazing and work will continue to inspire others for many generations to come.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “How Did Hugh Nibley Become a Spiritual Mentor to an Atheist Basketball Star from Croatia?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 6 May 2021. Video.

This video tells the inspiring and entertaining story of how a famous basketball player, diplomat, and national hero from the former Yugoslavia became a Latter-day Saint, with the help of Hugh Nibley and his daughter Christina.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “What Five Things Did Hugh Nibley Teach Us About the Temple?” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 13 May 2021. Video.

The video introduces Nibley’s lifelong scholarship on the temple — both as a house of learning and an example of selfless service. The law of consecration taught in the temple represented the pinnacle of Nibley’s personal strivings to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. “Hugh Nibley’s Love For God’s Creation.” In “Insight Videos about Hugh Nibley Interpreter Foundation,” by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR. 20 May 2021. Video.

The video examines the roots of Hugh Nibley’s love for God’s creation in childhood memories and experiences as a father, and his later efforts to define and model what it means to be a steward over God’s earth and His creatures.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Brown, S. Kent. “Enoch, the Book of Moses, and the Book of Giants: More Light on the 1977 Visit of Professor Matthew Black to BYU.” In Interpreter Foundation, Book of Mormon Central, FAIR Blog Posts, May 17, 2021. https://interpreterfoundation.org/blog-enoch-the-book-of-moses-and-the-book-of-giants/.
Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization
Midgley, Louis and Ricks, Shirley S. “Hugh Winder Nibley: Bibliography and Register.” Unpublished, Dated 24 May 2021, but probably compiled ca. 2015.

Most recent and most complete Nibley bibliography, updated from 2010 version.

Keywords: abominations; Akish; Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Alma; American people; Ammon; annihilation; Babylon; Book of Mormon; Collapse; Constantine; Coriantumr; Corihor; Cumorah; East and West; economy; Egypt; Empire; enemy; Ether; evil; extermination; faith; Gentiles; God; good; Jared; Jaredites; Jesus Christ; Lamanite(s); Lehi; Mormon (the Book of Mormon prophet); Moroni; Mr. Nixon; Nephites; pagan(s); period of; Planned Polarization

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