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The Meaning of the Temple

18 pp., typed manuscript of a lecture given at Aspen Grove, Utah on September 1, 1973; CWHN 12:1-41.

Archaeology and Our Religion

9 pp. typed paper, 1965; Seventh East Press (January 18, 1982): 4-7, 12; and CWHN 1: 21-36. This is the manuscript of an essay submitted to the Instructor, and rejected, and circulated with two letters, both dated September 16, 1965, one addressed to “Dear Brother,” 1 p., and the other addressed to “Mr. W,” 5 …

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There Is Always Egypt

Address given on 25 October 1985.

A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price

a series of articles in The Improvement Era, 1968-1970. The following three chapters, “Setting the Stage– The World of Abraham,” “The Sacrifice of Isaac,” and “The Sacrifice of Sarah,” have been reprinted in CWHN 14:163-218, 319-381

Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?

in The Ensign 2:9 (September 1972): 46-49; reprinted in Parry, Donald W., ed. Temples of the Ancient World (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994), 29-47; CWHN 8: 265-273.

Secrets of the Scriptures

“Secrets of the Scriptures — The Creation,” 29 pp., typed transcript of a talk given in Glendale, California in 1969. One of the best examples of Nibley’s use of ancient apocryphal writings. The talk was also unusual in that he expressed gratitude that it was being recorded. Brothers and Sisters, I am actually glad that …

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Rediscovery of the Apocrypha and the Book of Mormon

58 pp. d.s. typed transcript of a lecture given on March 17, 1965; CWHN 12:212-263. The imagery and practices found in the Book of Mormon are compared with certain phrases and material concerns found in Jewish and Christian apocryphal writings. — Midgley Listen to recording: Part 1 Part 2 Right-click (cntrl-click for macs) and “save …

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No Ma’am, That’s Not History

No Ma’am, That’s Not History: A Brief Review of Mrs. Brodie’s Reluctant Vindication of a Prophet She Seeks to Expose (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1946): 62 pp.; CWHN 11:1. Subsequently reissued without changes at various times. This is a short, witty reply to Fawn M. Brodie’s No Man Knows My History (New York: Knopf, 1945; …

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