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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.

Tenting, Toll, and Taxing

Western Political Quarterly 29:4 (December 1966): 599-630; CWHN 10:33-98. An historical study of the roots of taxation, property and political dominion. — Midgley

There Is Always Egypt

Address given on 25 October 1985.

The Enoch Figure

CWHN 2:19-65

Beyond Politics

In BYU Studies 15:1 (Autumn 1974): 3-28. A talk originally given on October 26, 1973, to the Pi Sigma Alpha society in the Political Science Department at BYU. Reprinted in Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless (Provo: Religious Studies Center, 2004): 279-305. An argument that political action is desirable, even in an imperfect world, …

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How to Have a Quiet Campus, Antique Style

BYU Studies 9:4 (Summer 1969): 440-452; CWHN 10: 287-302. Nibley traces some interesting parallels in educational matters and especially in campus unrest in the decade after 1960 with the medieval world. — Midgley

The Early Christian Church

The Early Christian Church in the Light of Some Newly Discovered Papyri from Egypt (Provo: BYU Extension Publications, 1964): 20 pp. An address delivered to the BYU Tri-Stake Fireside, March 3, 1964, which draws attention to the contents of some of the Coptic Nag Hammadi materials. — Midgley Listen to recording: MP3 [Right-click (cntrl-click for …

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The Utopians

CWHN 9:487-523

Historicity of the Bible

typed transcript of an address given to the Seminary and Institute faculty at BYU on June 19, 1956; CWHN 1: 1-19.

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