CWHN 8:498-532 This article is based on a transcript of a talk given at the 1986 Sunstone Theological Symposium in Salt Lake City. It was published in Sunstone 12 (January 1988): 14—25.
CWHN 8:328-379. A talk given in 1981 at the J. Reuben Clark Law School of Brigham Young University
THE RUINS – Who can account for them? Answer: Nobody! The elementary questions remain unanswered. At every step students confess their helplessness before a complete MYSTERY.
The Ensign 1:7 (July 1971): 53-55; CWHN 13:270-277. See also Nibley’s anti-war letter of March 29, 1971 in BYU Daily Universe
a series of articles (on so-called Mormon “criticism”), in The Improvement Era, 1959; CWHN 8:127-206.
(Provo: BYU Press, 1973). This was the Commissioner’s Lecture delivered in 1972. Later reprinted (without the complete footnotes) in The New Era 3:9 (September 1973): 38-50; reprinted again in Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless (Provo: Religious Studies Center, 1978): 101-127; CWHN 12: 450-490. An examination of writing as a gift from God and …
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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.