On the Way to Stake Conference

[Mid-sixties, one of many similar statements.]

Alright, it’s time to leave for stake conference. Does everybody have a good book to read? Tarzan and the Ant Men? That’ll do.

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About Hugh Nibley

Hugh Nibley, 1910-2005, was simultaneously the LDS Church's greatest intellectual defender from attack from the outside and Mormon culture's strongest critic from the inside. This blog is composed mainly from Nibley's unpublished writings, letters, interviews and conversations, with occasional posts from associates who had personal interactions with him.
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3 Responses to On the Way to Stake Conference

  1. Hilarious! Nothing like a good book to make a (potentially) dull church meeting bearable.

  2. David in Orem says:

    I will probably have to quote this next time I speak in stake conference… in less than a month…

  3. Ron Madson says:

    O yes, but times have changed. Now just an I phone will do

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