Building on the Work of Hugh Nibley

Deseret NewsHugh Nibley’s groundbreaking work on ancient temples is bearing a bountiful new harvest among Latter-day Saint scholars.

 

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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 This blog is composed mainly from Nibley's unpublished writings, letters, interviews and conversations, with occasional posts from associates who had personal interactions with him.
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One Response to Building on the Work of Hugh Nibley

  1. Two of my brothers attended BYU when Hugh was a professor there. They said his works were so plentiful that they used to call the works “Nibliana.” I remember his prayer at BYU and his reference to robes of Academia to Robes of an ancient, apostate, priesthood, and the discussion which followed that statement. Bro Nibley is an unique, very bright individual. Thanks for sharing these with those of us old enough to remember him.

    Bill Kettley

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