Category Archives: Interviews

Nibley Documentary Faith of an Observer to Screen at Sunstone Film Festival

The Sunstone Film Festival will feature a retrospective screening of the documentary film Faith of an Observer: Conversations with Hugh Nibley. The movie will show in the Union Theater in the University of Utah Olpin Student Center on Saturday, August 2, at 2:00. Following the screening there will be a discussion on the making of the film with two of the filmmakers involved, Sterling VanWagenen and Hugh’s son Alex Nibley. Continue reading

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Come Over to the Dark Side!

And we’re using the Olympics and we can’t say the Russians aren’t guilty of exploiting it too, pushing national interests and asserting invidious comparison of the worst kind. Continue reading

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Eschewing Costly Apparel

One of the professors there was worried about me. He said, “Don’t people bother you when you’re walking there?” Continue reading

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Why They Called Him Gad-Fly Updated

I was an insufferable little show-off, I’ll say that. Continue reading

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On Religion Teachers at BYU (or, Why they Called Him a Gad-fly)

Here we are, unemployable by any academic standards, living on the welfare of the church…and to justify ourselves we spend our days fulminating against the evils of socialism and the wickedness of the idle poor. Continue reading

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Nibley vs. Wilkinson

Ernie and I, we really went round and round on a numbers of occasions. Continue reading

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