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Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?

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.

The Idea of the Temple in History

Millennial Star 120:8 (August 1958):228-237, 247-249. Reprinted as What Is a Temple? The Idea of the Temple in History (1963 and 1968); and under the title “What is a Temple?” in The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives, ed. by Truman G. Madsen (Provo: Religious Studies Center, 1984), 19-37; and in CWHN 4: …

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Nibley the Scholar

13 pp., typed transcript of a BYU Forum Assembly in which Nibley was interviewed by Louis Midgley, May 21, 1974

Evangelium Quadraginta Dierum

“Evangelium Quadraginta Dierum: The Forty-day Mission of Christ– The Forgotten Heritage,” Vigiliae Christianae 20:1 (1966): 1-24; reprinted under the title “The Forty-day Mission of Christ — the Forgotten Heritage,” in When the Lights Went Out (1970, 2001): 33-54; 49-90; CWHN 4:10-44. A study of evidences of the teachings of Jesus to his disciples in the …

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Christian Envy of the Temple

a two-part essay in the Jewish Quarterly Review 50:2,3/97-123 and 229-240. Reprinted with the same title in When the Lights Went Out (1970, 2001):55-58; 91-142; CWHN 4:391-434. A detailed study of the reaction of early Christian writers to the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. — Midgley

Passing of the Primitive Church

Church History 30: 2 (June 1961): 84-85; reprinted in When the Lights Went Out (1970, 2001), and later in BYU Studies 16:1 (Autumn 1975): 139-164; and CWHN 4:168-208. Nibley presents forty arguments for the apostasy in an examination of the expectation of early Christian writers of the fading of the Church. Professor Hans J. Hillerbrand …

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Jerusalem’s Formula for Peace

18 pp. typed transcript of a talk given on October 25, 1963. Listen to recording: MP3 Right-click (cntrl-click for macs) and “save link as” to download onto MP3 This recording is also found at BYU Speeches.

Just Another Book?

CWHN 8:148-169

Two Ways to Remember the Dead

in Immortality: Famed Discourses on Eternal Progression and Future Existence, ed. by Gordon Allred (Salt Lake City: Hawkes Publishing Co., 1974): 199-210. This essay was reprinted from Nibley’s World and the Prophets; CWHN 3:163-172.

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