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|Title||Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless: Classic Essays of Hugh W. Nibley|
|Year of Publication||2004|
|Authors||Nibley, Hugh W.|
|Number of Pages||328|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University|
|Keywords||Abraham (Prophet); Adam; Ancient Near East; Angel; Apocalypse of Abraham; Apocrypha; Biography; Cain; Christianity; Combat of Adam; Creation; Curriculum; Deliverance; Didache; Divine Council; Doctrine; Dominion; Early Church History; Education; Enoch; Enuma Elish; Expanding Gospel; Gospel; Intelligence; Isaac; Israel; Joseph Smith; Knowledge; Language; Law of Substitution; Moses; Name; Noah; Opposition; Ordinance; Plan of Salvation; Prophet; Qumran; Resurrection; Revelation; Ritual; Sacrifice; Satan; Scripture; Sermon; Suffering Servant; Temple; Translation; Treasure; Veil; Wilderness; Wisdom; Writing; Zeal|
The essays in this volume, including four on today’s world, were selected by a panel of Hugh Nibley’s colleagues. They are singular in their penetration, their originality, and their vitality. Reaching from the apocalyptic visions of original “treasures in heaven” down to the climax of history, they are more than mind-stretching. The delight of Nibley’s brilliant and sometimes biting prose style imparts a sense of the agelessness of what he calls the “three-act play” of human existence. Written specially for this book, the author’s own “intellectual autobiography,” together with his introductory paragraphs for the various chapters, complete the work of making the book a fitting and permanent record of one of the past outstanding historians.
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