With the completion of the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley (19 volumes in all) and the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of Nibley’s birth this year, I felt it would be a good time for me to share some of the experiences I had while editing Nibley’s books.
Concerning Mormonism, this concept of a multiplicity of gods is, no doubt, one of those unique tenants that represents an interesting challenge for a lot of Christian critics of the Church.
One day when I was in fifth or sixth grade, a classmate said, “You’re a Mormon, right?” I answered in the affirmative and he then announced, “My father says Mormons can have more than one wife. Is that true?” I thought he was joking. I thought everyone knew we no longer practice plural marriage, so I played along with him. “Sure,” I said, “my dad has...
White House is one of those places that just, it's like drinking from a firehose. So many unbelievable things happen everyday that if you don't write a few down, you are going to miss something...
The visionary journey of Abraham to the highest heaven, where he learns the secrets of Creation and is given a grand vision that includes a history of the world and a view of the spirits that existed with God before the Creation
The Restored Gospel teaches me that the term “God” means an exalted woman and an exalted man married in the new and everlasting covenant. We are taught that there is no God without men and women loving each other as equals. Heavenly Father is not an old bachelor. In fact, the one who’s an old bachelor is Satan. This is revolutionary.
The Book of Mormon contains linguistic elements of Hebrew or Semitic origin that Joseph Smith would not have been aware of at the time that the Book of Mormon was translated.