Tinkling Cymbals & Brass Vol 11
Trained in history and interested in classical rhetoric, Hugh Nibley brings a broad perspective to his study of anti,Mormon writings. In these works, Nibley explains and defends the life and teachings of the prophets. His skill at recognizing and dissecting flawed arguments allows him to separate the chaff from the wheat. He knows the scriptures. He knows that Joseph's name would be known for good and evil, but he has clearly chosen to be numbered among those who sought counsel from the Prophet. He has little patience with those who write to persuade others to dismiss either the prophets or their divine messages.
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