416–417: Assessing the History and Value of Mormon Apologetics

Dan Wotherspoon Apologetics, History 2 Comments

Doing “apologetics,” which means to “speak in defense,” has been a longstanding tradition within Christianity, including Mormonism. Some forms of apologetics are often labeled “negative,” …

188–189: Hugh Nibley—Part 3: Prophet of Zion

Dan Wotherspoon Community, Prophets 6 Comments

In this third and final installment of our Hugh Nibley series, we look at Nibley’s powerful, far-ranging, and definitely direct/hard-hitting/deliciously skewering social critiques. Ranging from …

186–187: Hugh Nibley—Part 2: Scholar and Defender of the Faith

Dan Wotherspoon Apologetics 9 Comments

These episodes (186 & 187) constitute the second of our three-part series on Hugh Nibley (1910–2005), focusing this time on Nibley as scholar of the …

184–185: Hugh Nibley—Part 1: A Fascinating Life

Dan Wotherspoon Spirituality, Teaching 9 Comments

These episodes launch a three-part series on Hugh Nibley (1910–2005), a towering figure in twentieth-century Mormonism who every Latter-day Saint deserves to know better. Most …