Hugh W. Nibley; John W. Welch (Editor), Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 1989, The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley: Volume 8, 6.25×9.25″ hardbound, 595 pages.
In twenty-three brilliant essays, Nibley explores the many ways in which the Book of Mormon is true, prophetic, historical, and an apocalyptic book. He treats such topics as the prophecy of Ezekiel 37, internal and external evidences of the divine origin of the Book of Mormon, literary style in the Book of Mormon, ancient temples and the Book of Mormon, and the Book of Mormon’s teachings for the last days. This volume contains many penetrating insights.
1. The Stick of Judah
2. Columbus and Revelation
3. New Approaches to Book of Mormon Study
4. Kangaroo Court
5. Just Another Book?
6. The Grab Bag
7. What Frontier, What Camp Meeting?
8. The Comparative Method
9. The Boy Nephi in Jerusalem
10. Literary Style Used in Book of Mormon Insured Accurate Translation
11. The Book of Mormon: True or False?
12. Howlers in the Book of Mormon
13. the Mormon View of the Book of Mormon
14. Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?
15. Bar-Kochba and Book of Mormon Backgrounds
16. Churches in the Wilderness
17. Freemen and King-men in the Book of Mormon
18. The Lachish Letters
19. Christ among the Ruins
20. The Prophetic Book of Mormon
21. Scriptural Perspectives on How to Survive the Calamities of the Last Days
22. Last Call: An Apocalyptic Warning from the Book of Mormon
23. The Book of Mormon: Forty Years After