On The Giant’s Shoulders: Hugh Nibley’s Influence On The Rising Generation Of Mormons

The generation of Mormons in their twenties never enrolled in a Hugh Nibley class nor saw him speak in public. To us, he was not a contemporary leader in LDS academia but an established icon whose greatest works had already been published, more of a force than a person. Does our generational distance allow us more skepticism and the ability to judge him in fresh, and interesting new ways?

Rick Jepson, Quinn Rollins, Jill Fellows, Ryan Halloway