AUDIO TAPES OF NIBLEY BOOK OF MORMON CLASS AVAILABLE
Those interested in an additional resource for study of the Book of Mormon in 1988 will be rewarded by the audio tapes of Dr. Hugh Nibley's upper division Book of Mormon class at BYU. Russell Peek and a team of recording technicians have captured on cassette tape more than 50 hours of lectures from fall semester 1987 and winter semester 1988, one hour of lecture per cassette.
These tapes are rough and unrehearsed in spots. The inevitable background noises, partially audible student questions, classroom business, and other interruptions are all here. But so is Nibley—at his spontaneous best, talking effusively and effulgently about the meaning, importance, and eternal truthfulness of the scripture.
For those who have never attended a course, perhaps these will transmit some of that electric force that is generated in his classes, where potentially good minds rub against a great one. These tapes are available in two sets: Part I (fall semester) and Part II (winter semester).