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Volume 9:1 (Autumn 1968)


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Hugh Nibley’s forceful prose in “As Things Stand at the Moment” takes on critics who believe that Joseph Smith’s papyri translations (which became The Pearl of Great Price) were mere fabrications. Further vindicating the Church is Kenneth W. Godfrey’s article, which gives exhaustive proof that the alleged A Little Known Discourse by Joseph Smith is a forgery. Readers will also enjoy the reproduction of a stirring article by C. S. Lewis on “Modern Theology and Biblical Criticism.”