Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret Book Company and Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies at Brigham Young University, 2000. Hardcover. 288pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] Black cloth with decorative light blue ink stamped titles on the front board and backstrip. Very good. The spine is very slightly rolled back. The extremities are rubbed and gently bumped, and the edges of the text block have minor soiling and staining. No dust jacket. Item #31494
The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley: Volume 14. Nibley's defense of the Book of Abraham. "The argument against the Book of Abraham on which eminent Egyptologists were most insistent was that the Egyptians were pagan, worlds removed from the religion of the Hebrews. But for some time now, every year has seen the narrowing of the gap as a steady and growing flow of discoveries and studies brings Egypt, Israel, and early Christianity ever closer and closer together."