Temple and Cosmos: Beyond this Ignorant Present
In Temple and Cosmos, Brother Nibley explains the relationship of the House of the Lord to the cosmos. In Temple, the first part of the volume, he focuses on the nature, meaning, and history of the temple, discussing such topics as sacred vestments, the circle and the square, and the symbolism of the temple and its ordinances.
In the second part, Cosmos, he discusses the cosmic context of the temple-the expanding gospel, apocryphal writings, religion and history, the genesis of the written word, cultural diversity in the universal church, and the terrible questions: Where did we come from? Why are we here? and Where are we going?
© 2002 Hugh Nibley
Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
Deseret Book Company
Religion | Religious Education
Nibley, Hugh, "Temple and Cosmos: Beyond this Ignorant Present" (2002). Maxwell Institute Publications. 74.