"Last Call: An Apocalyptic Warning from the Book of Mormon," is an article based on a talk given by Nibley at the 1986 Sunstone Symposium in Salt Lake City. It is a call to modern society to learn from examples in the Book of Mormon. He stresses the fact that the Book of Mormon was written to the people of our time and that Mormons as well as gentiles must repent.
Nibley decribes modern society's inversion of values in "Goods of First and Second Intent." This is a transcript of a talk given to the Retired Teacher's Association on October 9, 1987 in Salt lake City. He points out that goods of second intent (things used to acquire other things) are more important in our society than goods of first intent (things worth having for their own sake).
In "The Book of Mormon: Forty Years After," Nibley explores 16 of his recent insights into the Book of Mormon. This paper is a transcript from the Sunstone Book of Mormon Lecture Series in 1988. Nibley concludes that the last days are very near, and the world must heed the Book of Mormon's call to repentance.
Louis Midgely has compiled an inclusive and up-to-date bibliography of Hugh Nibley's writings. "Hugh W. Nlbley: Bibliography and Register" is a chronological listing of all of the published and unpublished writings of this great scholar.