King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers

by S. Michael Wilcox

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When we think of wicked people in the Book of Mormon, King Noah is one of the first who comes to mind. But he never could have done the damage he did if his pleasure-loving people had not been willing to turn a blind eye to his iniquities. Michael Wilcox calls this "Noah blindness," and he says it "is evidenced in our own lives when we can't see the danger or evil in our choice of friends, influences, ideas, or environments." This talk helps us avoid the pain that inevitably follows such self-deception by showing us how to see more clearly.

This Bookshelf Single is a written transcript of the original audio talk.

About the Author

S. Michael Wilcox

S. Michael Wilcox received his PhD from the University of Colorado and taught for many years at the LDS Institute of Religion adjacent to the University of Utah. He has spoken to packed crowds at BYU Education Week and has hosted tours to the Holy Land to China to Church history sites. He has served in a variety of callings, including as bishop and counselor in a stake presidency. He has written many articles and books, including House of Glory, Sunset, 10 Great Souls I Want to Meet in Heaven, and Finding Hope. He and his late wife, Laurie, are the parents of five children.

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By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

John Bytheway actually talks about this talk and recomends this to listen to this talk. I can not wait to hear it!

Amazing!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

S. Michael Wilcox does an excelent job discribing the 'King Noah Blindness'. I suggest it to all those who want to know more about King Noah and his priests. Or how to stay away from the 'King Noah Blindness'.

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