Title of Collection

Edward Fudge Papers, 1969-1982


Edward Fudge

Document Type

Finding Aid

Publication Date


Inclusive Dates--Span


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains some of the personal papers of Edward Fudge, which chronicle his research on the Bible and Christian doctrine. This collection includes research and noes, research outlines, periodicals, tracts, audio recordings, sermon manuscripts, and correspondence. The collection is housed in 7 boxes.

Biographical Note

Edward Fudge received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Abilene Christian University and completed his J.D. at the University of Houston College of Law. He has served as preacher in Athens, Ala. and St. Louis. In 1982, he moved to Houston, Tex. and began practicing law. Fudge is best known for his research and publications on hell and the doctrine of annihilationism, or conditionalism. His book, The Fire That Consumes, is the result of this research. Fudge has also published many other books and scholarly articles.

Donor Note

Edward Fudge


The collection is arranged by material type. Research and notes are then arranged in alphabetical order by subject. Notes on the books of the Bible are arranged by order of appearance in the Bible. Correspondence is ordered by date.

Content List

Series I: Overview of Cycle Recruitment Selection


Churches of Christ--Alabama (Athens)



Extent of Collection

3.5 linear feet (7 boxes)

Manuscript Number

Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #76

Physical Location

Center for Restoration Studies

Use Restrictions

Open to researchers. Contact Milliken Special Collections to make an appointment

Processing Status


Finding Aid created by

ACU Staff, Kayla Sanderson

Subjects--Personal Names

Fudge, Edward William, 1944-


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