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"Hell and Mr. Fudge" is the warm, thoughtful, and sometimes
humorous story of the trials and tribulations of evangelical scholar
Edward Fudge. His groundbreaking book The Fire that Consumes
is perhaps the most influential book about hell and the hereafter ever
His argument for the "annihilation of the lost" causes fierce controversy
in his Alabama community. He is either hero or heretic depending on
who you ask.
It is common for people to assume that Christians believe that God will
either give people eternal life in Paradise or He will consign others to an
eternity of torment in a place commonly called Hell. It turns out, however,
that Christians actually have differing views of the eternal future.
But, according to a 2008 survey, nearly 60% of Americans think there is a hell
where "sinners" suffer eternal torment.
The producers state the purpose of the film: "One reason we think it is
important to address this subject is that the way we see death and heaven
and hell affects our view of God. Is He a God of love, or is He a cruel tyrant?"