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Rev. Samuel Maddux (1818-1851) has been studying the doctrine of endless punishment for many years. He has proposed written correspondence with Universalist preacher M.L. Edwards on the subject. Before this can happen, Edwards needs a scholarly recommendation for him. Maddux asks Finley to provide this recommendation. [Note: Samuel Maddux was a member of the Ohio Conference appointed to Point Pleasant in the Kanawha District at the time this letter was written. In 1851, the Methodist Book Concern published his book -- The Doctrine of Future Punishment Philological and Theologically Established]. Abstract Number - 272
Buffalo, Mason County, VA
Eternal Punishment; Future Punishment; Universalism; M.L. Edwards
Maddux, Samuel, "Letter from Samuel Maddux to James B. Finley" (1846). Finley Letters. 271.