by Jack Llewellyn
Missouri State University alumna Amy Collier Artman will be delivering a public lecture “Televising Testimony: Kathryn Kuhlman and Your Faith and Mine,” about the pioneering televangelist Kathryn Kuhlman, at 7 p.m. Jan. 31 in Meyer Library, Room 101
After earning her B.A. in Religious Studies here at Missouri State University, Dr. Artman went on to achieve her doctorate at the University of Chicago. The subject of Dr. Artman’s dissertation and this lecture is Kathryn Kuhlman, a 20th century American faith healer and televangelist.
This lecture will look at the role of religion in American popular culture, specifically the way in which Kathryn Kuhlman’s message of Charismatic Christianity communicated via television.
Wayne E. Warner, who will be responding to Dr. Amy Collier Artman’s lecture, is the author of Kathryn Kuhlman: The Woman Behind the Miracles.
To listen to a preview of the lecture by Dr. Jack Llewellyn, head of the religious studies department, follow this link: http://news.missouristate.edu/2012/01/24/pentecostal/