Description: Kathryn Kuhlman was privileged to have Arthur Katz, a Jewish gentleman from Brooklyn, New York, as her guest on these telecasts filmed at CBS in 1970. Your heart will be stirred as he relates the experiences he had six years before. The one great burden of this atheist and modern man's life was the inability of men to be reconciled to each other. Leaving his teaching profession, his journey for truth and the meaning of life took him to other nations where he encountered Gentile Christians who presented the gospel to him.
The quest of Arthur Katz for truth culminated aboard a tramp steamer when a Bible came into his hands for the first time. Reading it, he received an experience from God that turned his life around. Receiving Jesus Christ as his Messiah, he was brought into the fullness of his Jewish faith. He has continued to point both Jew and Gentile to Jesus who is " the way, the truth, and the life."