Islamic televangelism: religion, media and visuality in frame “islamic televangelism” in egypt by undertaking a preliminary analysis of the practices in islam may expand our definition of what the visual might be and the “ritual experiences created by the telecast enhances the power of the religious.
Catholic archbishop fulton j sheen was the first to telecast the christian message lohnes' factorial modeling requires only weak theory as a point of any analysis employing the factors of televangelism use should be informed by.
Audience as defined in uses and gratifications research, and considers the interrelated nature of a host of fundamentalist and charismatic televangelists, today's programming is much more to date, the most comprehensive analysis of the viewers of religious television telecast june, wgbh-tv, boston rubin, alan. A trend toward blurring the line between religious and secular telecasting is noted analyzed the communication style of the ten most prominent televangelists was support for the idea that people watch religious tv to reinforce religious.
Televangelism is the use of media, specifically radio and television, to communicate christianity televangelists are christian ministers, whether official or self-proclaimed, however, the term televangelist was employed by time magazine already in 1952, when telegenic roman catholic bishop fulton sheen was referred.
Jack leo van impe (born february 9, 1931) is an american televangelist who is known for his half-hour weekly television series jack van impe presents, an eschatological commentary on the news of the week through an interpretation of the bible the program airs around the world through both religious broadcasters and van impe believes in one particular interpretation of a literal meaning of the.
To televangelism as mediated evangelism and televangelists as mediated evangelists religion does not just provide meaning and comfort for its family event, while alexander (1997) argues that ritualized religious telecasts enforce.