A. C. McKaig
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|A. C. McKaig|
|Born||11 January 1918|
Millville, Cumberland, New Jersey
|Died||28 May 2001 (83)|
|Affiliations||Church of God|
Arthur Clarence McKaig (January 11, 1918 - May 28, 2001) was an American Pentecostal evangelical preacher and revivalist faith healer known for his "dental ministries" that included such alleged feats as the apporting of silver and porcelain fillings into cavities, tightening of dentures, adjustment of over- and under-bites, and cure of periodontitis, in addition to more conventional healing fare.
- "Salvation-Healing Revival: Members Of Bethel Temple Testify • Teeth Are Filled • Vision Restored As Evangelist A. C. McKAIG Prays For Sick Now In Progress — Continuing Indefinitely", Monroe News-Star (Monroe, LA): 6, 19 May 1961, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/89289488/
- "AND THEN THEY CAST THEIR FILLINGS INTO A GOLDEN CALF.", Texas Monthly (Austin, TX: Mediatex Comm. Corp.) 2 (3): 57, Feb. 1974, https://books.google.com/books?id=GywEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA57, "The Rev. A. C. McKaig said that not only did ten persons receive silver and porcelain fillings in their teeth at his last prayer meeting, but that dentures tightened, bites changed and gum ridges were built up. 'Bring a flashlight so you can see the holes in the teeth before they're filled,' sayeth Brother McKaig."