What Are Some Facts About the Life of Pastor Arnold Murray?

Arnold B. Murray was the former pastor of the Gravette, Arkansas-based church and radio station The Shepherd’s Chapel. According to Murray, he earned a doctorate in theology and served in the Korean War as a U.S. Marine. However, this background has been investigated and proven to be mostly untrue. Nonetheless, Murray developed a profitable televangelism empire; as of 2015, over 200 television stations transmit The Shepherd’s Chapel broadcasts.

Arnold B. Murray was born in Waurika, Oklahoma on April 20, 1929. Edgar Dude Murray and Casey Brown Murray were his parents. He died on Feb. 12, 2014.

Pastor Murray claimed to have attended Biola University, but the institution’s registrar has no record of an Arnold Murray attending.

Murray was married to his wife Anna for 46 years. They had three children: David Vernon Murray, Dennis Arnold Murray, and Fayezel Jackson. After Pastor Murray’s passing, Dennis became the senior pastor at The Shepherd’s Chapel. Murray’s remaining relatives consist of his sister-in-laws Marion Murray and Martha Sweeter, his granddaughter Jessica Murray Pike and her husband Luther Pike, and his great-granddaughter and her husband.

Murray fought as a combat Marine in the United States Marine Corps and was there at the Incheon landing. Additionally, he asserted that he had survived the Chosin Reservoir Campaign.

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