Jack MacArthur (March 30, 1914 – June 15, 2005) was an American pastor. He was born in Calgary to an Episcopalian minister, Harry MacArthur, and Olivia Fullerton MacArthur. MacArthur grew up in Los Angeles, California. He graduated from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, earned a doctorate of literature degree from Pacific College (now Azusa Pacific University) and was given an honorary doctorate at Bob Jones University. MacArthur and his wife Irene raised four children, including pastor John MacArthur. He was the senior pastor of Calvary Bible Church in Burbank.

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  • Jack MacArthur (March 30, 1914 – June 15, 2005) was an American pastor. He was born in Calgary to an Episcopalian minister, Harry MacArthur, and Olivia Fullerton MacArthur. MacArthur grew up in Los Angeles, California. He graduated from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, earned a doctorate of literature degree from Pacific College (now Azusa Pacific University) and was given an honorary doctorate at Bob Jones University. MacArthur and his wife Irene raised four children, including pastor John MacArthur. He was the senior pastor of Calvary Bible Church in Burbank. During his early career, MacArthur served as director of evangelism for the Charles F. Fuller Foundation and as a field evangelist for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. He became pastor at Fountain Avenue Baptist Church on January 4, 1948 and served for four years. From 1952 to 1954, he was pastor of the First Baptist Church of Downey. In November 1954, he and his staff left that church to establish the independent, nondenominational Harry MacArthur Memorial Bible Church of Glendale, which was named for his father. From 1942 until his death, MacArthur hosted the "Voice of Calvary" radio program. Between 1956 and 1983, the program was adapted for television. MacArthur supported the ministry of John M. Perkins, so Perkins named the ministry Voice of Calvary, a nod to MacArthur's radio program. (en)
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  • Jack MacArthur (March 30, 1914 – June 15, 2005) was an American pastor. He was born in Calgary to an Episcopalian minister, Harry MacArthur, and Olivia Fullerton MacArthur. MacArthur grew up in Los Angeles, California. He graduated from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, earned a doctorate of literature degree from Pacific College (now Azusa Pacific University) and was given an honorary doctorate at Bob Jones University. MacArthur and his wife Irene raised four children, including pastor John MacArthur. He was the senior pastor of Calvary Bible Church in Burbank. (en)
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