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Rev. Arnold Pope

STEDMAN — The Rev. Arnold Pope was born Sept. 14, 1932, in Enfield, to Henry and Audrey Pope, two of the finest parents God could have provided. Arnold graduated from Enfield High School, where he rejoiced in playing three years of football. He then attended Duke University, from which he graduated in 1954 with an B.A. degree in religion, and Duke Divinity School, where he earned a M.Div. in 1958. His senior year in college and the three in seminary, he also served as a student pastor for a charge of three churches: Stokes, Parmele and Vernon. In later years, he also earned a Master’s in Adult Education from N.C. State.
ENFIELD, NC
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Rev. Thomas Arnold Pope

Arnold Pope was born Sept. 14, 1932, in Enfield, N.C., to Henry and Audrey Pope, two of the finest parents God could have provided. Arnold graduated from Enfield High School, where he rejoiced in playing three years of football. He then attended Duke University, from which he graduated in 1954 with an B.A. degree in religion, and Duke Divinity School, where he earned a M.Div. in 1958. His senior year in college and the three in seminary, he also served as a student pastor for a charge of three churches: Stokes, Parmele and Vernon. In later years, he also earned a Master's in Adult Education from N.C. State.
ENFIELD, NC
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