Anti-Vaccine Christian Broadcaster Dies After Contracting COVID-19

THE HILL – The 64-year-old founder of a Christian television network that was critical of COVID-19 vaccines died on Tuesday after contracting the virus.

Marcus Lamb’s death was announced by Daystar, the second-largest Christian network in the world, boasting an audience of 2 billion people globally.

The network said in a statement:

“The family asks at this time that their privacy be respected as they grieve this difficult loss, and they wish to express their deep love and gratitude for all those who prayed during Marcus’s health battle.”

In an email to the newspaper, Daystar spokesman Arnold Torres declined to comment on Lamb’s COVID-19 views or vaccination status prior to his death … read more. 

“White evangelical Christians have seemed to resist COVID-19 vaccines more than other religious groups in the U.S., the newspaper added, perhaps as a result of alternative media consumption or political loyalties.” – The Hill, Dec 1, 2021

Christian TV Trailblazer Passes

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By: Daystar Television Network, DALLAS – Nov. 30, 2021

Marcus D. Lamb, President and Founder of Daystar Television Network, passed away today at 4 AM.

Launched on January 1, 1998, the Daystar Television Network under his visionary leadership has grown to more than 100 television stations across America and nearly every major cable and satellite provider across the globe.

The network reaches almost every country on earth, making it one of the most prominent Christian television networks in the world.

For over two decades, Marcus led Daystar to new heights, expanding its reach to new platforms, and in 2006, the network was granted a license to become the first and only Christian television network to broadcast throughout the Nation of Israel on the country’s cable and direct-to-home satellite systems.

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He is survived by his loving wife, Joni, his children and their spouses, Jonathan and Suzanna Lamb, Joshua and Rachel Brown, Jonathan and Rebecca Weiss, and his 4 grandchildren, as well as the countless Daystar friends and family around the world. SOURCE. 

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