Boulton earned his A.B. degree from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri in 1950, and his M.Div. degree from Duke Divinity School in 1953. While attending school Edwin served churches in Lathrop, and then the Calvary Methodist Church in Durham, North Carolina.
Bishop Boulton received honorary degrees from Iowa Wesleyan College, Simpson College, Rust College, Westmar College, Mount Union College, Dakota Wesleyan University and Baldwin-Wallace College.
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