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Bishop Arthur Kulah

Bishop Arthur Flumo Kulah

Bishop Kulah, son of Saye and Zonpu Kulah was born in Boway, Bong County (a small village located between Bong and Nimba Counties) in rural Liberia, on October, 1936.  Arthur attended the W.V.S. Tubman Elementary and Junior High School, Lutheran Training Institute, and Cuttington College and Divinity School, now Cuttington University. While attending Cuttington College, he studied for and passed the Liberia Annual Conference Course of Study and was ordained by the late Bishop Trowen Nagbe, deacon in 1966 and elder in 1968.  He served as pastor of First United Methodist Church, Suakoko, 1962-66 and district supertendent, 1966-1968. 

He continued his formal education at St. Paul School of Theology, Kansas, City, Missouri, 1968-1970 where he received his MRE; and Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington D. C. where he received an M. Div. in 1978, and a D. Min. degree in 1980.  In 1992, he was awarded D.D. degree by McCarry College, in Jacksonville, Illinois.  Arthur served as director of Christian Education of the Liberia Annual Conference, 1970-1974, and Dean of the then Pastor Training Institute which later became The Gbarnga School of Theology in 1976 when Dr. Taryor took over the leadership of the school as its President and Dean. Arthur was elected (the third ballot) to the Episcopacy for an eight year-term.  In 1984 he was elected for life.

Bishop Arthur F. Kulah

Theological Education in Liberia:
Problems and Opportunities   1994

First Liberian Writers Series #4
ISBN (10) 0-913491-25-X
ISBN (13)

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