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Editorial: Wake divinity school responds to local issue of food and faith

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Posted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 12:00 am

We recently wrote here about the necessity for medical schools to teach students how to accept and deal with obese patients. Now comes a similar but broader effort at divinity schools. Both initiatives are laudable, but we are particularly gratified to see Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity responding to a serious local problem — hunger.

Such efforts are especially important in this time of government cutbacks.

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