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BLEARY-EYED EDITORS can always get a pick-me-up from the mailbag. As usual, letters about Vol. 16, No. 3, offered insightful commentary. Bob Sitze, director of hunger education at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, in Chicago, penned one of our favorites: "I have been a student of brain science for about 30 years now and as an educator and ecclesiologist (church guy) have found continual applications of neurological findings to the day-to-day workings of the people that I serve. I write and lecture on the subject (neuroecclesiology?) and gain courage from your magazine, if only to keep at this sometimes lonely subject. In the church, sadly, science is considered an unknown and unknowable body of knowledge." Keep the faith, Bob.


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