Wolf-Talk by S. M. Hutchens

Wolf-Talk

A left-wing church intellectual is credibly quoted as saying, "You can tell the health of an organization by whether they're looking for heretics or converts."

Nonsense. One of the necessary marks of a mens sana, corporate or individual, is that it is not distracted by sophisms like this one. Health implies the ability both to reproduce the organism and to eliminate waste. People who talk like this chap know they are heretics who can only retain their status in churches that aren't looking out for them.

S. M. Hutchens is a Touchstone senior editor.

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