WCF 10:III states: (emphasis mine) Wouldn't those "incapable of being outwardly called" include a proverbial man living in total isolation, cut off from society entirely? It's come to my attention that some interpret the "incapability" as only referring to those who are disabled (incapable of hearing or higher cognitive thought), and not simply unable to be called "outwardly by the ministry of the Word". As far as I see it, since the WCF does not frame the context as including only the disabled, then it does, in fact, mean those that can't be "outwardly called by the ministry". Wouldn't that include the proverbial "man in the wilderness"? Thank you!