I wonder if this dilemma is like people searching for the perfect church. They look around to find one that's running smoothly and healthily, and they reject any as soon as human cracks become visible to them. Of course, all human institutions have human cracks. The longer you're around them, the more cracks you see. The fall tainted everything. If you're looking for the perfect anything here on earth, you're on a fool's quest, one that is doomed to failure.
Is it wrong for me to pull my support of an institution just because I've clearly seen how sinful, fallen, and human the institution is? If I am unwilling to settle for anything less then perfect, unable to find anything at all, what benefit is that to anyone? Where's the balance between wise stewardship, wisdom, sour grapes, truth, and consequences?
This is hard. Any thoughts?