Elizabeth Clark has this gem in his discussion of the Pelagian Controversy as it emerged from the social networks established in the Origienist Controversy:
I doubt that at any time before or after the first three decades of the fifth century were a group of celibate men so concerned with babies.
Elizabeth Clark, The Origenist Controversy: The Cultural Construction of an Early Christian Debate (Princeton University Press, 1992) 194.
Indeed – simply read Augustine or the remaining fragments of Julian of Eclanum. They are obsessed!