Here is what religious delusion looks like in our world:
A polygamist sect leader [Warren Jeffs, 55] convicted of child sexual assault walked out of his sentencing hearing in protest Friday, after reading a statement he claimed was from God. The statement promised a “whirlwind of judgment” on the world if God’s “humble servant” wasn’t set free.
Warren Jeffs is completely delusional, believing first that “God” exists, second that an imaginary “God” can write statements, and third that an imaginary “God” can cause a “whirlwind of judgment”.
Even more amazing, according to the article, is the fact that, “10,000 FLDS members nationwide see Jeffs as a prophet who is God’s spokesman on Earth.”
Clearly Jeffs and his followers have lost their minds.
But the fact is that Jeffs and his delusional followers are no different from any other religious practitioner. Anyone who believes in an imaginary “God” who “answers prayers” and routes people into “heaven” or “hell” is just as delusional. This video explains it: