According to the BBC, Williams declared to an audience of over 1,000 fellow loons in Swansea yesterday that "...religion is [not] an eccentric survival strategy [n]or [an] irrational form of explanation."
religion could not be viewed from a scientific point of view because belief in God was unconditional.If that is not de facto proof that the man is completely and totally irrational, I don't know what is.
Some more of Williams' famed opaque and totally irrational language is quoted by the BBC:
'I believe in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, subject to further explanation', is not a creed that's prevalent in the Christian world.And
The believer who worships assumes absolutely that God is there and worth attending to.Those amongst us who are not given over to Williams' brand of complete irrationality will recognise that he, and those who subscribe to his delusional fantasies about his invented sky-daddy, are absolutely indistinguishable, from a diagnostic standpoint, from delusional psychotics. Thus, in common parlance, it is true to say that Williams and his ilk are truly mad.