According to the ancient proverb that wickedness proceedeth from the wicked. Likewise does madness proceed from mad men:
The beginning of the words of his mouth is foolishness: and the end of his talk is mischievous madness.
MAD'NESS, n. [from mad.] Distraction; a state of disordered reason or intellect (...)
DISTRACTION, n. [L.] (...)
2. Confusion from a multiplicity of objects crowding on the mind and calling the attention different ways; (...)
CONFUSION, n. (...)
3. A blending or confounding; indistinct combination; opposed to distinctness or perspicuity; as a confusion of ideas.
And God is not the author of a confusion of ideas.