google:It's all well and good to denigrate individuals, thousands of years after they died. Those kind of comments are contrary to scientific method (which is a given, as those individuals are no longer with us to observe!).
How do you explain the multitude of believers who have nothing wrong with their physical functions?
IMHO skeptics are as apt to grasp for explanations of "what is wrong with believers, that makes them behave the way they do" as believers are about skeptics. These are extremists and tolerance is the best that can be hoped for, with them, since all respect is lacking. We needn't be that way.
[Edited to add: your post might be taken by believers to mean that skeptics have a dysfunctional brain, where their "spiritual part" is switched off - there are often at least two ways of looking at everything]
Have you ever taken a Myer-Briggs test?
It might help demonstrate to you that there are many ways of thinking, and that while you are not unique in the way you think, that it can be quite different from the majority of those around you.
A little understanding, of this fact, can go a long way towards understanding the social aspects of the world in which we live.