I understand what you are going through. My son, who is now 37, was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy at the age of 13. While he does not exhibit the extreme Behavior, or report that he has seen God, This Is Not Unusual from what I have read. In fact there is one story of a nun who had thought she was speaking to God for many years until she was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy. In her case she was extremely devastated as it shook her whole world. My son reports that although he has not seen God or spoken to him he has experienced a a form of nothingness that he can only describe as spiritual. Temporal lobe epilepsy has been linked with religious experiences for many people as it apparently triggers seizures in the area of the brain responsible for religious thought. I hope you are able to find a neurologist to work with your son. In my son's case he has never fully accepted his seizure disorder and has refused to see a neurologist. He also would not take his medicine until he was about 24, which unfortunately resulted in more brain damage then he should have had. He is still experiencing seizures as well as severe depression which apparently is related two temporal lobe epilepsy. His seizures have gotten worse over the years. I had hoped that they would become less bothersome as they do with some people. I have noticed that this form of epilepsy is very detrimental to ones personality, and in fact have read about a temporal lobe epilepsy personality syndrome. In my son's case he went from being extremely creative to less so and has become more rigid in his thinking. While he is still an excellent human being and my favorite person on Earth, it has been heartbreaking to watch him go through what he has. I hope your son will be less resistant to treatment and more accepting of his disease than mine has been. I hope you are able to find a neurologist very well-versed in temporal lobe epilepsy because it is a complicated disease and has many side effects such as depression. My heart goes out to you and to your son. If you would like to speak with me more I am open to that and would be happy to help you in anyway I can.