Religion isn't inherently logical. However, religion is not practiced by only illogical members of society.
What makes people religious? Are logical folk more likely to shun religion than those who are more illogical? Or less prone to using logic as their guide?
I'd like to hear opinions and experiences concerning logic and religion.
A better wording (courtesy of @Peguy:
....was arguing is that there's both rational and irrational forms of religion, and people who believe/disbelieve for similar reasons. So what's the distinction between the two and what is the general relationship between rational thought and religion?