Bob L, you are too cerebral. Its not about logic, its about faith. One of the wepons the devil often uses is logic. Good luck to you.
I fear this response to Bob L. is harsh. One may very well struggle with logic and reconciling it with faith. I suspect the more appropriate term is "reason" rather than "logic" in your statement anyway, since his thoughts are less rigorously mathematical, and he introduced very non-logical phenomena like delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia.
However, the bottom line is that, to the one trying to make sense of Christiantiy, one does not need to park their mind at the door. Rather, they need humility to subordinate their mind, realizing that it is flawed and not only finite, but also a very limited resource at best. And an undisciplined mind will run amok when it realizes that it is not center stage, because the governing principle in the flesh is pride.
We have a more adequate vocabulary, including words such as prelest, pride, vanity, and hubris.
The reason why I say the response is harsh is because it fails to recognize the good aspect in what Bob wrote. Namely, he is at least attempting to be honest. He has had bad experiences with clergy and has not been stunned by the truth being lived out in a way that can't be denied. As such, I can relate to him, as I have had similar struggles and seen others' faith destroyed by hypocrisy and false leadership.