This is a fallacy. Religion is dealing with the contradictions and questions of life. You could see it as opposite to atheism which is an attempt to simplify those questions and eliminate contradictions. I personally see religion as an important aspect of humanism - because humans are not 'exact' beings (as in 'exact science'). Humans have their own will, are aware of freedom, choices, mercy & forgiveness - all those 'weird' things that we do not learn from nature or science. That is what religion is dealing with.