Does religion pollute logic and reason? And if it does, how and why?
Indeed Religion is never contaminate human reason and logic. Indeed the existence of religion (in teaching) is stressed that any human being to have a reason / logic is sound, and can use reason / logic them correctly.
Humans who have a reason / logic that human health is good in every situation (this is like what is taught by religion in all scriptures and sayings of the apostles who submit the relevant religion.)
While the poor man / evil are human beings who have the intellect / logic of damaged / unhealthy (this is contrary to what is taught by religion in all scriptures and sayings of the apostles who submit the relevant religion.)
So, it is clear there is no religious teaching that damage / pollute the mind / human logic. However, some people are not healthy sense / logic polluting / destroying religion, then it is true.
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