Pharyngula goes there:

Andrew Brown suggests that we shouldn't suppose that religious belief is irrational, and I'm going to have to agree in part with him. I think theology is actually an exercise in reason it is an activity that has engaged some of the greatest minds of the ages, and it is a sophisticated and elaborate logical edifice.

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