Mensa for dummies! That's a great line.
Anyway, there are a million ways to skin a cat. "Religious people" are rarely Christians, and vice-versa.
There is, undeniably, to anyone able to detect it, a power-source that is omnipresent.
"God" is a poor description for it. Too much baggage associated with that term.
But the power exists. It is beyond foolish to reject it, out of hand.
It is what puts the life in "life".
What amazes me is that, even though it costs nothing to accept the notion of a Divinity, when there is always the possibility of there being so much to gain, by doing so, why there are so many people who simply reject that possibility, thus ensuring they will never profit by it.
Not that profit is a good reason. But it is a very human one.
Your average atheist seems to imagine that cynical debate, conflict, and winning, at any cost, is the entire reason for being alive, at all.
Some are very intelligent, for all the good it appears to do them.
But life isn't about IQ. Or verbal facility.
Life is about living.