I agree, scourge, but you weren't advocating guidance or euthanasia here before, you were making an argument against atheism on the grounds that some people (described as betas and omegas) were not capable of logical thought, and thus, more suited to follow religious doctrine. At least that is what I understood.
I think this is a flawed argument. Neither theism nor atheism is hereditary as we are born into this world without the notion of God. God is a human concept, and we are either taught that he does or does not exist. However, much of our society revolves around a reaction to or against either of these ideas. I suppose I fall into the atheist camp here when I say it is of utmost importance that we recognize God is a human invention. If we cease to teach children that he is real (just like the Easter Bunny), they will cease to 'believe'.
Further, I don't think it is wholly a matter of logic vs. faith. As I have previously stated, neither of these are hereditary, both of them are taught. Each have their uses, but it seems to me a mistake to base one's entire understanding of 'reality' entirely upon either.
Are you advocating or admonishing the 10,000 hrs of logic classes? It seemed you were against them in your first post, but now not so. Myself: do anything for 10,000+ hrs, and you will see the world through it in a more enlightened way. Logic is just one way to do it.