The Holy Roman Catholic Church, for centuries, logically insisted the world was flat and was the center of the universe, along with what is now, many other laughable ideas. Science usually leads the way, e.g. a fetus has a heartbeat months before being born. Only lately (relatively) did science learn how a bumble bee flies, as they logically proved
the size of their wings, and the fastest rate of 'flapping', could not give enough lift for flight. (While this still is true, their double wings don't flap, but move in a more circular fashion causing vortexes which give them lift, somewhat
like a helicopter.)
But I digress. My point being, logic is based upon assumptions which may be inaccurate, and imprecise definitions. Faith, on the other hand, often flies in the face of logic. Many a spouse "logically" believed their other half, were faithful and truly loved them - right up until being served with divorce papers. Both faith and logic have their shortcomings; still, we use them to overcome our own mysteries.