but that's the thing about logic: it's all statistically speaking. you're taking this from what we know as human beings. but do we know all there is to know? since when did people know everything? there have been phenomena that have occured that have yet to be scientifically explained. we might be able discover the answers to some of them in the future, but some may still remain a mystery.
yes, there is the whole enigmatic question of "if god created the world than who created god," but maybe there's more to it than that, something that we as humans can't even comprehend. there are so many things in this universe that we do not understand, some of them we may never understand.
is there a god? i don't know. where will i go when i die? i don't know. do i have a soul? i don't know. is there extraterrestrial life?.......... probably. i'm not the one to answer any of these questions.
but that's where religion comes in: religion is group of common ideas. and i think it's rediculous that throughout history countless people have died just because they had different ideas than another group of people. because that's all they are: ideas. i don't really strictly follow any one of them (even though i go to a catholic school). instead i just look at them as different ways of life.
but if you were to ask me, i would say yes, there is a god. i can feel his presence everyday. in life, good people, bad people, nature, dreams, love, laughing, crying, the laws of physics, space, time, matter, mathematics, art, literature, but most of all, music.
by the way, clown i got two personal questions for you:
1. do you live in pennsylvania?
2. were you ever on a debate team of any kind?
Religion is based on FREE WILL whether you chose to believe or not is up too you.