True enough. Let's put it another way - Logan has been to at least one version of Hell (he may also have visited Hel, the Norse version, but I'm not sure of that). He has also, I'm fairly certain, visited Valhalla once or twice, which, for a warrior like him, is definitely a form of heaven. So how does effect his religious views? I mean, the central issue of religion is not so much God (or gods, or goddesses), it's the afterlife. Your average religious person has never seen the afterlife, but he believes in it - he has faith, and he sustains himself through the strength of his beliefs. An agnostic, on the other hand, neither believes nor disbelieves - his tenet is 'wait and see' - and a strict rationalist goes further than that and just flat-out denies that there is such a thing. So where does that put Logan? In terms of deities, he's obviously someone who believes in relying on himself, not outside forces that he can't quantify - but in terms of an afterlife, he's SEEN it. This must by definition put him somewhere past an agnostic - 'wait and see' only applies until you HAVE seen it - but he's not a religious man, either. I'd like to think that there's a part of his mind that's gone 'ahh - I can rest easy now. I'll be drinkin' a brew with the boys in Valhalla when my time comes'.