separate thread for my reply to this (though the first paragraph isn't aimed at you). The reason is discussing the nature of what logic and reasoning are is different from the intention of this thread. So I felt I should probably create another thread for it.
As for what you said, I don't see a disconnect between revelation and logic. I think logic stands above both natural knowledge and revelation as logic is an explanatory event. Since God is logical, His revelation would subsequently be logical.
However, we need the Holy Spirit in order to understand such reasoning. In our fallen state we are in rebellion against God, thus we believe illogical ideas and absolutely refuse to look to the logic of Christianity and revelation because we are rebelling against God.
Evil, by its very nature, is illogical. Satan is the ultimate narcissist, rebelling against God thinking he can actually win. How utterly illogical is that?
(1) God is all-powerful, eternal, and all-knowing. He is not corruptible in the sense that He cannot die. He is not corruptible in the sense that He can be immoral. He is sovereign over all.
(2) Satan is finite, created, and limited in knowledge.
(3) Satan can defeat God
I mean, that's really the logic behind Satan's plan. How absurd and stupid is he? He's blinded by narcissism, which is what blinds the lost in their rebellion against God. Thus, no matter how illogical their conclusions, they refuse to accept the reason.
The Holy Spirit, however, takes us away form such a Satanic syllogism and instead opens our minds to what God has accomplished. That which we once refused to listen to we can now look at. That which we once thought illogical and propositionally be shown to be true.
That is the work of the Holy Spirit - He doesn't supersede our knowledge or go around it, He sanctifies it.