Hello, Answer: No / Yes
We may find that people who have been educated, just means that it is (Ph.D.) Piled Higher and Deeper, LOL. For some, it is those educated people who have and carry a strong influence for the information & perceptions that was presented to them, to be flexible. They may have learned it well, without question. But what perceptions, or points of view were adopted, what was taught? Medical Doctors trained in the U.S. does not necessarily learn the same information as those Doctors trained in China for example. Ancient Chinese medicine can be far different for they utilize and understand the energy of the human body along with other energies which influence us. Try to get them on the same page. By the way medical students who receive a 98% or a 65% on their boards are stilled called doctors.
Sometimes it is those who are highly educated, that can not learn to adapt to new information, cuz they have already learned it a specific way. This does not equate to intelligence. Politics is a perfect example and also the difference in training from a religious of a regular University.
Intelligence is being able to learn information, apply it, question it, adapt when required, and have the wisdom to know the difference. Intelligence can utilize ,recognize and take either religion, history or education with a grain of salt; realizing that what is presented is a particular point of view which is being shared. Another example could be what is referenced/taught about the history of WWII (Japan), does not mean it is truthful.
P.S. To all the Ph.D's out there this is not to discredit all the hard work that it has taken you to get there.;-) Journey well.