Religion is a person's understanding of the world/universe and how it works. Science is a religion. Atheism is the understanding that the world/universe work without any god or gods, and is thus a religion, albeit a wrong one. So when you refer to religious people, who are you talking about? All adults? The only way to lack a religion is to be completely naive and without any understanding.
Your understanding is your religion.
So I guess the people you are asking about are the people who are confident in their understanding as opposed to those with such open minds than they are open to anything.
But this cannot be since what you are saying is that you have a closed mind to some of the religious stories since you doubt them. What you don't understand is that while some stories are accounts from history, some are parables which are meant to illustrate a point in order to further understanding. It's like when a scientist conducts a lab experiment with a setup not found in nature. When does a rat run through a maze to find cheese at the end in reality other than in a scientific experiment? But the setup tells the scientist something about the rat's brain. Is it a realistic scenario? NO. Does it convey real knowledge? YES.
Jesus spoke in parables. Was there really a rich man and a poor beggar named Lazarus? Probably not. But was there really a man named Lazarus who was brought back to life? Yes. The miracles Jesus performed were real. Are miracles logical? They're not supposed to be. If they followed the rules of the universe, then they wouldn't be miracles, would they? If what Jesus did could be called using scientific principles, then it could not be said that the miracles were evidence that he was sent from God. If God is not powerful enough to cause miracles to happen, then he is not a god.
So it is illogical to think that miracles should be logical.
What's more, given an infinite universe, it is impossible to prove the non-existence of anything. Therefore, between an Atheist with proof, and God, the Atheist is more likely to not exist. That's based on pure logic. The Atheist's belief is based on blind faith and is completely irrational.
The Christian's belief is based on the evidence of testimony. Witnesses observed the miracles and later testified about it. It would be irrational to dismiss all the testimony and other evidence of miracles just because they were miracles and by definition cannot be reproduced by just anyone.