Reason and logic are always used; they can't not be used. I could claim that the claim of "over-intellectualizing" is a defence mechanism against having to do proper in-depth Bible study and deep thinking and meditation; it is a defence mechanism against having to provide biblical evidence of one's opinion on what they think the Bible is saying. It is anti-intellectualizing, which goes against the great intellectual history of Christianity. Is it possible to over-intellectualize? Yes, but that is the domain of atheists and other unbelievers. But it is also possible to "under-intellectualize" and over-spiritualize, which is in the domain of believers, such as in these forums.