Sorry, but that comes across sounding brain dead.
You dismissed intuition, but I think you’re using your intuition to decide that matters of faith are wrong. Perhaps you don’t even know God exists.
You cite the historical account of Jonah as an example of something that doesn’t “square.” You’re guided by intuition. Surely you’ve seen someone come out of something alive when intuition dictated there was no chance they could live.
The only issues with Jonah would be whether the stomach acid in the belly of the fish was weak enough and whether it kept gulping enough air to allow him to breath without exertion. Apparently there was and it did. Odd circumstance? Yes. Impossible? You say yes, the Word of God says no. I doubt it even needed any supernatural (outside of science) help.
It’s a historical account of the most extremely unpleasant experience imaginable. Jonah ran away from the assignment the Lord God gave him so God taught him a lesson he was unlikely to forget.
BTW, do you realize Harvard University was founded by Puritans for the purpose of educating Christian clergy? I’ll bet they taught logic. Many colleges were founded for similar reasons.