His points are all OK, but he's still stuck on the idea that his feelings are an important determinant for his knowledge. He thinks he has to feel reality in order to comprehend it, which is not true at all.
Human feelings are not a significant factor for awareness or comprehension. He may feel awe in watching a picture of a neighboring galaxy and considering the vast distance between the earth and that far away world, but his feelings are irrelevant to reality. Reality exists independently of humans and their precious feelings.
It's true that feelings are a major factor in religious beliefs. But they don't have to be when considering, examining, and understanding the universe.
Feelings of awe are a natural reaction and are to be expected when getting even a small grasp of the world around us, but that's not the reason to seek logic explanations of the world instead of what religion has to offer.
The reason to dump religion altogether is that it is subjective, emotionally dependent and always false, by definition.
The universe is out there for us to explore and comprehend. We can only do that if we put reality above our emotional expectations.