"She cried, “Laura,” up the garden, “Did you miss me?
Come and kiss me. Never mind my bruises,
Hug me, kiss me, suck my juices
Squeez’d from goblin fruits for you,
Goblin pulp and goblin dew."
So, the consensus is that because of comments made by Aaron that Logan has found faith or his old religion again. So he's another hypocrital religious person. That's realistic enough. I'm sure Kurt's happy. He's just as blood thirsty as ever but at least he believes in an afterlife... right.
Not comments made by Aaron. It was in the story. Dark Reign Wolverine The List. Some virus who transformed anyone who believed in a form of God into a zombie. Logan was affected.
Maybe he just wants someone to tell him that he isn't such a terrible guy.
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"I think you all look at least as splendid as I!" ~ Nightcrawler
First off, Wolverine's whatever Marvel wants him to be... or not.
Second, he's been sent to hell & was tortured by the devil. It's for sure that he believes in something. Given the number of people he's killed over the years, he knows that he's got a lot to pay for when all is said and done. This much he's said repeatedly. As for whether or not Logan believes in God per se... That's a little less clear. He's a pretty dark and jaded guy. A lot of bad stuff has come his way. I think that he wants to believe, but is afraid to give in fully.
Nightcrawler was probably his moral compass in that sense, keeping that seed of hope alive in him. With Kurt gone, he'd much rather take matters into his own hands instead of hoping the that the cosmic scales will balance. Through X-Force, Logan's distancing himself from the man he aspired to be. He's giving himself the excuse for the animal to take over. I'd have to say that, as of right now, Wolverine's probably at a crossroads. It really doesn't help that the Kurt he's now hanging with is kinda bloodthirsty. Even his moral compass has taken up arms. That says a lot about where Logan is right now.
Overall, although there's nothing wrong with being an atheist, as many of us are good people regardless, I'd probably that Wolverine is straight up nondenominational. He's probably sampled a little bit of everything over the years and has cobbled together a personal belief system that might not fit in one category, but works for him.