Why did religion and science lose the knowledge that God has an operational-logical nature of being?
Understanding of the operational-logical nature of the existence of God and spirits took place long before our time among such outstanding thinkers as Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and Hegel. This is evidenced by the legacy of these leading researchers. The Bible contains information about this in the following lines:" In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God " (John 1: 1).In the original text in ancient Greek (before translation), instead of the concept of "Word", the concept of "Logos"was placed. The operational-logical form of existence is known today and does not cause anyone doubts. In this form, there are genetic systems recorded in the DNA of living organisms, and all sorts of computer programs and IT applications. Why and when did religion and science lose the understanding that there is nothing impossible or inexplicable about the immaterial existence of God and spirits? Since God and spirits (including angels and human souls) have an operational-logical nature of being. More detailed reflections on the issue are available in the publication "What Science and Religion forgot about God".Isn't it time to remember what was lost? And isn't it time to discover that there is nothing impossible and inexplicable in the immaterial existence of God from the point of view of modern scientific knowledge and achievements?