Re: Yeah but...
Will it make god dissappear in a puff of logic ?
Not necessarily, Athanasius Kircher, a German Jesuit, a.k.n.a. the last man who knew everything, published in 1663 his Polygraphia nova et universalis which promises the reduction of all languages to one and the extension of one language to all. A kind of proto-Babel-fish.
He was inspired by Gustavus Selenus' Polygraphia nova of 1624, which expanded work going back to the time of Cicero.
Kircher also wrote extensively on the seventy-two names of god. The word was his bread and butter.