And yet Greek Philosophy and Christianity are not the same...but they both understand the Logos. Of course
they're not the same. Christianity taught the Greek Philosophers that "the Logos was made flesh", just as Christianity teaches the Chinese that "the Tao was made flesh". The Greeks could no more come up with the notion that what they understood as the Logos had been incarnated on their own any more than the Chinese could come up with the fact that the Tao had been incarnated on their own. Someone who had witnessed it had to report it to them.
It sounds to me that you have not understand my position. AS I SAID BEFORE, the use of the term Tao can be substituted for "The Word" ( ie In the beginning there was the Tao and the Tao was with God ...etc.). In the same manner one could speak about the "Dharma" of Christ. Fine for communication with far Eastern religions but not exact.
The Tao is not God in Trinity. It is close enough for general understanding but it is not the same. For one thing, the Tao assumes a
Pan-enthiesm. "All is in the Tao and the Tao is in all"... That is NOT the Christian understanding of the Logos, The Trinity, The Father or the Son or the Holy Spirit. It is not a person .
For you to then claim that all they needed to fill that gap is to be informed that the Tao has incarnated skips over much...to say the least. God the Father is a person as well, not an amorphous "Force" like in Star Wars.