During a time period spanning from 2013 to 2015, Robert Neville published the three volumes of his magnum opus on Philosophical Theology, selected aspects of which will be the main focus of my attention in this essay.1 Rather than hover at ten thousand feet and try to provide a broad overview or a bare sketch of Neville's thought as he developed it there, I have decided to take the plunge, to focus my attention more narrowly on specific issues, while trying also to illuminate as much of the rest of his philosophical theology as I possibly can. This means lingering over volume one of his trilogy, on Ultimates, to a greater extent than I do with either volume two, on Existence, or volume three, on Religion.2 Within...
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