Deep Pantheism:Toward a New Transcendentalismis one of the most creative works to appear in philosophical theology in quite some time. The author of the text, Robert S. Corrington, is a philosopher of singular genius and ingenuity. . . . I consider Deep PantheismCorrington’s most compelling and significant theological contribution to date. The religious and spiritual vision it presents is radical and unorthodox yet arresting, nontribal, and philosophically complex. I cannot recommend the book strongly enough, especially for anyone interested in exploring nonreductive forms of naturalism or moving beyond supernatural theism and quasi-naturalistic theologies such as panentheism.