The first section of this paper introduces talk about absolutely everything - the world as a totality - as an integral element in the project of natural theology, as it has been presented by Fergus Kerr and Denys Turner respectively. Th e following section presents talk about the world as a totality of facts as a theme in philosophical logic and outlines a problem it has given rise to there. Aft er confronting the solution originally suggested by Bertrand Russell and defended by David Armstrong, the paper points to key elements of the solution presented by Wittgenstein in Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. I show how Wittgenstein's answer to the question of unrestricted quantifi cation draws on his notion of showing and the inexpressible. Against this background, the concluding section draws attention to an important diff erence in ambition between Kerr's and Turner's description of the prospects for natural theology.
European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 2010, Vol 2, Issue 2, p. 89-110