Hallward goes wrong on page 46 with the “what if” equating conceptions of God and the Event of events. It reads like the same fallacy that one of the scientists trying to prove ID makes regarding the mathematics of probability and the contingencies of creation. Singularities are aleatory; while the contingencies of the actual are backformed from individuation. It is a kind of Zeno’s paradox of probability. Hallward seems to get caught in the difference (and complex interplay) between individuation and the virtual/incorporeal as such.
But I could be mistaken. Not finished and it is the first read. Plus I’m at work.