Recently, I’ve been listening to William Lane Craig’s Defenders lectures on Systematic Theology. In these 3 consecutive sessions, he gets into some surprisingly sophisticated stuff. It is not surprisingly sophisticated for Dr. Craig, but surprisingly sophisticated for a Sunday School class. Interestingly, the class seems to be tracking with him pretty good.
Anyway, the most interesting part of this is where Craig explains the different views on abstract objects. In the 3rd lecture (Anti-Realism Views) he talks a bit about the Clarkian view (which he calls Divine Conception) and it is very interesting to see how Craig fits it in with other viewpoints. Enjoy!