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Q: Dr. Craig,
Congrats on finishing the first draft of twelve years of work on abstract objects and aseity.
Your Facebook announcement reads, "I now find anti-realism to be a more plausible position."
Can you be an anti-realist about some things and a realist about others? For example, do you no longer give the realist resolution to the Euthyphro Dilemma, no longer ground the Good in God's nature? Couldn't abstract objects be grounded in the Logos (divine, rather than Platonic, essentialism)?