I have been doing some closer inspection of WLC propositions with regard to Adam and Eve. More specifically, I am interested in how he deals with the references to agriculture, music, metallurgy, etc. within the context of Genesis 3,4, and 5. I have found that Dr. Craig recognizes this as an issue on multiple occasions, but never directly answers the question, at least from what I have seen. I would love to hear from someone who is a defender of this stance, or is acquainted with WLC’s position better than I.
By the way, anachronism is also the direction taken by Jack Collins, who has less of a mythological stance than does WLC (though I think Jack locates the historical Adam closer to the Great Leap Forward, ca. 40kya?)