To WLCraig's, if something is atemporal then it's likely to be uncaused, for instance God.
Let's admit this premise.
We know that singularity, being lawless, can be considered as atemporal, thus uncaused;this would be the 1st cause- which would make God quite unecessary.
=> As a result, WLCraig explains away this by claiming that although the singularity is out of physical time, it's evanescent (ie, coming into and going out of being) and thus metaphysically temporal and requires a cause.
Is his claim philosophically right?