I'll finish reading it, but so far I can't say I'm too impressed. He's regurgitating old creationist arguments. ie "it's unfair that science says we can't play with them". As well as a couple of strawmen.
What I would ask him (and anyone else that supports his view) is, if we all came round to your way of thinking and ditched materialism for a more holistic view of the universe, how would this make things different. What research or experiments could you do with your new found freedom of enquiry? How would you assess and evaluate the evidence? What criteria would you use to establish whether a particular finding is significant?
At the moment, all I hear from these arguments is what's wrong with everything else. Never what they would do differently and why this would be better.