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I skimmed through the article. It makes some good points. But the author is wrong if he thinks skeptics are going to accept his answers. He acts as though Christians just haven't made the right argument. And that doesn't matter. The unbelieving skeptic is going to tear into his answers also. They are unbelievers because they don't believe. No reason will bring them to belief.
If reason does bring them to belief, then they haven't believed. If they are argued into Christianity, they can be later argued out of Christianity.