In your profile, you list “research” as one of your interests. Along those lines, there are a few books you might find helpful:
Robert Pennock, Tower of Babel: The Evidence Against the New Creationism (MIT Press, 1999).
Kenneth Miller, Finding Darwin’s God: A Scientist’s Search for Common Ground Between God & Evolution (HarperCollins, 1999).
Karl Giberson, Worlds Apart: The Unholy War Between Religion & Science (Beacon Hill Press, 1993).
Keith B. Miller, Perspectives on an Evolving Creation (Eerdmans, 2003).
Edward Larson, Evolution: The Remarkable History of a Scientific Theory (Random House, 2004).
Each of these books, with the exception of Pennock who’s an agnostic (though a fully-qualified philosopher of science), is written by a Christian (Kenneth Miller is an orthodox Catholic), and each takes into account the theological implications of one’s approach to science. Any Christian with a genuine interest in the relationship of faith to science will want to study these excellent books.
The essay you cited lists four common “flaws” in evolutionary theory, all of which have been thoroughly answered, and soundly refuted, in the books mentioned above. Certainly, before making up one’s mind on these issues, one should have a full understanding of all sides of the supposed controversy. To simply embrace this essay’s claims in an uncritical manner would, it seems to me, be to fail to “love God with all of one’s mind,” as Scripture commands.
May God bless you as you seek his truth.