Thanks for the review, though I have a number of objections.
First, you say that the author didn't intend for his work to be a very persuasive argument to Christian believers of the non-existence of God; however, the reviewer above you claims that the author believed his argument to be so strong that it convinced him to leave the Christian faith, and that he has issued a challenge to theologians to defeat his argument so that he can Believe once again. These statements are contradictory; and, to my knowledge of the argument as referenced by other works, it is indeed supposed to be a very formidable and important atheistic argument. So I am skeptical of your claim.
Second, you seem to have missed the point of the argument, which is why your arguments to why the authors work is "...not a problem" for believers are unconvincing. The book is meant to be a defeater of theism, which argues the thesis that the Christian faith is rational and that the existence of God can be inferred from the evidence. If the theistic project fails, and the existing evidence does not support Gods existence, then Christians cannot claim to hold rational beliefs or even to reliably know what it is that they are preaching about.
Your counter arguments were likely not mentioned in the reviewed book because they seem to be irrelevant. E.g. your argument that 'most folks don't seem to have a problem with believing in God' is fallacious and lame. For starters, most people DO NOT believe in the Christian God; your argument commits the fallacy of ambiguity according to your undefined use of the word 'God'. Furthermore, people are not perfectly rational persons. The fact that most people may hold beliefs contradictory to the authors book (or of modern science, etc.) does not prove that the peoples beliefs are sound and the authors are irrational (or that scientists are imbeciles, e.g.). I'm not at all trying to be rude (or mean), but this point is so weak that I think the author would be excused from failing to acknowledge it.
I realize that this review is quite old by now; perhaps your views have matured. If not, but you are still intrigued by the subject matter, then I recommend you check out philosopher Herman Philipse's book "God in the Age of Science? A Critique of Religious Reason". It is excellent, and his reference to the reviewed book is what led me here.