Pgs 70-71--"Creationists loath to admit that physical laws are human in orgin." What he goes on to argue is basically semantics. We would say that the 'names' are human in origin but the actual law is not. For example the Law of Gravity is present regardless of human existence but the name gravity is human in origin. Furthermore, we do not say that laws cause things to happen. We affirm that the laws describe what we typically observe in our universe. Gravity doesn't cause something to fall, it is simply a way to describe what we see naturally occuring.
Pg 74--"If mass-energy cannot be created or destroyed, and if the universe is entirely composed of mass-energy…the universe, in one form or another, in on density or another, always existed.” This is simply known as begging the question. Mass-energy can be neither created nor destroyed within the closed system of our universe. That's all that is being claimed by the law of energy conservation. His claim is a metaphysical one and thus rests outside the purview of empirical science.
Pgs 82-83--He equates miracles with magic tricks. Basically, we are amazed by them until we see how the magician did it and then we see it for what it really is. I wonder how he would equate a card trick with a man born blind being able to see after Jesus heals him. This is another straw-man argument for nobody things a magic trick is a suspension of the regular laws of nature. We all understand them to be a slight of hand. But make a dead man rise up from the grave is not slight of hand.
Pgs 87-92--This is one of the more famous straw-men that atheists typically attack Christians with. He argues that just like the Greeks who posited gods behind every natural phenomenon so Creationist today do the same. This is known as the "God of the Gaps" fallacy. That is, we plug God into the gaps of our knowledge. If we don't know what causes lightning then we say God did it until we can figure it out and then we don't need God anymore. But we are not plugging God into a lack of knowledge...we are saying that God is the only rational explanation for the things that we see in nature. That is, we have positive evidence that points to a spaceless, timeless, immaterial being who is outside of the universe and its original cause.