I'm not sure what comes after Redux. But the good physician gives a reply to my replies here. Have fun ploughing through it.
My stance is that I see no need to make any additional replies to Dr Loke as I am confident that my readers are rational beings, capable of differentiating between science and theology. It may just be very well that my "anti-supernatural bias" and the good physician's anti-natural bias mean that our debate will always be at cross purposes. Except that Science limits itself by methodology to the natural and material because it is testable and it works. Unless the supernatural becomes testable, it has no place in Science.
I will make no personal comment about his appendix on the cosmological argument for god except to direct readers to TalkReason and in particular the section on Counter-Apologetics and this article.