I've already given some reactions I had to Dembski’s essay. I don't see a need to say much more. I expected much better from a man who is a trained theologian, philosopher, mathematician, etc.
At best, Dembski might show that there are some "tensions" between Christianity and Darwinism, though I don't think he even succeeds at doing this. The one thing we can conclude from his essay, is that if even Dembski cannot come up with substantive theological or philosophical objections to “Darwinism,” then there aren’t any.