uhhhh there's something very very wrong with this article, and with the book if it's being quoted accurately:
Darwinism, therefore, leaves something unaccounted for: the emergence of people like you and me who are indubitably sighted watchmakers. If there are no sighted watchmakers in nature and yet humans are sighted watchmakers, in the narrower sense of making artefacts whose purpose they envisage in advance, and in the wider sense of consciously aiming at stated goals, then humans are not part of nature: or not entirely so.
So, apparently you can be an atheist and still believe in the supernatural? uh sure. As long as you remain willfully ignorant of actual sciences, the God of the Gaps makes sense.