There are a lot of things I could have enquiried about concerning this; you mentioned several of them. I decided because of that not to mention any of them. But you did mention James White and his name being mentioned did peak my concern.
Usually this is not a subject that I like to talk about; mainly because I think the issue of Formal Equivalence vs Dymamic Equivalence is more important. However, some of the things in that article were very serious. Yet, because of things like truthfulness etc, I am not sure how much time I should put into this.
Tom