Notice the throwaway line in the last sentence — we have not established that the universe is either finite or closed. Be that as it may, we are actually talking about chance events, and there's nothing to prevent these "great texts" being the very first sequences these monkeys hammer out. Unlikely but not impossible. It is, however, irrelevant to the matter of God (evidence for).
This chapter contains a lot of numbers, which may be relevant to "evolutionary computation", but what they have to do with God I've no idea.
Also downloadable as a PDF from the Australian Intelligent Design Network:
Amusing faux pas in Robert Marks' "Biosketch": "He has over 300 publications. Some of them are very good." And some of them aren't?