Aijaz discusses two common apologetics in Islam: Qur'anic I'jaz (the Qur'an is allegedly inimitable, thereby demonstrating its divine origin), and Scientific Miracles (the Qur'an allegedly presents scientific facts which were unknown at the time of its revelation, thereby demonstrating its divine origin). He finds both apologetics wanting and suggests that they should be discarded.
"The doctrine of the Trinity as presented in the Athanasian Creed depicts an ontologically incoherent model of God. ... If one is to remain consistent with the philosophical treatment of theism in contemporary philosophy by the likes of Swinburne and Craig, it follows that the doctrine of the Trinity, and its relation to 'Christian monotheism'==being profoundly irrational==should be abandoned."