You can see the illogical argument I presented for flying horses based upon the fact that the Qur'an nowhere states that horses, cattle, camels etc cannot fly, and Allah created creatures that can fly then it is only 'natural' for Allah to have made a horse to fly for transporting the Messenger at great speeds when there was no SCIENCE CREATED planes available.
Logical deduction from natural laws allows us to make up anything that the Qur'an does not categorically deny, however illogical that may be.
To put a wrong interpretation on the Qur'an based upon false beliefs obtained from other sources is illogical.
When said wrong beliefs go against known scientific facts about human procreation for instance, and other verses of the Qur'an clearly state the means of this, then it is shameful that truth is denied and those presenting it are denigrated.
Wrong beliefs have Abraham surviving a burning inferno, so we cannot equate all that is known about this man with the twisted idol of 'natural' laws and throw common, natural, sense, out of the frying pan.