In Chapter LXII of Moreh Nevuchim, Rambam presents a convincing argument as to the fallacy inherent in the machinations of the Mutakallemin theology, in particular, the proof of the existence of God.
But then in LXXIII - LXXV he presents extensive details of their theories and proofs thereof, only to further discredit them.
In the interest of full disclosure, I have only barely skimmed them, taking the mathematical stance that if the logical premises are incorrect, the application to any theorem/proof is (euphemistically) unproductive.
However, I would like to think I have given pretty extensive consideration to what has been written in earlier chapters, motivated by sound advice that there are many hidden gems within.
Maybe that's the case here. Or perhaps alternatively, the extensive coverage may be a nod to some validity therein.