THE INFALIBILITY OF PROPHETS IN THE DOCTORINAL PERSPECTIVE
Praise be to God who raised the heavens and called upon His servants to supplication, and prayers and peace be upon the best who preceded him with the chosen one, Muhammad bin Abdullah, and upon his purity family, and his noble companions and those who followed them in goodness as long as the earth diminished and the sky shadowed.
One of the issues on which Muslims have agreed is the infallibility of the prophets because of its great value in the Islamic world, because believing in the correctness of their call and the safety of their actions leads to people’s trust in their prophets, and thus the purpose of their mission, may God’s prayers and peace be upon them, is achieved.
The talk about the infallibility of the prophets (peace be upon them) falls within the framework of issues of prophecy, and the issue of infallibility is considered in its first chapter in terms of its effects in the belief of the Muslim. The necessity of the infallibility of the prophets, as they all believe that the prophets of God are infallible, even if their views differ on a number of details that we will stand at through the research, and before that we must stand on the linguistic and idiomatic connotations of infallibility before delving into its doctrinal framework for scholars.