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17. Understanding Islam
SECTION THREE: UNDERSTANDING THE MUSLIM CHRIST
CHAPTER SIX: CHRIST IN ISLAM

6.6. Christ’s Infallibility


Islam teaches the infallibility of all prophets, but when we read the Qur’an and the Hadith, we find that they mention plenty of sins committed by prophets including Mohammed. In fact the Qur’an is quite clear that Mohammed was not free of sin:

“That Allah may forgive for you (Mohammed) what preceded of your sin and what will follow and complete His favour upon you and guide you to a straight path.” (Qur’an 48:2)

Clearly then either Mohammed was sinful and needed forgiveness, or he was sinless and the Qur'an was wrong in saying he needed forgiveness. Christ is the only prophet in Islam who has no sin attributed to him in any way, and nor is it said anywhere that he needed forgiveness.

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