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Quick question: I was wondering in all christian, catholic, and islamic idealogy-- were the apostles of Prophet Jesus (pbuh) infallible? I've noticed one thing- In christianity, they do not believe in saints or the apostles as saints, which means they are not infallible. Therefore, would they not be subject to subjective and/or accidental human error? ( and also subject to sin ) In catholicism, they believe in saints so therefore I think it holds for their belief to say that the apostles words were correct as a saint is someone who is infallible, and someone who is infallible should have the knowledge of not committing subjective error, as an infallible should not make error at all. ( correct me if im wrong-- i do not know if catholics even belief in the infallibility of saints, so my question still stands anyway - could they have been or were they?
Peace be with you This question has been on my mind for some time and to which I have found no compelling answer: What does it mean to be 'the Messiah', or rather what is the function of that office? The Quran awards the offices of prophet, messenger, and leader to multiple individuals. And each office has its own function. But with the office of messiah only a single individual is awarded, thus making it unique and its function being defined in and of itself. So what distinction does the Quran make which distinguishes this unique office from the others? What did the Messiah do in order to be regarded as such?
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