Quranic inerrancy

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Quranic inerrancy is a doctrine central to the Muslim faith that the Quran is the infallible and inerrant word of God as revealed to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel in the 7th century CE.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Braswell, George W. (2000). What You Need to Know about Islam & Muslims. B&H Publishing Group. ISBN 9780805418293.
  2. ^ Anwar, Syed Shakeel Ahmed (2007). The Holy Quran is Infallible: A Critique of the Book "Is the Qur'an Infallible?" by 'Abdullah 'Abdal-Fadi, a Minister of Christ. Telugu Islamic Publications Trust. ISBN 9788188241736.