Although Islamic sects do not have a lot of disagreements on the matter of prophecy itself, they do have an extensive conflict on the issue of Imamate. Some have totally denied Imamate but mostly have accepted its necessity. They are two groups: one group believes that it is not essential for God to appoint an Imam and for this reason they don’t believe that it’s necessary for Imam to be infallible and complete in all dimensions. Shi’ites believe that Imam must be infallible and appointed by God. In this writing we will become familiar with the views of intellectuals such as Ibn-Sina, Sohrevardi, Molla-Sadra, Ibn-Arabi, Molavi, Seyyed Heidar Amoli, and Imam Fakhr Razi. He says that Shi’ite count the very centre of the world of contingency – which Sufis believe his existence in all times is necessary – to be the infallible Imam and the twelfth and absent Imam and also the origin of miracles and behaviors contrary to nature. At the end of this writing we will review some traditions that inspire the views of the discussed scholars.
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