عنوان مقاله [English]
The Qur'an, which is the cornerstone of Islamic knowledge and law, has three views on the implication of its appearances on the purpose of God: 1. Lack of authority without referring to the infallible; 2. The authoritative and apologetic authority that is effective within the limits of laws and duties; 3. The definite implication of appearances on the meaning in the range of rulings, teachings, developmental and historical sciences. It is very important to study the issue, because weakening the Qur'an or removing it from the center of Islamic teachings makes the basis of religion difficult. It seems that ignoring the verses that consider the whole Qur'an as light, explanatory, guidance and free from differences, etc., the mentioned verses, as a complement to the expression, indicate that the appearances of the Qur'an are divine. The miraculous verses of the whole Qur'an also show that the appearances of the verses are meant, otherwise, not only is the Qur'an not a miracle, but even knowing it as eloquent is worth pondering. Of course, the theory of the definiteness of the Qur'anic appearances raises questions that will be answered. This research, which has been done by the method of documentary-documentary and content analysis, descriptive and quasi-research, has considered the idea in question and confirmed it.