If the words of this illuminate beings is not infallible, then that means they have said a mix of falsehood and truth. That can cause confusion. Thus, how could God leave people with confusions? Unless you say, I don't believe these illuminate people were chosen by God to reveal the truth. That would be understandable. But to say, these illuminate people were chosen by God to show the way, yet, they said false things, I don't understand. You need to elaborate.Well you see this is one of the core problems I have with that system itself. Why do the words of these illuminated individuals need to be taken as infallible? I think this is very wrongheaded. It is also an enormous house of cards that sets up followers of that doctrine for a massive crush upon their faith in God when it turns out these "infallible" prophet's words have errors in them!
For instance, I recall some past discussions with a couple Baha'i here (who I cannot remember), how that evolution is wrong because the prophet said that humans did not evolve from earlier animal species into humans, but were human beings from the very start. Obviously, this is completely erroneous scientifically.
So then what ensues for the faithful becomes this tortured logic to try to make their faith right by making science wrong in order to preserve their beliefs in the prophet being infallible! This is as true for fundamentalist Christians as it it for those in your religion who subscribe to this doctrine of infallibility.
This is bad for faith. This is bad for reason. And when the evidence looked at becomes too overwhelming to continue to deny, they end up becoming atheists, and the like. House of cards. Find one weakness in the infallibility claim, and down comes the whole thing. It is truly building one's house upon shifting sand.