This study has as theme the resumption of the ideal of Christian Chivalry, or milles Christi, present in The Book of the Order of Chivalry, from Ramon Llull.
Medieval theologians no doubt believed that God’s word was handed down from above; but they well knew that they often had to decide among rival human interpretations of it.
The thirteenth and fourteenth centuries are usually given short shrift by historians of education, who tend to celebrate
the twelfth and fifteenth centuries as eras of immensely significant theoretical and practical innovation in education and ignore the interval between.
Lull’s interest in the conversion of Muslims and Jews was central in his thought and the primary motivation for a number of his writings.
Conversion Anxieties in the Crown of Aragón in the Later Middle Ages RODRIGUEZ, JARBEL Al-Masa ̄q, Vol. 22, No. 3, December (2010) Abstract The…