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30 The major theologians of the late twelfth century and the entire thirteenth century, such as Robert Grosseteste, John Peckham, Alexander of Hales, Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and John Duns Scotus, were deeply influence by these Arabic and Persian scholars. Since the thirteenth century, no other major inter-religious and multi-cultural transition has taken place in Europe until today. From the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, the strong missionary movements of the Christian Churches to Asia and Africa for the most part did not include either dialogues with other religions or inter-cultural meetings.

Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities—AFCU Journal, 5 (January, 2008) 1: 1–25. introductory clarifications 15 All three of these traditions have had and still have a variety of subsystems, but these three theological intellectual traditions have in a powerful way influenced Christian theology from the sixteenth century to the present. Over the past four-hundred and some years, the Lutheran, Calvinistic, and Anglican Churches have developed not only intellectual and theological traditions; they have also developed liturgical traditions and traditions of spirituality.

He learned Arabic and strove to establish among the Franciscan schools classes in which Arabic was taught. 30 The major theologians of the late twelfth century and the entire thirteenth century, such as Robert Grosseteste, John Peckham, Alexander of Hales, Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and John Duns Scotus, were deeply influence by these Arabic and Persian scholars. Since the thirteenth century, no other major inter-religious and multi-cultural transition has taken place in Europe until today.

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