A surge of scientific creativity and innovation burst forth as a result of the inflow of Greco-Arabic learning into Western Europe.
In recent days many statements of concern have been issued, particularly by theologians, philosophers, and pastors regarding the interpretations and implications of the exhortation "Amoris Laetitia."
The second part shall focus on the crucial change in the way 12th-century Christian scholars viewed the universe and on the translation movement that came in the wake of the liberation of Toledo in the late 11th century.
Unlike the popular impression, the European Middle Ages, especially from the 12th century onwards, were an era of impressive scientific progress and innovation.
Bearded and a bit shaggy. Brilliant and deeply accomplished. Cultured and well-traveled. He could have been one of them.