“Ramon Lull [1235-1315] must rank as one of the greatest missionaries in the history of the church. Others were filled with an equally ardent desire to preach the gospel to unbelievers, and if necessary to suffer for it; it was left to Lull to be the first to develop a theory of missions–not merely to wish to preach the gospel, but to work out in careful detail how it was to be done.” …He conceived a missionary methodology that could be summarized in three points:
1. A comprehensive and accurate knowledge of the language
2. The composition of a book in which the truth of the Christian religion should be demonstrated logically.
3. A willingness to be a faithful and courageous witness…even at the cost of life itself.