Further Similarities in the Work of the Spanish Mystics of the Three Faiths
SUCH, then, are the broad lines along which the works of the mystics of the three faiths which flourished in the Peninsula are found to bear resemblances to each other. These are the general similarities. Further and more particular similarities may be noted by the student of the period under discussion:
(a) In comparing the doctrine of the Zohar with that of the Spanish Illuministic School of Ibn Massara of Cordoba.