1. How could Augustine's "journey" be categorized?
(a) From one of being a sinful youth to becoming a great investigator of the truth and of the nature of God.
(b) From rags to riches.
(c) From prison to ruling a country.
(d) From riches to rags.
2. When does Augustine believe a person starts sinning?
(a) At puberty.
(b) When one becomes married.
(d) Right at infancy.
3. At one point, what does Augustine believe about evil?
(a) That it is as powerful a force as God.
(b) That it is just one aspect of God.
(c) That it doesn't exist.
(d) That it is an independant force.
4. What is one of Augustine's future struggles in life?
(a) Whether to marry his childhood sweetheart and enter into sins of the flesh.
(b) If he should take vows with the church.
(c) To have the spirit of truth and faith to inform his and others' good deeds.
(d) To allow those he love to walk their own path.
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