1. With what prediction does Augustine start "On Christian Doctrine"?
(a) God will assure that the Church will become the primary social force in the world.
(b) Christians will gather around a uniform doctrine.
(c) Christians will transform society through piety and rhetorical skill.
(d) The work will face three kinds of criticism.
2. What was the first type of criticism Augustine suggests his work "On Christian Doctrine" would face?
(a) Criticism that his moral demands would be restricted to pagan converts.
(b) Criticism that blending Greek and Christian philosophies was heretical.
(c) Criticism that his demands for linguistic studies were too exclusive.
(d) Criticism from those who cannot grasp his teaching.
3. What was the second type of criticism that Augustine suggests "On Christian Doctrine" would face?
(a) Criticism from those who claim too many Christians could not access proper training.
(b) Criticism from those who refuse or are unable to apply it.
(c) Criticism from those who face punishment if they try to apply it.
(d) Criticism from those who claim that Augustine relied too much on training and not enough on divine guidance.
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