Search: Quiz 19 (Spring 2019) For the following questions more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answers that most fully or accurately capture the significance of the question. Name Adeodatus was One of Augustine's friends who lived a life of asceticism preferring to go barefoot even in winter. A fellow teacher of rhetoric who assumed Augustine's position after he retired. Augustine's son, with whom he wrote the book, The Teacher, which was a compilation of conversations between them. A martyr, whose body was moved to Ambrose's church and healed people tormented by demons and the blind. Which of the following statements about Monica, Augustine's mother, is NOT accurate? She was fond on visiting the memorial shrines of the saints and bringing cakes, bread, and wine to share with the other worshippers. Even until the death of her husband she suffered from a difficult and painful relationship with her mother-in-law. A servant in her parents household known for her excellent character and severity exerted a greater influence in her life than her father or mother, who were both Christians She considered marriage a form of servitude and therefore tolerated the behavior of her abusive husband. In book ten of the Confessions Augustine refers to three lusts. Which of the following is NOT one of them: Lust of the flesh, i.e., lust for sensual pleasures Lust for material possessions Lust for knowledge, i.e., curiosity Lust of pride, i.e., the desire for honor or self-justification According to Augustine, happiness or the happy life Is something everyone desires to acquire because of an innate memory. Means different things to different people. Is a joy that god both enables and produces and, consequently, unobtainable in this life. Is a joy based on the truth, of which human beings have a knowledge in memory. Time Is a function of motion, so days, months, and years represent the movement of heavenly bodies. Is comprised of three 'presents': a present of things past, a present of things present, and a present of things to come. Is a function of change, which is therefore limited to the material objects that constitute the earth. Only exists as the present, which is an interval without duration and occupies no space.