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Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education(KCSE 2013) Christian Religious Education (CRE) Paper 2

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    1.  With reference to Luke1:8-20, describe the annunciation of the birth of John the Baptist. (6 marks)

    2. What do Christians learn about the person and mission of John the Baptist from the message of angel Gabriel to Zechariah? (6 marks)

    3. State eight ways in which the church in Kenya assists families to cope with the challenges they face today. (8 marks)

    1. Describe the call of the first disciples of Jesus. (Luke 5:1-11) (8 marks)

    2. State six reasons why Jesus chose the twelve disciples. (6 marks)

    3. Identify six lessons that Christians learn from the call of the twelve disciples. (6 marks)

    1. Outline Jesus teaching on watchfulness and readiness. (Luke 12:35-38) (8 marks)

    2. Narrate the parable of the widow and the unjust judge. (Luke 18:1-8) (6 marks)

    3. Give six reasons why Christians should have faith in God. (6 marks)

    1. Identify the gifts of the Holy Spirit according to Saint Paul. (1 Corinthians 12: 7-11) (8 marks)

    2. How was the life of Peter transformed on the day of Pentecost? (6 marks)

    3. Explain six ways in which the gifts of the Holy Spirit are abused in the church today. (6 marks)

    1. State the importance of leisure. (6 marks)

    2. Identify seven leisure activities common to both Christians and traditional African communities. (7 marks)

    3. Explain the dangers of using illicit drugs among the youth in Kenya today. (7 marks)

    1. Explain how science and technology has improved human life. (8 marks)

    2. Give six reasons why Christians are opposed to euthanasia. (6 marks)

    3. Identify ways through which Christians can help to control desertification. (6 marks)
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