C.R.E Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Meru Central Cluster Exam 2020

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C.R.E. PAPER 2
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QUESTIONS

  1. a) OUTLINE Nathan prophecy concerning the Messiah (2samuel 7:3-17)  (6mks)
    b) STATE the events that took place on the night Jesus was born (Luke 2:6-22)   (7mks)
    c) Give SEVEN ways through which church leaders prepare for the second coming of Christ (7mks)
  2. a) With reference to the Sermon on the plain state SEVEN teachings of Jesus on how human beings relate to one another   (7mks)   
    b) Describe the incident in which Jesus Christ calmed the storm (Lk 8: 22-25) (8mks)
    c) State FIVE Christian values that can be learnt from the Centurion whose servant Jesus healed in (Lk 7: 1-10)  (5mks)
  3. a) DESCRIBE the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (LK 19: 28-40) (6mks)
    b) OUTLINE the events that took place from the time Jesus was arrested up to the time he was Sentenced to die (7mks)
    c) State SEVEN lessons Christians learn from the suffering and death of Jesus (7mks)
  4. a) DESCRIBE how Peters’ life was transformed on the day of Pentecost  (7mks)
    b) EXPLAIN how the unity of believers is expressed in the church as the body of Christ (6mks)
    c)How can Christians promote unity in the work place? (7mks)
  5. a) Outline the sources of Christian ethics  (7mks)
    b) State six similarities between the traditional African and Christian view on human sexuality. (6mks)
    c) How is responsible parenthood demonstrated by Christians in Kenya today? (7mks)
  6. a) Outline seven Christian teaching on marriage   (7mks)
    b) State SEVEN reasons why some young people remain unmarried in Kenya (7mks)
    c)In what six ways is the church helping to solve the problems of domestic violence today. (6mks)
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 MARKING SCHEME

1(a) Outline Nathan prophecy concerning the Messiah (2samuel 7:3-17) (6mks)                        

  • God would ensure the kingdom of David lasts forever.
  • An heir of David would be raised up to sit on the throne.
  • The king would save the people of Israel from their enemies
  • God would always support such a king
  • God would keep the kingdom strong for David’s son.
  • God would give Israel their own land
  • God would make David’s name great and bless his descendants forever  6 x 1 = 6mks

(b) Mention the events that took place on the night Jesus was born (Lk 2:6-22) (7mks)

  • When Jesus was born, his mother wrapped him in swaddling clothes
  • She placed him on a manger.
  • There were shepherd’s watching over their flocks
  • An Angel appeared to the shepherd’s in the region to tell them of the birth of the savior.
  • A great company of heavenly hosts/ angels appeared singing praises to God.
  • The shepherds decided to go to Bethlehem/ hurried off to Bethlehem.
  • They spread the news to about the baby to other people
  • The shepherd returned praising/glorifying God
  • The angel gave a sign on how to identify the baby 7 x 1 = 7 mks

c) Give SEVEN ways through which church leaders prepare for the second coming of Christ (7mks)

  • Preaching good news
  • Living exemplary lives
  • Helping the needy
  • Condemning evils in the society
  • Sharing in the lord’s supper/baptism
  • Confessing Jesus as lord
  • Repenting and asking for forgiveness of sins
  • Being role models
  • Fasting and praying 7 x 1 = 7mks

2(a) With reference to the sermon on the plain state SEVEN teachings of Jesus on how human beings should relate to one another   (7mks)  

  • Should love their enemies.
  • They should do good to those who hate them
  • They should pray for those who mistreat them
  • They should bless those who curse them
  • They should help those in need
  • They should lend without expecting anything in return
  • They should show mercy to others
  • They should be generous
  • They should do unto others what they expect to be done unto them.
  • They should forgive one another/not revenge
  • They should not judge or condemn others.   7 x 1 = 7 mks

b) Describe the incident in which Jesus Christ calmed the storm (Lk 8: 22-25) (8mks)

  • Jesus got into a boat with his disciples
  • He told them that they should go to the other side of the lake so they set out
  • As they sailed Jesus fell a sleep
  • A storm of wind came down on the lake
  • The boat was filled with water/they were in danger
  • The disciples went and woke Jesus saying “master we are perishing”
  • Jesus got up and rebuked the wind/raging water/waves
  • The storm subsided/ceased/there was calm
  • Jesus asked the disciples where their faith was
  • The disciples were afraid/marveled. They wondered who Jesus was that even the wind/waves could obey him  8 x 1   = 8mks

c) State FIVE Christian values that can be learnt from Centurion whose servant Jesus healed in (Lk 7: 1-10) 5mks)

  • Humility /Respect
  • Mercy/Compassion/Kindness
  • Faithfulness/Faith
  • Honesty
  • Obedience
  • Responsibility
  • Generosity
  • Love 5 x 1 = 5mks

3(a) Describe the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (LK 19: 28-40) (6mks)

  • When Jesus came to Mt. olives, he sent two of his disciples/ he gave instructions about a colt which they were to bring to him.
  • The disciples found the colt / untied it.
  • The owner of the colt sought to know where it was being taken.
  • The disciples told him that the Lord needed it.
  • The disciples brought the colt to Jesus/ put their garment on its back/sat Jesus on it.
  • As Jesus went along on the colt, people spread their garments on the road where he passed.
  • The crowd of disciples praised/glorified God joyfully in loud voices for all the mighty work they had seen.
  • Some of the Pharisees were uncomfortable and ordered Jesus tell them to keep quiet.
  • Jesus answered them that if the disciples kept quiet stones would cry out.
  • Jesus no longer hid his messiahship. 6x 1 = 6mks

b)Outline the events that took place from the time Jesus was arrested up to the time he was sentenced to die (7mks)

  • Jesus was taken to the house of the high priest
  • Peter denied Jesus three times
  • Jesus was mocked/beaten/blindfolded
  • Jesus was taken to the Sanhedrin who made religious accusation against him
  • He was sent to Herod who questioned/ridiculed/dressed him in royal robe
  • Pilate said he had not found Jesus guilty
  • Pilate chose to have Jesus flogged/chastised
  • The crowd shouted that Jesus should be crucified/demanded for the release of Barnabas.
  • Pilate surrendered Jesus to the crowd to be crucified. 7 x1 = 7mks

c) State SEVEN lessons Christians learn from the suffering and death of Jesus (7mks)

  • Christians should have faith in God
  • They should endure suffering/Be ready to be rejected
  • They should forgive their enemies
  • Christians should repent/confess their sins
  • They should be obedient /royal to God
  • They should stand firm for the truth at all times
  • Christians should sacrifice for the service of others
  • They should be prayerful/ pray for others
  • Christians should be witness/surrender to the lordship of Christ
  • Christians should be courageous/brave  7 x 1   = 7mks

4(a) Describe how Peters’ life was transformed on the day of Pentecost (7mks)

  • Peter was filed with the holy spirit
  • He started speaking in tongues
  • He became courageous/defended the disciples that they were not drunk
  • He was able to remember old testament prophecies/teachings
  • He began witnessing the life, death and resurrection of Jesus
  • He called people to repentance
  • He was empowered to perform miracles
  • He took up a leadership role    7 x 1 = 7 mks

b) Explain how the unity of believers is expressed in the church as the body of Christ (6mks)

  • Believers are the body while Christ is the head of the church
  • The body has different organs the same way the church has different believers
  • As each part of the body contributes to the whole. All church members should work for the wellbeing of the church
  • Each part of the body has a part to play same case each member of the church has different gifts for the benefits of the church
  • There should be no division in church since all members are the body of Christ
  • Baptism in the holy spirit unites all believers as one   6 x 1 = 6mks

c) How can Christians promote unity in the work place?   (7mks)

  • By listening to people’s different opinions and enabling them to reach a consensus
  • By discouraging industrial action and calling for a dialogue
  • By giving employees fair wages
  • By pointing out where employees can improve on employer – employee relationship
  • By encouraging people to do their work diligently and as agreed in the contract
  • Obeying and respecting the authorities at the work place
  • By providing favourable working conditions
  • Giving employees rest/leave from work regularly
  • Showing concern for colleagues personal issues 7 x 1   = 7mks

5(a) Outline the sources of Christian ethics (7mks)

  • Human reason/experience
  • The bible
  • Traditions from Christian community/ The church rituals.
  • Natural law
  • Situation ethics
  • The conscience
  • God revelation
  • Faith in God
  • Authoritative Christian literature
  • Secular state law
  • Traditional African culture 7 x 1   = 7mks

b) State six similarities between the traditional African and Christian view on human sexuality. (6mks)

  • In both sexuality is a gift from God
  • In both human sexuality is sacred/holy
  • In both the gift of sex should be enjoyed in marriage
  • In both the gift of sex is for procreation
  • In both there are rules and regulations regarding the use of the gift of sex
  • Elders/parents are to guard/teach the youth regarding their sexuality. 1   x     6   = 6mks

c) How is responsible parenthood demonstrated by Christians in Kenya today? (7mks)

  • Christians parents provide physical/basic needs for the family
  • They provide spiritual guidance to their children
  • They teach their children to live in harmony with others/moral values
  • They provide their children with education in order to acquire necessary knowledge/skills to  realize their full potential
  • They act as role models for their children
  • They discipline /correct children whenever they deviate from the norms
  • They provide protection or security to their children which enables the children to deal with situations in life.
  • They teach their children how to grow physically/socially/psychologically

6(a) outline seven Christian teaching on marriage (7mks)

  • Marriage should be between man and woman
  • Marriage should be monogamous
  • Husband and wife should complement each other
  • The husband should love the wife
  • Marriage is for companionship
  • Husband and wife should be faithful to each other
  • Sex is for married couples
  • The wife should submit to the husband

b) State SEVEN reasons why some young people remain unmarried in Kenya (7mks)

  • Religious commitment hinders one from marriages
  • Discouragement from failing marriages
  • They are not ready to take responsibilities of marriages/Commitment
  • Poverty/inadequate resources to start a family
  • Permissiveness allows men to satisfy their sexual lust-without marriage commitment
  • Marriage is no longer a communal duty but an individual decision
  • To pursue their career/education
  • Fear of being rejected

c)In what six ways is the church helping to solve the problems of domestic violence today. (6mks)

  • Offering guidance and counseling to couples who are affected
  • The church holds seminars/conferences for married couples
  • Develops mass media programs on family relationships
  • Pray for families
  • The church teaches on the virtues of love/respect/tolerance in marriage
  • The church practices home – visits to encourage couples
  • The churches give material support/employment to reduce tensions from poverty
  • The church condemns all forms of violence

End………………………


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