CRE P2 Questions and Answers - Nambale Mock Exams 2021/2022

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Instructions to candidates

  1. There are six questions in this paper.
  2. This paper has two pages.
  3. Answer any FIVE questions.
  4. Each student must verify that all pages and questions are present in the paper.
  5. All answers must be in the answer sheets provided.
  6.  All answers must be in English

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QUESTION

  1.                                      
    1. State six similarities in the annunciations of the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ. (6 marks)
    2.  With reference to Lk1:13-17, outline the message of Angel Gabriel about John to Zechariah. (7 marks)
    3.  What lessons do Christians learn about family relationships from the incident when Jesus accompanied His pare4nts for the Passover Festival? (7 marks)
  2.                          
    1. With reference to the Sermon on the Plain, state five teachings of Jesus on how human beings should relate to one another. (7 marks)
    2. Describe the incident in which Jesus calmed the storm. Lk 8: 22-25(7 marks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should have faith in God. (6 marks)
  3.                                
    1. Give an account of Jesus’ teaching on watchfulness and readiness. Luke 12:35-48. (7 marks)
    2. How did Jesus celebrate the Last Supper with his disciples? Luke 22:14-38 (7 marks)
    3. Give six reasons why the disciples found it difficult to believe that Jesus had resurrected. (6 marks)
  4.                                          
    1. Outline six teachings about Jesus from Peter’s message on the day of Pentecost (6mks)
    2. Explain four teachings of St. Paul on the unity of believers as illustrated in the husband wife relationship (8mks)
    3. Give six ways how churches discipline those who cause disunity in the church today (6mks)
  5.                                  
    1. Identify five sources of Christian Ethics (5marks)
    2. Give eight reasons why people choose to become celibates in Kenya today. (8mks)
    3. Identify dangers of using illicit drugs among the youth in Kenya today. (7mks)
  6.                                      
    1. Outline the Christian View on organ transplant. (7mks)
    2. Explain six teachings of Jesus on wealth (6mks)
    3. Give seven reasons why Christians should not involve themselves in gambling (7mks)

MARKING SCHEME.

  1.                                
    1. State six similarities in the annunciations of the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ. (6 marks)
      • Both births were announced by Angel Gabriel
      • In both,their names were given before they were born
      • In both their missions were given before they were born.
      • Both were born under extraordinary circumstances.
      • In both signs were given to their parents
      • In both possibility of the message was doubted by Zechariah and Mary.
      • In both the children will be God’s servants.
      • In both Angel Gabriel told the parents not to be afraid.
    2. With reference to Lk1:13-17, outline the message of Angel Gabriel about John to Zechariah. (7 marks)
      • John was to be a son
      • His name was to be John
      • He would bring joy/gladness to his parents/many will rejoice at his birth.
      • He will be great before God
      • He was to drink no wine/strong drink
      • He was to be filled with the Holy Spirit from his mother’s womb
      • He would turn many of the sons of Israel to the Lord their God
      • He was to go before the Lord in the spirit/power of Elijah
      • He would turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and disobedient to the wisdom of the just.
      • He was to make ready for the Lord.
    3. What lessons do Christians learn about family relationships from the incident when Jesus accompanied His parents for the Passover festival? (7 marks)
      • Christians should obey their parents.
      • Parents should teach their children about God.
      • Parents should provide opportunities for their children to mix with others.
      • Parents should love/be concerned about their children
      • Family ties should not be broken/families should live in unity
      • God’s work takes priority over family.
      • Parents should recognize their children’s talents
      • There should be open communication among family members.
  2.                                
    1. With reference to the Sermon on the Plain, state five teachings of Jesus on how human beings should relate to one another. (7 marks)
      • Human beings should love their enemies
      • They should do good to those who hate them
      • They should bless those who curse them
      • They should pray for those who mistreat them
      • Help those in need
      • They should tend without expecting anything in return
      • They should show mercy to others
      • They should be generous
      • They should forgive/not to revenge.
    2. Describe the incident in which Jesus calmed the storm. Lk 8: 22-25(7 marks)
      • Jesus got into a boat with His disciples
      • He told them they should go to the other side of the lake so they st out
      • As they sailed Jesus fell asleep
      • A storm of wind came down on the lake
      • The boat was filled with water
      • The disciples went and woke up Jesus saying “Master we are drowning”
      • Jesus got up and rebuked the wind
      • The storm subsided
      • Jesus asked their disciples where their faith was
      • The disciples were afraid/they marveled
      • The disciples wondered who Jesus was even the wind obey Him
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should have faith in God. (6 marks)
      • God fulfills the promises He makes to human beings
      • Those who pray in faith receive their request
      • Helps Christians grow spiritually
      • Christians who have faith can be healed.
      • Faith helps Christians overcome temptations.
      • Faith helps Christians to wait patiently for the second coming.
  3.                                        
    1. Give an account of Jesus’ teaching on watchfulness and readiness. Luke 12:35-48. (7 marks)
      • Believers should be dressed for his coming. V35.
      • They should keep their lamps burning.
      • They should be awake/alert. v36.
      • Those who are found waiting shall be blessed.
      • They should be prepared all the time since they don’t know the time for Christ’s coming. V.39
      • Believers should continue working until Christ comes back. v.43
      • The servants/believers who are drunkards/mistreat fellow workers will be punished v.45-46
      • Those who know what is required of them/their masters will and fail to do it will receive a severe beating. v47.
      • Believers are supposed to respond to God according to how much they have received from him.
      • Those who do wrong out of ignorance will receive lesser beatings/punishment. v.48
    2. How did Jesus celebrate the last supper with his disciples? Luke 22:14-38 (7 marks)
      • Jesus sat with his disciples at one table.
      • He told them that he had desired to have the meal with them
      • He took the cup, gave thanks and asked the disciples to share.
      • He also took the bread, gave thanks, broke it and gave it to them.
      • He explained to them the meaning of the bread and wine/the bread was his body/the wine was his blood that would zeal the new covenant.
      • He commanded the disciples to hold the ritual in memory of him.
      • He informed them that he would be betrayed by one of them.
      • He taught the disciples qualities of good leadership/humility/service to others.
      • He told Simon that he would be tested by Satan/He informed him that he had already prayed for him.
      • He asked Simon/Peter to strengthen others in their faith.
      • Jesus told Peter that he would deny him three times before the cock crowed.
      • He commanded the disciples to acquire swords/have their own provisions/personal belongings.
    3. Give six reasons why the disciples found it difficult to believe that Jesus had resurrected. (6 marks)
      • The message was first taken to them by women who were regarded lowly in the society hence it seemed an idle talk.
      • They had witnessed the helplessness of Jesus at the time of crucifixion hence had lost hope in him.
      • They had witnessed the burial/could not imagine how the stone could be rolled away from the tomb.
      • They felt ashamed for having denied/betrayed him, hence wished it was not true.
      • They had not understood the reading of Jesus which indicated that he would resurrect on the third day.
      • It was a new experience they had never seen/heard of people coming back to life after death on their own.
      • They lacked faith in the readings of Christ.
      • They had expected a political Messiah who was to die in dignity/would not resurrect.
  4.                        
    1. six teachings about Jesus from Peter’s message on the day of Pentecost
      • Jesus was from Nazareth/ was human
      • Jesus had a divine nature/messiah/son of God.
      • Jesus was empowered by God to perform miracles/wonders through the Holy Spirit
      • Jesus death/crucifixion was according to God’s plan
      • God raised Jesus from death
      • The death and resurrection of Jesus fulfilled the prophecy of David/ David foretold the resurrection of Jesus
      • The Holy Spirit is a gift from Jesus
      • Jesus was a descendant of David
      • Jesus is exalted in glory –He is Lord and Christ (6 x 1 = 6mks)
    2. Explain four teachings of St Paul on the unity of believers as illustrated in the husband wife relationship Ephesians 5:21-23 (6 mks)
      • Members of the church should learn to live together in harmony/unity just like the husband and wife.
      • There is a chain of authority in marriage where the husband is the head of the family and the same way Christ is the head of the church
      • Just as Christ sacrificially loves the church, husbands should love their wives.
      • The union between husband and wife is meant to last forever hence the Christians are called upon to maintain steadfast faith to Christ until eternity.
      • Just as a husband and wife become one flesh so Christians are supposed to be united/ cling to Christ.
      • Just as Christ nourishes/ cherish the church, husbands should care for their wives
      • Christians are called upon to submit to Christ just as a wife submits to her husband (4 x 2= 8mks)
    3. ways in which the churches discipline those who cause disunity in the church today.
      • They are denied leadership positions.
      • Are denied some services of the church such as wedding rites, burial rites
      • Are charged a fine.
      • They are reprimanded and asked to apologize publicly.
      • Workers who cause disunity can lose their jobs.
      • Leaders who cause disunity are asked to resign/demoted.
      • Some churches excommunicate members who blaspheme.
      • Sometimes they may be suspended from church duties and church service.
      • Church leaders are transferred to hardship areas.(6 x 1 = 6mks)
  5.                                      
    1. Identify five sources of Christian Ethics (5marks)
      • Human experience/conscience/knowledge/free will
      • The Bible/Jesus’ teachings/sacred scriptures
      • Traditions from Christian community/church rituals
      • Christian literature
      • Natural law
      • Situation ethics/God’s revelation
      • Country Laws/the constitution.
      • African customs compatible with Christianity.(5x1=5 mks)
    2. Give eight reasons why people choose to become celibate in Kenya today.
      • To pursue education
      • Career demand
      • Religious reasons/vocation
      • Lack of guidance and counselling on marriage and family
      • Discouragement from failing marriages and family
      • Economic reasons
      • Poor health
      • Economic independence
      • Parental interference
      • Disappointing relationships
        (8x1=8 mks)
    3. Identify dangers of using illicit drugs among the youths in Kenya today (7mks)
      • There is an increase in rate of crimes committed
      • The use of illicit drugs leads to sexual immorality/contracting of sexually transmitted infections/HIV and AIDS
      • Dependence on illicit drugs depletes resources/ leading to poverty/lowers productivity
      • Illicit drugs damage vital organs/ill health
      • The number of street children/families is increasing as a result of using drugs
      • Use of illicit drugs is illegal/the offenders are liable for punishment/Imprisonment.
      • Use of illicit drugs can cause employer/employee conflicts/job inefficacy
      •  Illicit drug users become irresponsible/quarrelsome/irritable leading to family disagreements/breakups
      •  Illicit drugs users can lead to murder/death
      • Addiction
      • Illicit drugs cause indiscipline in institutions of learning
        (1x7=7mks)
  6.                              
    1. Outline Christian View on organ transplant (6mks)
      • Organ transplant is like transferring one’s life to another human being
      • Transplanting an organ from an animal to human being is undermining human dignity
      • Life is sacred and only God has power over it
      • Transplanting an organ from animals to human beings leads to transferring of diseases from one species to another
      • Organ transplant saves life
      • An example of organ transplant was performed by God during the story of creation. God removed a rib from Adam’s body and used it to create Eve
      • Human beings are continuing with the creation work of God through organ transplant(co-creators)
      • Donating and transplanting it into another human being is an expression of love and concern for those suffering as taught by Jesus
        (7x1= 7mks)
    2. Explain six teachings of Jesus on wealth (6mks)
      • Wealth should be acquired in the right manner
      • Wealth is a gift from God/God given
      • Wealth should be used to serve God/expand his kingdom
      • Those who have wealth are only stewards
      • Those who have wealth should share it with others/help the needy/poor
      • Poverty is not as a result of sin/the poor can also enjoy God’s blessings
      • Wealth can be an hindrance for one to enter the kingdom of God
      • One cannot serve God and wealth
      • Wealth cannot satisfy all human needs/cannot answer human quest for salvation
      • Those who have wealth should avoid extravagance/luxury
      • Earthly wealth/possession is temporary
      • Those who have wealth should use it responsibly/wisely.
        (6x1=6mks
    3. Give seven reasons why Christians should not involve themselves in gambling (7mks)
      • Gambling enables one to get money/wealth without working for it
      • In gambling one’s gain leads to another one losses
      • It creates bitterness in the one who losses
      • The Bible condemns gambling/unfair interests
      • It involves taking advantage of ignorant players
      • There is no security on the wealth/money put in gambling
      • It is addictive/can become a compulsive habit
      • It can interfere with family budget/priorities/can be misleading in the family/friends
      • It can lead to violence/loss of life
      • It can lead to stress/illness
      • It shows lack of trust/dependence upon God
      • It can lead to poverty, time wasting at the expense of productive work
        (7x1=7mks)

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