CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Nyeri Mocks 2021 Exams

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INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS

Answer any five questions

QUESTIONS

  1.                      
    1. Outline EIGHT ways in which Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies about the messiah. 8 mks
    2. Give 6 revelations prophet Simeon made about the person and ministry of Jesus during dedication 6 mks
    3. Give 6 lessons that Christians learn from the incident when Jesus was dedicated 6 mks
  2.                            
    1. Describe the healing of the Gerasene Demonic Luke 8:26 -39 7 mks
    2. Identify 7 reasons why Jesus healed the sick 7 mks
    3. Outline six lessons that Christians learn from the healing of the Gerasene Demoniac 6 mks
  3.                
    1. Describe the parable of the tenants Luke 20:9 -18 (7 mks)
    2. Outline SEVEN efforts made by the Jewish leaders to have Jesus arrested and put to death 7 mks
    3. Identify 6 reasons why Christians are discouraged from mob justice. 6 mks
  4.                      
    1. Relate Peter’s message on the day of Pentecost, Act 2:1-40 7 mks
    2. State 7 ways in which Peter’s life was transformed on the day of Pentecost 7 mks
    3. Identify six ways in which Christians use the fruits of the Holy Spirit to spread the gospel 6 mks
  5.                    
    1. Outline Christian teaching on human sexuality 7 mks
    2. Give six reasons why adultery is committed. 6 mks
    3. Identify 7 effects of divorce on families today 7 mks
  6.                  
    1. Outline 8 causes of crime in Kenya today 8 mks
    2. State 7 ways in which injustice can disrupt society 7 mks
    3. How does the church help in reducing crime rate in Kenya today 5 mks

MARKING SCHEME

  1.                        
    1. Outline EIGHT ways in which Jesus fulfilled the old testament prophecies of the messiah.
      • Jesus foster father, Joseph was a descendant of King David.
      • Jesus was to establish an everlasting kingdom according to angel Gabriel’s message to Mary.
      • Jesus was born of virgin Mary.
      • Jesus was born in Bethlehem, David’s home town.
      • Simeon who was in the temple testified that the baby Jesus would bring salvation to the whole world.
      • Jesus was betrayed by Judas Iscariot, one of His disciples.
      • The passion and death of Jesus fulfils the prophecies of the suffering servant of God.
      • Jesus rode on a donkey during His triumphant entry into Jerusalem to show that He was a humble Messiah.
      • Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit and anointed for His messianic work at baptism.
      • Jesus’ ascension of heaven exalted Him as Lord and judge.
        8 x 1 = 8 mks
    2. Give six revelations prophet Simeon made about the person and ministry of Jesus during dedication.
      • Jesus was the son of God and saviour of the world.
      • He would suffer for the sake of humankind
      • He would be the light for the revelation to Gentiles.
      • He would liberate the Israelites from oppression.
      • He was to cause the rise and fall of many in Israel.
      • Jesus birth would bring joy to many and glory and praise to God.
        6 x 1 = 6 mks
    3. Give 6 lessons that Christians learn from incident when Jesus was dedicated 6 mks
      • Christians should be righteous before God inoder to experience Him in their lives.
      • They should dedicate their children to God to fulfil the Church obligation.
      • Christians should be devoted to God regardless of the challenges they face.
      • They should reach out to all people / preach salvation.
      • They should show compassion to the needy in the society.
      • They should trust / have faith in God.
      • They should thank God for blessing them
        6 x 1 = 6 mks
  2.                        
    1. Describe the healing of the Gerasene Demoniac Lk 8: 26 -39
      • On the shores of Lake Gerasene a demoniac who was living in the tombs confronted Jesus and fell at His feet.
      • He cried out and wondered what Jesus had to do with him
      • The demons in the man requested Jesus not to destroy them but to drive them into the pigs making them to drawn into the lake.
      • The herdsmen reported the incident in the town.
      • The people requested Jesus to leave for they had fear of him.
      • The healed man asked to accompany Jesus but was told to go and witness to others His salvation.
      • He went into the city and proclaimed about the mighty work of Jesus,
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
    2. identify 7 reasons why Jesus healed the sick.
      • To make people believe in Him.
      • It was a manifestation of God’s love and concern for His people through Jesus.
      • To show that He was the son of God
      • He had compassion for those who were suffering
      • To fulfil the prophecy of Isaiah.
      • Jesus was concerned with the total well being of human beings.
      • It was a way of destroying the work of Satan.
      • To awaken people’s faith.
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
    3. Outline six lessons Christians learn from the healing of the Gerasene Demonic
      • Christians learn that they should value human life because it is superior to that of other creature.
      • Christians should testify to other what the Lord has done for them.
      • Christians should not be an obstacle to the spread of the gospel.
      • They should fight to liberate themselves from satanic forces.
      • They should call on Jesus ‘name as a tool against satanic forces.
      • Jesus has power over Satan.
      • Jesus came to destroy satanic forces in the world.
      • Jesus mission was to bring glory to God.
      • Jesus came to liberate the captives
      • Jesus is the son of God and therefore the Messiah.
      • Jesus mission was faced with challenge and opposition.
        6 x1= 6mks
  3.                      
    1. Describe the parable of the tenants Lk 20: 9 – 18
      • The parable is about a man who planted a vineyard.
      • He left the vineyard to tenants and then went away for a long time.
      • When the time for the harvest came, he sent his servants to collect the fruits.
      • The owner of the vineyard then sent his own son, but he was beaten up, and killed.
      • Jesus posed a question “What then will the owner of the vineyard do to them?
      • Jesus said, He will come and destroy those tenants and give the vineyard to others.
      • Jesus concluded the parable by saying that the very stone that builders rejected has become the corner stone.
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
    2. Outline 7 efforts made by the Jewish leaders to have Jesus arrested and put to death.
      • They paid Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus.
      • They used false witnesses to accuse Jesus of blasphemy.
      • They hurried to try Jesus before His companions knew what had occurred.
      • They formulated charges of treason against Jesus.
      • They convinced Pilate to accept their demands to have Jesus crucified.
      • Armed guards and Roman soldiers were kept alert to disperse Jesus supporters.
      • A mob was organised to demand for Barabbas release.
      • After Pilate permitted them, they led Jesus to the place of crucifixion.
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
    3. Identify 6 reasons why Christians are discouraged from mob justice.
      • Christians should let the law take its cause.
      • Christians should not judge
      • Christians should not kill.
      • A person is innocent till proven guilty.
      • It does not give room for reason.
      • It fuels violence.
      • The victim is denied the chance of defence.
      • It leads to bitterness and suffering.
      • It is unbiblical and lacks love
      • It is a form of revenge.
        6 x 1 = 6 mks
  4.                    
    1. Relate Peter’s message on the day of Pentecost, Acts 2:1 – 40 7 mks
      • Peter stood up to explain what was happening and defended the disciples that they were not drunk.
      • He explained what was happening was the fulfilment of Joel’s prophesy that God would send His spirit.
      • He said that the messianic age had arrived in the person of Jesus Christ.
      • He said that Jesus suffered and was crucified according to God’s plan.
      • He said that God had raised Jesus from the dead to fulfil the prophecy of king David.
      • He said that the apostles are a living witnesses to the resurrection of Jesus.
      • He said that God had exalt Jesus and made Him both Lord and judge.
      • He said that Jesus had sent the Holy Spirit through whom the disciples were talking tin tongues.
      • Peter invited people to repent and be baptized.
        1 x 7 = 7 mks
    2. State 7 ways in which Peter’s life was transformed on the day of Pentecost 7 mks
      • He was filled with the Holy Spirit.
      • He spoke in tongues.
      • He stood up and defended the disciples/ apostles.
      • He gained courage.
      • He gained knowledge about the scriptures in the Old Testament.
      • He became a witness of work / death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
      • He gained wisdom and advised people on what to do.
      • He called people to repentance.
        1 x 7 = 7 mks
    3. Identify 6 ways in which Christians use the fruits of the Holy Spirit to spread the gospel 6 mks.
      • Christians show joy when preaching the good news.
      • They show gentleness when correcting sinners.
      • They show gentleness when they are accused falsely.
      • Christians show love to one another e.g. supporting the needy.
      • They show kindness and care by preaching to non-believers.
      • They show humility by urging everybody to be saved.
  5.                    
    1. Outline Christian teaching on human sexuality
      • Human sexuality is a gift from God.
      • Male and female compliment each other.
      • Human beings are created in the image of God.
      • The purpose of human sexuality is for procreation and survival of the human race.
      • Sex should be used only in the context of marriage as an expression of permanent relationship between the married couple.
      • Male and female should live in harmony.
      • Male and female have distinct roles in creation, biological and emotional.
      • Sexual deviation such as homosexuality, lesbianism, adultery and sodomy are highly condemned.
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
    2. Give six reasons why adultery is committed
      • Denial of conjugal rights by one of the partners.
      • Long periods of separation for married couples.
      • Lack of sexual satisfaction.
      • Influence of bad company.
      • Incompatibility in marriage.
      • Desire to avenge if offended.
      • Misunderstandings in Marriage.
      • Married for the wrong reasons.
      • Inability to deal with changes for example sickness, loss of employment, death
        6 x 1 = 6 mks
    3. Identify 7 effects of divorce on families today.
      • It leads to a feeling of failure in life by those involved.
      • It may tempt one to engage in prostitution
      • Children suffer psychologically as they lack full support from both parents.
      • Family resources may be misused through legal tussles.
      • It leads to single – parenthood.
      • It may lead to the abandonment of the church by the couple.
      • One of the partners may be denied by the law access to the children.
      • Children of divorcees lack true identity especially when their parents remarry.
      • It may lead to the increase of street children.
      • It may lead to negative attitude towards marriage institution.
        7 x 1 = 7 mks
  6.                          
    1. Outline 8 causes of crime in Kenya today 8 mks
      • Economic hardship/poverty in the society.
      • Inequitable distribution of wealth and resources.
      • Greed for material possession and power.
      • Unemployment and under employment.
      • Influence of drug abuse and alcohol.
      • Poor enforcement of law.
      • Economic exploitation of people
      • Low levels of education.
      • Easy access to firearms.
      • Peer influence.
      • Poor upbringing of children
      • Certain cultural practices eg. Cattle instilling
        1 x 8 = 8 mks
    2. State 7 ways in which injustice can disrupt society
      • It can cause suffering of the innocent
      • It causes insecurity.
      • It can result to rebellion.
      • It can lead to violation of human rights.
      • It can cause disrespect for those who cause injustices.
      • It can lead to death
      • It can cause hatred and bitterness among people.
      • It can cause suspicion among people.
      • It can lead to hypocrisy in the society.
      • It can lead to crime e.g. murder, theft, assassination etc.
      • It can lead to civil war or tribal clashes.
        1 x7 = 7 mks
    3. How does the church help in reducing crime rate in Kenya today. 5 mks
      • By providing guidance and counselling.
      • By preaching love for one another in the society.
      • By rehabilitating law breakers.
      • By participating in government programmes established to fight crime.
      • Being good role models / observing the laws of the country.
      • Praying for peace and harmony.
      • Providing basic needs for the needy.
      • Assisting unemployed people to start small income generating projects.
      • By providing jobs/ offering
        5 x 1 = 5 mks

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