CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Lanjet Mock Exams 2021/2022

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES.

  • This paper consists of Six questions.
  • Answer any Five questions in the spaces provided.
  • Each question carries 20 marks
  • Students should answer questions in English.
  1.  
    1. Outline Jeremiah’s prophecy concerning the messiah (Jeremiah 23:5-6) (6mks)
    2. Describe the incident in which Mary visited Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-56) (7mks)
    3. State seven lessons Christians learn from the incident when Jesus was dedicated in the temple (7mks)
  2.  
    1. Describe the healing of the paralytic man (Luke 5:17-26) (8mks)
    2. Outline six events that took place during the transfiguration of Jesus (Luke 9:28-37) (6mks)
    3. State six lessons Christians learn about Jesus from the healing of the paralytic man (6mks)
  3.  
    1. Give the instructions Jesus gave to the seventy-two men he sent them on a mission (Luke 10:1-24 (7mks)
    2. Relate the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32) (8mks)
    3. Outline six reasons why Jesus used the parable of the prodigal son in his teaching (6mks)
  4.  
    1. Outline St Paul’s teaching on love 1 Corinthians 13 (8mks)
    2. Explain the teaching of peter concerning the people of God (1peter 2:9-10) (6mks)
    3. How are the gifts of the Holy Spirit misused in the church today (6mks)
  5.  
    1. Identify six sources of Christian ethics (6mks)
    2. Outline the traditional African understanding of a family (7mks)
    3. State seven challenges that child from single parented families face in Kenya (7mks)
  6.  
    1. List seven ways in which wealth is acquired in traditional African communities (7mks)
    2. Outline seven rights of a Kenyan citizen (7mks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should not involve themselves in gambling (6mks)


MARKING SCHEME

  1.  
    1. Outline Jeremiahs prophecy concerning the messiah (Jeremiah 23:5-6) (6mks)
      • The messiah would come from the house of David
      • He would be righteous
      • He would reign/rule as king
      • The messiah would rule/deal wisely
      • He would execute justice in the land/execute righteousness
      • He would bring salvation upon Judah
      • He would provide security/safety in Israel
      • He would be called lord our righteousness
        Any 6*1=6mks
    2. Describe the incident in which Mary visited Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-56)
      • After angel Gabriel left Mary, she went to the city of Judah.
      • Mary entered Zachariah’s home.
      • When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greetings the baby in her womb leaped with joy.
      • Mary greeted Elizabeth.
      • Elizabeth was filled with the holy spirit
      • Elizabeth exclaimed with a loud cry
      • She blessed Mary and the child in the womb.
      • Elizabeth wondered why may the other of her lord had come to visit her.
      • Elizabeth informed Mary that the baby in her womb had leaped with joy in her greetings.
      • Mary responded by praising god
      • Mary stayed with Elizabeth for three months.
        Any7*1=7mks
    3. State seven lessons Christians learn from the incident when Jesus was dedicated in the temple (7mks)
      • Christians learn that they should be righteous before god.
      • Christians should thank god for blessing them.
      • Christians should trust/have faith in God
      • Christians should show compassion for the needy in the society
      • Christians should be devoted in their worship of god regardless of challenges they face.
      • Christians should dedicate their children to god/fulfill church obligations.
      • Christians should reach out to all people/preach salvation to them.
        First 7*1=7mks
  2.  
    1. Describe the healing of the paralytic man (Luke 5:17-26) (8mks)
      • on one of those days as Jesus was teaching, there were Pharisees and teachers of the law sitting by/who had come from every village of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem/the power of the lord was with him to heal.
      • Men were bringing on bed a man who was paralyzed; they went up on the roof and let him down with his bed through the tiles in the midst before Jesus.
      • When he saw their faith he said” man your sins are forgiven”
      • The Pharisees and scribes questioned in their heart why he forgave sins/accused him of blasphemies.
      • He asked which one was easier to say your sins are forgiven/rise and walk/he told the man to raise take up his bed and go home.
      • Immediately he rose before them took up that on which he lay and went home glorifying god.
      • Amazement seized them all, they glorified god/were filled with awe saying we have seen great things today.
        Any 8*1=8mks
    2. Outline six events that took place during the transfiguration of Jesus (Luke 9:28-37) 6mks)
      • Jesus took with him Peter, James and john and went to the mountain to pray.
      • As he was praying the appearance of his countenance was altered/his garment became dazzling white.
      • Two men Moses and Elijah appeared in glory/spoke of his departure which was to accomplish in Jerusalem.
      • The disciples fell asleep/when they woke they saw his glory and the two men partying from him.
      • Peter suggested that they make three booths.
      • Cloud came and over shadowed them/they were afraid as they entered the cloud.
      • A voice came out of the cloud saying “this is my son my chosen listen to him”
      • Jesus was found alone.
      • They kept silence and told no one in those days what they had seen.
        First 6*1=6mks
    3. State six lessons Christians learn about Jesus from the healing of the paralytic man (6mks)
      • Jesus has power to heal
      • Jesus is the son of god.
      • Jesus is courageous.
      • Jesus is compassionate/loving/caring.
      • Jesus has power to forgive sins
      • Jesus knows the heart of the people.
        First 6*1=6mks
  3.  
    1. Give the instructions Jesus gave to the seventy-two men he sent them on a mission (Luke 10:1-24) (6mks)
      • they were to pray for more laborers to be sent for the harvest was huge
      • they were not to carry any bag, purse or sandals.
      • They were not to salute anyone on the road.
      • They were to say peace to any house they entered.
      • They were to say peace to any house/not to go from house to house.
      • They were to heal the sick.
      • They were to eat or drink what was provided.
      • They were to tell people that the kingdom of god was near.
      • They were to wipe off dust from their feet against the people if they were not received.
        Any 6*1=6mks
    2. Relate the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32) (8mks)
      • A man had had two sons/the younger one requested to be given his share of inheritance.
      • The father divided his property between them.
      • Days later the son gathered all that he had/took his journey to far country/where he squandered his property in loose living
      • Great famine arose in the country/he begun to be in want.
      • He went to one of the citizens/was sent to feed swine/he fed on the pods that the swine ate.
      • He came back to his senses/left to go and apologise to the father.
      • While he was still at a distance the father saw him and had compassion/embraced him/kissed him/made merry.
      • When the eldest came, he heard the music /called one of the servants and enquired what is meant.
      • His father assured him that all he had was his/his brother had died but now is alive
        Any8*1=8mks
    3. Outline six reasons why Jesus used the parable of the prodigal son in his teaching (6mks)
      • To encourage sinners to accept God’s word
      • To slow consequences of loose living
      • To encourage people realize their sinfulness/be willing to reconcile/repent.
      • To teach about god’s love to all people/the kingdom of god is for all.
      • To show gods unconditional forgiveness.
      • To warn against judging others/condemning others.
      • To teach the need to rejoice welcomes repentant sinners.
      • To encourage families to live in unity/harmony
        First 6*1=6mks
  4.  
    1. Outline St Paul’s teaching on love 1 Corinthians 13 (8mks)
      • love is patient
      • it is kind
      • it is not jealous/boastful
      • love is not arrogant/rude
      • love is not self-seeking/does not insist on its own way.
      • Love is not irritable/resentful
      • It does not rejoice in wrong/rejoices in the right
      • Love bears all things
      • Love believes /trusts all things
      • Love never ends/it is eternal.
      • It is the greatest gift
        Any 8*1=8mks
    2. Explain the teaching of peter concerning the people of God (1peter 2:9-10)
      • The believers are a chosen people/race/have been selected.
      • They are a royal priesthood.
      • They are a holy nation/expected to live a righteous life.
      • They belong to god/form a family of gods own possession
      • They declare the wonderful deeds of god testifying about god/led a life of worshipping God.
      • They were called from darkness to light.
      • They were once not a people/they were outside the covenant way of life.
      • They are led by the mercies of god/have received God’s grace.
        Any6*1=6mks
    3. How are the gifts of the holy spirit misused in the church today(6mks)
      • Some Christians pretend that they have a certain gift of the Holy Spirit.
      • By asking for payment before healing the sick.
      • Christians misuse the gift of prophecy by giving wrong information/false prophecy.
      • Some Christians may impact demonic powers on the innocent/ignorant as they claim to perform miracles.
      • Some Christians who possess the gifts of the holy spirit develop pride/arrogance.
      • Some use the gifts to bring division in the church creating splinter groups.
      • Some Christians refuse to utilize the gifts they possess/personalize the gift.
      • Speaking in tongues during worship leads to disorder confusion if the tongues are not interpreted/understood
        Any 6*1=6mks
  5.  
    1. Identify six sources of Christian ethics(6mks)
      • Human reason/experience/free will/conscience/faith in GOD /intuition.
      • The bible teachings of Jesus Christ.
      • Traditions from Christian community/church rituals authoritative Christians literature.
      • Natural law.
      • Situational ethics.
      • Secular laws
      • African customs/African morality.
        Any6*1=6mks
    2. Outline the traditional African understanding of a family (7mks)
      • African communities believe that the family was instituted by god.
      • Family is made through marriage and procreation.
      • Traditional African family is a socio-religious unit because it is within the family that all important religious and social activities occur.
      • African family is the Centre for education and religious morals for example children are taught obedience to the elders and those of undesired characters are corrected at the family levels
      • Forming a family was a sacred duty to all members of the family.
      • An African family is extended family with parents, children, cousins, uncles and grandparents etc.
      • Polygamy is highly regarded/accepted.
      • The man is the head of the family.
      • Grandparents are highly valued.
      • Children are very important I a traditional African family.
      • Sharing of food, work and helping each other in terms on need enhance harmony and mutual responsibility at the family level.
      • I the family, the living, the dead and yet to be born find a meeting e.g. naming children after ancestors/it has horizontal and vertical dimensions
        Any7*1=7mks
    3. State seven challenges that children from single parented families face in Kenya(7mks)
      • They face identity crisis /they don’t know where they belong
      • They experience social stigma
      • They miss the love/guidance of one parent.
      • They may have psychological problems
      • They may be denied inheritance of family wealth/discriminated against.
      • They face rejection/not accepted in society.
      • May lack adequate basic needs.
        First 7*1=7mks
  6.  
    1. List seven ways in which wealth is acquired in traditional African communities(7mks)
      • wealth is acquired through inheritance
      • through payment of bride wealth/dowry.
      • Through farming/livestock rearing.
      • Through barter trade/exchange of goods and services.
      • By marrying many wives/having many children
      • Through raids/wars.
      • By using skills/talents.
      • By utilizing natural/available resources.
      • Through receiving gifts.
        First 7*1=7mks
    2. Outline seven rights of a Kenyan citizen(7mks)
      • Right to life/live
      • Right to have basic needs/food/shelter/clothing
      • Right to receive education.
      • Right to marry/raise up a family/belong to a family.
      • Right to have freedom of association /assembly.
      • Right to freedom of speech/receive information/expression.
      • Right to own property.
      • Freedom of worship
      • Right to liberty/movement
      • Right to work/learn a living
      • Right to medical care/health
      • Right to security/protection by law
      • Freedom of conscience/right to vote
      • Right to employment/just wage
        First7*1=7mks
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should not involve themselves in gambling(6mks)
      • Gambling enables one to get money/wealth without working for it.
      • In gambling ones gain leads to another person loss.
      • It creates bitterness in the one who losses
      • The bible condemns gambling/unfair interests.
      • It involves taking advantage of the ignorant players
      • It is addictive/can become a compulsive habit.
      • It interferes with family budget/priorities/can bring misunderstanding in the family
      • 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.
      • There is no security on the wealth/money/one put in the gambling.
        First 6*1=6mks

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