CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Kigumo Mocks 2021 Exams

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  1. Write your name, class and adm number in the spaces provided above.
  2. Write the date of the examination in the spaces provided above.
  3. This paper consists of six questions.
  4. Answer any five questions in the spaces provided.
  5. Each question carries 20 marks.

QUESTIONS

  1.                  
    1. Outline the message of angel Gabriel to Mary in Luke 1:26-38. (7mks)
    2. Explain what the Magnificent reveals about the nature of God. (6mks)
    3. Identify six qualities shown by Jesus when he accompanied his parents to the temple at the age of twelve. (7mks)
  2.                    
    1. Describe the incident in which Jesus raised Jairus daughter. (7mks)
    2. State six lessons Christian learn about Jesus from the raising of Jairus daughter. (6mks)
    3. How is the church in Kenya helping the sick? (7mks)
  3.                    
    1. State five accusations that were made against Jesus during his trial. (5mks)
    2. Give seven reasons why Jesus appeared to His disciples after resurrection. (7mks)
    3. Why should Christians be discouraged from taking part in mob justice? (8mks)
  4.                
    1. Explain how Peter’s life was transformed on the day of Pentecost. (7mks)
    2. Outline Saint Paul’s teaching on how the gifts of the Holy Spirit should be used in the church. (6mks)
    3. State seven factors that threaten unity in the church today. (7mks)
  5.                
    1. Discuss the measures taken by the traditional African communities to discourage pregnancy before marriage. 7mks)
    2. What factors have contributed to sexual immorality among the youth in Kenya today? (7mks)
    3. Suggest ways in which the church can help single parents. (6mks)
  6.                
    1. State the rights of citizens in Kenya today. (7mks)
    2. Give reasons why Christian pay taxes to the government in Kenya. (5mks)
    3. How is the church helping to reduce the rate of crime in Kenya? (8mks)

MARKING SCHEME

  1.                                
    1. Outline the message of angel Gabriel to Mary in Luke 1:26-38.
      1. She was highly favoured among women.
      2. She will bring forth a son/will be named Jesus.
      3. He will be called the son of highest/son of Gog/will be great.
      4. He will reign over the house of Jacob forever.
      5. The kingdom will be everlasting.
      6. The Holy Spirit would come upon her.
      7. The child to be born would be holy.
      8. That Elizabeth her cousin had also conceived in her old age.
      9. With God, nothing will be impossible.7x1=7mks
    2. Explain what the Magnificent reveals about the nature of God.
      1. God is a savior because he remembers the lowly.
      2. God is mighty for the scatters the proud/ does great things.
      3. God is holy from generation to generation/Holy is his name.
      4. God is merciful to those who fear him/from generation to generation.
      5. God is caring/ protective because He exalts the humble.
      6. He is a provider/ sustainer because he fills the hungry.
      7. He is faithful because he keeps his promises.
      8. He is kind/helper to his servant Israel.6x1= 6mks
    3. Identify six qualities shown by Jesus when he accompanied his parents to the temple at the age of twelve.
      1. He was obedient.
      2. He was courageous
      3. He was knowledgeable/intelligent/ wise
      4. He was respectful
      5. He was co-operative
      6. He was patient
      7. He was honest
      8. He was assertive/independent/making independent decisions
      9. He was social/ outgoing
      10. He was inquisitive. 7x1=7mks
  2.                      
    1. Describe the incident in which Jesus raised Jairus daughter.
      1. Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue came to Jesus/fell at the feet of Jesus.
      2. He begged Jesus to go to his house for his only daughter was dying.
      3. Jesus agreed to go/ large crowd pressed against Him.
      4. On the way he healed a woman who had flow of blood for twelve years.
      5. A man from the ruler’s house brought a message that the daughter has already died/no need to trouble the teacher any more.
      6. Jesus told Jairus not to fear but believe his daughter will be well.
      7. Jesus went into the house with peter, James , john , parents of the child.
      8. The people were weeping/wailing for her/Jesus told them not to weep because she was not dead.
      9. Jesus too the child by the hand/told her to arise.
      10. Her spirit returned/she got up at once.
      11. Jesus directed that something be given to het to eat.
      12. the child’s parents were amazed.
      13. Jesus charged them not to tell anyone what happened. 7x1=7mks
    2. State six lessons Christian learn about Jesus from the raising of Jairus daughter.
      1. Jesus has power over death/source of life.
      2. Jesus requires people to have faith in Him.
      3. Jesus is approachable.
      4. Jesus is always ready to assist/concerned about people’s needs.
      5. Jesus is sociable/available/ mixes with people.
      6. Jesus is the source of hope/healer.
      7. He brings joys to people.
      8. He is humble.
      9. Jesus is a teacher.6x1=6mks
    3. How is the church in Kenya helping the sick?
      1. The church provides free/affordable medical services for the sick.
      2. It gives financial/material assistance to the sick.
      3. The church provides guiding and counseling services to the sick.
      4. By constructing hospitals/ mobile clinics/recreational facilities for the sick.
      5. The church trains medical personnel to offer health services.
      6. By accepting the sick in the church/preaching messages of hope to them.
      7. The church prays for the sick/laying of hands/anointing.
      8. The church participates in cleaning of the environment for good health.
      9. Church members visit/ encourage the sick.
      10. The church has rehabilitation centres where they take care for the sick. 7x1=7mks
  3.                  
    1. State five accusations that were made against Jesus during his trial.
      1. Jesus called Himself the Christ/Messiah.
      2. He claimed to be son of God.
      3. He was opposing the payment of taxes to Ceaser.
      4. He had made Himself the King of the Jews against the Roman Authority.
      5. Jesus had incited the people to revolt.
      6. He was equating himself to God/Blasphemy forgiving sins.5x1=8marks
    2. Give seven reasons why Jesus appeared to His disciples after resurrection.
      1. He wanted to strengthen their faith.
      2. So as to comfort them.
      3. In order to empower them to serve.
      4. He wanted to reassure them that he was the Messiah.
      5. So as to commission them to be his witnesses.
      6. He wanted to tell them about the coming Holy Spirit/ wait for the Holy Spirit.
      7. so as to bless them
      8. In order to confirm to them that the Old Testament prophecies had been fulfilled.
      9. He wanted to confirm to them that he was alive/ and had power over death.
      10. He wanted to represent to them the correct interpretation of the suffering Messiah/ scriptures. 7x1=7mks
    3. Why should Christians be discouraged from taking part in mob justice?
      1. It does not give room to reason.
      2. It is impulse/based on emotions.
      3. It can lead to destruction of poverty/life/ it is violent physical injuries.
      4. It is unbiblical / it lacks love/against law of the Lord.
      5. It can be fueled by lies/ malice/incitement.
      6. The victim is denied a chance of defending himself/herself.
      7. It is a form of retaliation/ revenge.
      8. It does not give room for forgiveness/reconciliation/ rehabilitation.
      9. It can lead to bitterness/regret/psychological suffering. 8x1=8mks
  4.                    
    1. Explain how peter’s life was transformed on the day of Pentecost.
      1. Peter was filled with the Holy Spirit.
      2. He started speaking in tongues.
      3. He became courageous/defended the disciples that were not drunk.
      4. He was able to remember Old Testament prophecies/teaching.
      5. He began witnessing the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
      6. He called people to repentance.
      7. He took up leadership role.7x1=7mks
    2. Outline Saint Paul’s teaching on how the gifts of the Holy Spirit should be used in the church.
      1. The gifts of the Holy Spirit should be used for the common good for all.
      2. They should be used to strengthen/ encourage/comfort members.
      3. They should be used to bring unity/ not discriminate/divide members.
      4. There is need to respect/appreciate all the gifts/none is superior.
      5. They should be used in orderly way / no confusion/ not more than three.
      6. The gifts should be used in love.
      7. The gifts of speaking in tongues should be minimized in public worship.
      8. There is need to have interpretation of tongues for them to be meaningful/ helpful.
      9. Prophecies should be carefully evaluated/ weighted. 6x1=6mks
    3. State seven factors that threaten unity in the church today (7marks)
      1. Misinterpretation of the scriptures
      2. Struggle for leadership/greed.
      3. Conservatism/generation gap.
      4. Traditional/cultural differences
      5. The Church’s stand on certain issues/trends such as abortion/gay marriages.
      6. Insecurity in the country.
      7. Political interferences.
      8. Doctrinal differences.
      9. Permissiveness/moral decadence.
      10. Emergence of cults.
  5.                
    1. Discuss the measures taken by the traditional African communities to discourage pregnancy before marriage.
      1. Sex education was given to the youth in order to instill discipline/responsibility.
      2. The youth were made aware/advised/sensitized of the dire consequences of irresponsible sex leading to pregnancy before marriage.
      3. Sex before marriage was prohibitive in most traditional African communities/ virginity was highly valued.
      4. Girls who became pregnant before marriage were severely punished/they were ostracized , disowned by the family/put to the death/forced to marry old/useless men.
      5. Young men who were found to have impregnated a girl before marriage were also punished/ paid heavy fine/ reprimanded /banned by their age group/defamed in songs/given nasty nicknames.
      6. Parents (especially the mothers) were held responsible for their daughter’s conduct movements were closely watched and their movements monitored. limited.
      7. During social occasions (e.g. dances) young people were supervised so that they did not misbehave.
      8. There was physical separation of sexes/boys and girl’s males and females, lived in separated houses.
      9. There were taboos/ rules/ regulation on sex relationships.
      10. The entire traditional Africa community was concerned about the moral fabric moral values.
      11. Sexes were taught to respect each other/ treat each other with respect/to respect their own bodies/maintain their dignity/ honor.12x1=12mks
    2. What factors have contributed to sexual immorality among the youth in Kenya today?
      1. Drugs/alcohol abuse among the youth.
      2. Permissiveness in the society/ moral laxity lack of discipline in the society.
      3. pornography from print media/materials/ literature/ pictures
      4. Poverty which has led some to turn to commercial sex/ prostitution.
      5. Lack of proper sex education for the youth.
      6. Changing life styles/urbanization resulting in overcrowded houses/ lack of privacy.
      7. influence from electronic media(e.g television, video cassettes, cinemas)
      8. Availability of contraceptives which make the youth engage in sex education without any fear of pregnancies.
      9. Unemployment/idleness the youth are lured into sex with promise of job favors.
      10. stress/ frustrations forces the youth to seek consolation in sex among other things.
      11. The wrong role models from the adults/ the youth don’t have examples to emulate.
      12. Peer pressure/youth engage in sex to fit their peer group/ to be accepted.
      13. Parents have abdicated their role of teaching the youth about facts of life to the schools which are doing very little/ nothing at all.7x1=7mks
    3. Suggest ways in which the church can help single parents.
      1. Should provide pastoral care/guidance and counseling/ preaching to them.
      2. Accept them in the church community.
      3. provide them with material help where necessary/ provide opportunity
      4. Visit them/invite them to visit with them.
      5. pray with them/ for them
      6. involve them in church activities
      7. Encourage them to get married.
      8. Invite them to church seminars on family life.6x1=6mks
  6.                      
    1. State the rights of citizens in Kenya today.
      1. Right to life/live.
      2. Right to have basic needs/food/shelter/clothing.
      3. Right to receive education
      4. Right to marry /raise up a family/ belong to a family.
      5. Right to have freedom of association/ assembly.
      6. Right to freedom of speech/receive information/expression.
      7. Right to own property.
      8. Freedom of worship.
      9. Right to liberty/movement
      10. Right to work/earn a living.
      11. Right to medical care/ health
      12. Right to security/ protection by the law
      13. Freedom of conscience /right to vote.7X1=7mks
    2. Give reasons why Christian pay taxes to the government in Kenya.
      1. To emulate Jesus who paid tax to the Roman authorities.
      2. To heed Jesus’ instruction to respect the civil authorities.
      3. Christians pay taxes in order to receive service from the government.
      4. To provide essential services.
      5. Christians pay taxes as a sign of patriotism.
      6. Christians pay taxes as a way of sharing their wealth/resources with others.
      7. It is their duty to pay taxes of the government.
      8. To enable the government to meet its financial obligations.5x1=5mks
    3. How is the church helping to reduce the rate of crime in Kenya?
      1. Providing guidance and counseling.
      2. Preaching about love for one another in the society.
      3. Rehabilitating law breakers
      4. Providing jobs/offering training opportunities to the people.
      5. Giving loans to the people to start/run business
      6. Providing recreational facilities/ organizing re-creational activities for the youth.
      7. Reporting criminals to the law enforcement authorities.
      8. Discipline deviant members of the church.
      9. Participating in government programmers established to fight crime (e.g community policing)
      10. Obeying the laws of the country/being role models
      11. Praying for peace/harmony.
      12. Teaching responsible parenthood.
      13. Providing basic needs for the needy.
      14. Condemning evil practices in the society/teaching against crime. 8x1=8mks

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