CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - ACK Diocese Mumias Joint Evaluation Mock 2022

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  • Answer any five questions on the answer sheets provided.
  • All the answers to the questions must be written in English.


    1. Outline the message of Angel Gabriel to Mary in (Luke 1:26-38) 8 mks
    2. State Seven activities that took place the night Jesus was born. 7mks.
    3. Explain the importance of singing in a Christian service. 5mks
    1. With reference to the sermon on the plain state five teachings of Jesus on how human being should relate with one another 5mks
    2. Describe the incident in which Jesus calmed the storm (Luke 8:22- 25)10 mks
    3. Identify five virtues that Christian learn from the miracles of feeding of the five thousands. 5mks
    1. Identify the events that took place between the death and the burial of Jesus (Luke 23:44-56)
    2. Give three reasons why Peter denied Jesus. 6mks
    3. Why is the death of Jesus important to Christian 7mks
    1. Give Seven reasons why Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the disciples after his ascension. 7mks
    2. Describe how the unity of believers is expressed in the body of Christ. 8mks
    3. State ways in which Christians in Kenya demonstrate the New Testament teaching on unity. 5mks
    1. Identify the causes of premarital sex among the youth in Kenya today. 7mks
    2. State the Christian teaching on the marriage. 8mks
    3. Give reasons why virginity is encouraged in both Traditional African Community. 5mks
    1. Explain four negative effects of the introduction of money economy on Traditional African Communities. 8mks
    2. State the Seven methods used to discipline errant members in traditional African societies. 7mks
    3. Identify obstacles to effective maintenance of law and order in Kenya  today. 5mks.

Marking Scheme 

      • She was highly favoured among women.
      • She will bring forth a son/will be named Jesus.
      • He will be called the son of the most highest/son of God/will be great.
      • He will be given the throne of his father David.
      • He will reign over the house of Jacob forever.
      • The kingdom will be everlasting.
      • The Holy Spirit would come upon her.
      • The child to be born would be holy.
      • That Elizabeth her cousin had also conceived in her old age.
      • With God, nothing will be impossible. (8x1=8 mks)
      • He told the people to repent and be baptized for forgiveness of their sins/he asked People to prepare the way for the Lord.
      • He told them to be faithful/obedient to God and not to pride in Abraham as their ancestor.
      • He warned them of God’s punishment on sin.
      • He encouraged the rich to share with the needy.
      • He told the tax collectors not to steal/be honest.
      • He told the soldiers to be contented with their wages/stop greed.
      • He told the soldiers to stop robbing/accusing people falsely/should be truthful.
      • He told them that the messiah who was to come after him was mightier/He was unworthy to untie his sandals.
      • The Messiah would baptize the people with fire and the Holy Spirit.
      • The Messiah would separate the good from the evil/the evil would be punished.
      • He condemned Herod for his adulterous life/marrying his brother’s wife 7x1=7 mk
      • They lack faith in God’s word.
      • Divisions along tribal/racial/denominational lines affect unity among Christians.
      • Clinging to the past/inability to abandon the old/previous life style.
      • Negative attitude by the rich towards the needy/poor.
      • The influence of the mass media/moral decadency in society.
      • Some Christians lack what to share with others/poverty.
      • There is rampant corruption in the society.
      • The emergence of cult leaders/false prophets in the society/lack of role models.
      • Some Christians lead hypocritical life.
      • Peer pressure. (5x1=5 mks)
    1. With reference to the sermon on the plain, state five teachings of Jesus on how human beings should relate to one another (. Lk 6:17-49) 5marks
      • Human beings should love one another/ their enemies.
      • They should practice sharing/help others/ be generous.
      • They should be merciful to each other/ kind/ compassionate.
      • They should not judge/ condemn others.
      • They should forgive one another/ not revenge.
      • Pray for those who wrong them.
      • They should not discriminate against each other.
      • They should be good to those who hate them.
        5x1=5 mks
    2. Describe the incident when Jesus calmed the storm (lk 8:22-25 )
      • Jesus got into a boat with his disciples.
      • He told them that they should go to the other side of the lake and so they set out.
      • As they sailed, Jesus fell asleep.
      • 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, master we are perishing.”
      • Jesus got up, rebuked the wind and the raging waters/ waves.
      • The storm subsided/ ceased/ there was calm.
      • Jesus asked the disciples where their faith was.
      • The disciples were afraid/ they marveled.
      • The disciples wondered who Jesus was that even the wind and water could obey Him.
        10 marks
    3. Identify virtues that Christians learn from the miracle of the feeding of the 5000
      • Service
      • Obedience
      • Faith/trust
      • Humility
      • Cooperation
      • Thankfulness
      • Carefulness
      • Responsibility
      • Kindness/generosity/sharing
      • Concern/compassion/mercy
      • SSSRespect .5marks
    1. Outline events that took place between the death and burial of Jesus. Luke 23:44-56 .7marks
      • The sun stopped shining/there was darkness over the land
      • The curtain of the temple was torn into two
      • Jesus committed his spirit into his father’s hand. Breathed his last breath
      • The centurion who witnessed the death of Jesus praised God/confessed that Jesus was an innocent man
      • The multitude who witnessed the death beat their breasts as they went away
      • The women from Galilee stood at a distance/watched in silence
      • Joseph of Arimathea went to Pilate to ask for the body of Jesus
      • He took down the body from the cross/wrapped it in linen clot and laid it in a tomb
      • The women from Galilee followed Joseph/saw the tomb/how the body was laid.
      • Peter was afraid of being arrested/killed
      • He was overcome by the devil/Satan
      • The denial had been predicted by Jesus
      • Peter was confused by the turn of events
      • He was disappointed by the fact that Jesus did not fight back
      • He lacked faith in Jesus
      • He had not support /solidarity with other disciples (3 x 2 =6mks)
      • Through the death of Jesus Christians are forgiven their sins
      • Christians are not supposed to make animal sacrifices to God
      • It demonstrates God’s love for human beings
      • Christians have a personal relationship with God
      • Christians are able to commit themselves to the will of God.
      • It enables Christians to face death with courage
      • Through his death, salvation/eternal life is availed to all people
      • He has become their everlasting high priest by offering his own body
        (7 x 1 =7mks)
    1. Reasons why Jesus sent the Holy spirit to the disciples after his ascension
      • The Holy Spirit would comfort the disciples
      • He was to council the disciples
      • He would guide the disciples on what is right/god’s righteousness
      • He was to convict people of their sins
      • He to the disciples on what is right/God’s righteousness
      • He was to convict people of their sins
      • He was to reveal the future/enable the disciples to prophets/God’s will
      • He would glorify Jesus through the work of the disciples
      • He would enable the disciples to witness Christ throughout the world.
      • He would replace the physical presence of Jesus/stay with the disciple forever
      • He would empower the disciples to be able to speak with courage/confidence/authority.
        (7x1=7 mks)
    2. Describe how the unity of believers is expressed in the body of Christ. (8 marks)
      • St. Paul describes the believers as the body of Christ
      • Christ is the head of the church
      • The believers form parts of the body.
      • The body has different organs. In the same way the Church has different members
      • They all need to work together for the well-being of the church.
      • Every part of the body is needed to make it whole /all parts are interdependent/ one part cannot be without the other.
      • The different church members are given different spiritual gifts by the Holy Spirit to carry out God’s work.
      • Believers are united through baptism in the Holy Spirit.
    3. State ways in which Christians in Kenya demonstrate the New Testament teaching on unity. (5 marks)
      • Christians meet for prayers/fellowship together.
      • They observe a day of worship to honor God.
      • They share the Holy communion/meals.
      • They help those who are poor/needy
      • They solve problems affecting the Church members
      • They hold joint crusades/rallies
      • They also cooperate by providing Christian programs in the mass media/ resource materials.
      • They speak in one voice to condemn evil in society
    1. Causes of premarital sex among the youth in Kenya today
      • There is erosion of traditional/christian values/ permissiveness
      • Some youth lack guidance/ counselling
      • They are influenced by the mass media
      • Influence of drugs/drug abuse
      • Negative peer influence/pressure
      • Some youth lack life skills
      • The desire to prove manhood/ fertility
      • Idleness/ boredom/ unemployment among the youth
      • Poverty/ desire for money/ affluence
      • Fear of being rejected/ desire to maintain a relationship
      • Some do it out of curiosity
      • Availability of contraceptives
      • Poor role models
      • Frustrations
    2. Christian teaching on marriage
      • Marriage is instituted/ ordained by God/ sacred.
      • Christian marriage should be monogamous
      • Marriage should be between a man and a woman/ not between individuals of the same sex.
      • Marriage is complete with/ without children
      • Marriage is procreation/ companionship
      • Husband and wife should complement each other.
      • Marriage should be based on mutual love/ repsect/ faithfulness.
      • The husband is the head in marriage/ wife to submit to the husband.
      • Marriage unites husband and wife as one flesh.
      • Marriage is permanent/ divorce/ separation is not allowed
      • Marriage partners should satisfy each other sexual needs/ conjugal rights
      • It is not a must for one to marry/ be celibate
      • Re-marriage is allowed after the death of a partner.
    3. Reasons why virginity is encouraged in both traditional African Community and Christianity.
      • It ensures purity/ chastity of an individual before marriage
      • To uphold the moral values of the community
      • In order to portect the gift of sex from being misused
      • To protect the youth from suffering/ unwanted pregnancies/ diseases
      • To uphold the dignity/ reputation of individuals
      • It is a source of joy/ prestige to the couple
    1. The negative effects of the introduction of money economy on traditional African communities.
      • It has led to introduction of wage labour instead of communal working that existed
      • It led to migration to town as people search for better paying jobs, destroying the closely knit traditional way of life.
      • It has led to the formation of Socio-Economic classes among the people/rich versus poor thus creating suspicion/insecurity.
      • It has created individualism which has destroyed the communal way of living /extended family relationship.
      • It has led to vices like bribery/corruption/exploitation which have replaced honesty/fairness in traditional African setting.
      • The dependency on no money has led to social evils like prostitution, immorality which has destroyed the traditional concept of marriage /value of sex.
      • It has led to private ownership of land /land can be bought by those with money one hence destroying the traditional land ownership.
      • Dowry has been commercialized thus destroying the traditional African meaning of showing appreciation of the family of the bride /girl
      • The type of education one receives is now determined by the amount of money one has unlike in the traditional set up where the elders passed on education to all without being paid.
      • Due to the introduction of money economy modern means of transport have been acquired which has led to accidents/pollution of the environment.
      • Age is no longer a determinant of social status /a rich young man maybe respected by an elder who is not economically stable.
        (4x2=8 mks)
    2. Methods of disciplinary errant members in traditional African communities.
      • Paying fines
      • Denying children food for some time.
      • Reprimanding wrong doers.
      • Giving unpleasant names to reflect the wrong that the person has done
      • Denying culprits access to social occasions / being detained / isolation
      • Summoning an indiscipline member before the council of elders.
      • Excommunicating wrong doers from the community.
      • 'Through caning and beating.
      • Disowning by parents / relative / friends.
      • Being cursed by elders,
      • Refusing to name children after them. (6x1=6 mks)
    3. Obstacles to effective maintenance of law and order in Kenya today.
      • There is an increase in the rate of crime / the law enforcement officers can
      • Not cope with the work load.
      • Due to unequal distribution of resources,
      • Permissiveness in the society.
      • Due to political instability / incitement by politicians,
      • Extreme poverty.
      • Social discrimination.
      • Some cultural beliefs / practices hinder effective maintenance of law/
      • High rate of unemployment.
      • Bribery / corruption.
      • Greed for material wealth
      • Inadequate modern equipment to combat crime,
      • Delay in the delivery of justice to the offended.
      • The citizens lack knowledge on the procedures for the effective maintenance of law and order
        (6x1=6 mks)

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