CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Bondo Joint Mocks Exams 2022

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Instructions to candidates

  • This paper consists of six questions.
  • Answer any five questions in the spaces provided at the end of question 6.
  • Do not remove any page from this booklet.
  1.    
    1. Explain the Jewish expectations concerning the Messiah. (7 marks)
    2. Describe the events that took place when Jesus was born (Luke 2:6-20) (6 marks)
    3. Identify seven lessons Christians learn about family relationships from the incident when Jesus accompanied his parents for the Passover Festival (7marks)
  2.   
    1. State six qualities of a true disciple according to Jesus teaching as recorded in Luke 6:20-49. (6marks)
    2. Describe the incident in which Jesus calmed the storm (Luke 8:22-25) (8marks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should have faith in God (6marks)
  3.  
    1. Outline eight instructions that Jesus gave to the seventy two disciples when he sent them on a mission. (8 marks)
    2. Outline the preparations that Jesus made for the last supper. (6 marks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians take part in the Lord’s Supper. (6 marks)
  4.  
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the disciples after his ascension. (7marks)
    2. Explain how the unity of believers is expressed in the image of the Bride. (6 marks)
    3. Identify ways in which the Christians in Kenya demonstrate the New Testament teaching on unity. (7 marks)
  5.  
    1. State six similarities between the Christian and African traditional view on leisure (6 marks)
    2. Give seven reasons why Christians condemn the taking of alcohol as a way of spending leisuretime? (7 marks
    3. Explain the Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure (7 marks)
  6.    
    1. Give seven reasons why laws are important to the people of Kenya (7 marks)
    2. Identify the areas of co-operation between the church and the state? (7 marks)
    3. State ways in which Christians have politically transformed the society. (6 marks)

Marking Scheme

  1.      
    1. Explain the Jewish expectations concerning the Messiah. (7 marks)
      • The Jews expected the Messiah to come from the lineage of David/ royal descent.
      • They expected the Messiah to come after the return of Prophet Elijah.
      • The Jews expected the Messiah to be a political leader/one who would overthrow the Roman rulers.
      • The Messiah would convert Jerusalem to be the Centre of rule/ political centre.
      • The Messiah was not expected to associate with the poor/sinners/ gentiles.
      • The Messiah was expected to make Judaism a superior religion.
      • The Jews expected a Messiah who would perform miracles.
      • They expected the establishment of the Kingdom of the Messiah to be preceded by cosmic signs/mysteries.
      • They expected the Messiah to establish the Kingdom by conquering the enemies of Israel.
      • The Messiah was to rule the whole world.
        7x1=7marks
    2. Describe the events that took place when Jesus was born (Luke 2:6-20)
      • Mary, the mother of baby Jesus wrapped him in swaddling clothes.
      • She laid him in a manger
      • An angel of the Lord appeared to the shepherds
      •  A multitude of angels appeared singing praises of God.
      • The shepherds hurried to see the baby
      • The shepherds spread the news to many people
      • The shepherd sung/praised God after they had seen baby Jesus
      • The shepherds returned to their homes/work.
        (6x1 =6 mks)
    3. Lessons Christians learn about family relationships from the incident when Jesus accompanied his parents for the Passover Festival.
      • Children 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 the family
      • Parents should recognize their children’s talents/ abilities
      • There should be open communities among family members
        (7x1=7 marks)
  2.      
    1. State six qualities of a true disciple according to Jesus teaching as recorded in Luke 6:20-49 (6mks)
      • Perseverance in the face of persecution – A true disciple should endure suffering
      • Unwavering faith in Jesus – a true disciple should have absolute faith in God.
      • Love for enemies – a true disciple should love even their enemies/pray for them
      • Obedient/implementers of the teaching of Jesus – A true disciples should accept theLordship of Christ/implement His teaching.
      • Forgiving others -A true disciple should forgive others /not revenge
      • Generosity/kindness-A true disciple should share with others/be generous
      • Not to judge others-A True disciple should exercise self criticism before judging others
      • Show compassion/mercy to others –A true disciple should be merciful just like God.
        (6x1=6marks)
    2. Describe the incident in which Jesus calmed the storm (Luke 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 so they sent 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 we are perishing”
      • Jesus got up and rebuked the wind/the raging water/wave
      • 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.
        (8x1 = 8mks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians should have faith in God
      • God fulfills the promises he makes to human being
      • Faith is a requirement for all Christians
      • Those who pray in faith receive their request
      • Christians are dependent on God for all things
      • Faith is a sign of commitment to God/help Christians to grow spiritually
      • It’s through faith in God that Christians can perform miracles/great things
      • Christians who have faith in God can be saved/healed
      • Faith in God helps Christians to overcome temptations/face challenges/persecution.
      • Faith in God enables the Christians to wait patiently for the second coming of Christ/Kingdom of God.
        (6x1=6marks)
  3.     
    1. Outline the instructions that Jesus gave to the seventy two disciples when he sent them on a mission. (8mks)
      • The disciples were to pray for more labourers to be sent for the harvest,
      • The disciples were not to carry any purse / bag / sandals
      • They were not to salute anyone on the road.
      • They were to say peace to any house they entered.
      • They were to remain in the same house / NOT to go from house to house.
      • They were to eat / drink whatever was provided.
      • They were to heal the sick
      • They were, to tell the people that the kingdom of God has corne near
      • They were to wipe off the dust on their feet against the people if not received.(8x1=8marks)
    2. Outline the preparations that Jesus made for the last supper Luke 22:7-14 s
      • Jesus sent Peter and John to prepare for the last supper/ Passover
      • He instructed two disciples to go into the city/ Jerusalem
      • He told them that they would meet a man in the city carrying a jar of water
      • Jesus told them that they should follow the man into the house he would enter
      • Once in the house, the disciples were to ask the owner/ householder to show them the guest room
      • Jesus told the disciples that the householder/ owner would show them a large furnished upper room
      • He instructed the disciples to prepare the room
      • The disciples prepared the meal
      • Jesus together with his disciples sat down in the prepared room
        (6 x 1 = 6 mks)
    3. Give six reasons why Christians take part in the Lord’s Supper.
      • Through it, they remember the death of Jesus as a sacrifice for the forgiveness of sin.
      • The ceremony is a form of thanksgiving for God’s love/redemption plan
      • It is time that Christians reaffirm/renew their faith in God/bind themselves in the covenant
      • It gives Christians an opportunity to repent/ask for forgiveness of sin
      • It unites the believers/they fellowship/share with one another
      • The partakers experience the presence of God through the sharing of the bread and wine which represent his body and blood respectively
      • It is a sign of obedience to Christ who commanded the disciples to do it in his memory
      • Through it Christians anticipate the 2 nd coming of Jesus Christ
      • It is a foretaste of the heavily banquet/heavenly feast which Jesus promised his disciples.(6x1=6marks)
  4.       
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the disciples after his ascension
      • The Holy Spirit would comfort the disciples
      • He was to counsel the disciples
      • He would guide the disciples on what is right/God’s righteousness
      • He was to convict people of their sins
      • He was to remind the disciples of what Jesus had taught them
      • He was to teach people the way/truths of the Kingdom of God
      • He was to reveal the future/enable the disciples to prophesy/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 disciples forever
      • He would empower the disciples to be able to speak with courage/confidence/authority
        (7x1=7marks
    2. Explain how the unity of believers is expressed in the image of the bride. (6mks)
      • Christians are the bride
      • Jesus is the bridegroom.
      • Christians/church are to be committed/faithful to Christ as the bride is committed/faithful to the bridegroom.
      • The church is loved by Christ just as the bridegroom loves his bride.
      • The Church must remain pure/holy through love/faith in Jesus as the bride keeps her purity for her husband.
      • The committed Christians will be taken to a new home/heaven just as the bride is taken home by her husband.
      • The union between Christ and the church will be everlasting just as the union between the bride and the bridegroom is permanent.
        (6x1=6marks)
    3. Ways in which the Christians in Kenya demonstrate the New Testament teaching on unity. (7mks)
      • Christians meet for prayers/fellowship together.
      • They observe a day of worship to honour 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/seminars
      • They also cooperate by providing Christian programmes in the mass media/ resource materials.
      • They speak in one voice to condemn evil in society(7x1=7marks
  5.       
    1. State six similarities between the Christian and African traditional view on leisure (6mks)
      • In both leisure is ordained by God.
      • In both leisure time should be used to help others /needy
      • In both leisure time should be used or worship / spiritual growth.
      • In both it should be used for physical fitness/games.
      • In both it is a time to hold festivals.
      • In both idleness is condemned. 6 x1=6mks
    2. Give reasons why Christians condemn the taking of alcohol as a way of spending leisure time? (7mks)
      • It leads to conflicts/quarrels within the family
      • It leads to the misuse of family resources/wealth/poverty.
      • It may leads to alcoholism /addiction/ill health.
      • It leads to irresponsible sexual behaviour/prostitution/adultery fornication
      • It can lead to loss of job/loss of income/means of livelihood.
      • It may lead to accidents.
      • It may lead to irresponsibility/separation /divorce.
        7 x1 =7mks
    3. Explain the Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure (7mks)
      • A Christian should avoid leisure activities that lead to sin.
      • A Christian should engage in leisure activities that pleases God.
      • Christians should avoid leisure activities that lead to addiction/enslavement.
      • Christians should engage in leisure activities that provide service to others.
      • Christians should engage in leisure activities that enrich one’s knowledge of God.
      • A Christian should avoid leisure activities that are harmful to self /put one’s life at risk.
      • A Christian should engage in leisure activities that build the body /mind /soul/ and making a person alert/fit.
      • A Christian should avoid leisure activities that are harmful to others/loud music.
        7x 1=7mks
  6.      
    1. Give reasons why the Law are important to the people of Kenya
      • Laws protects people’s rights
      • Laws promote harmonious living among people
      • Laws govern /safeguard people’s property
      • Laws enables people to be involved in various development activities
      • Laws regulate power to those in authority/act as checks and balances
      • Laws ensure the security of the citizens
      • Laws regulate taxation
      • Laws prescribe punishment
      • Laws define duties/responsibilities of citizen
      • Laws define the identity/culture of the people
        Any 7x1=7 marks
    2. Identify the areas of co-operation between the church and the state?
      • The church and the state co – operate in building schools
      • In matters of education policy / funding of educational institutions.
      • In provision of health services.
      • In provision of social services.
      • In provision of employment opportunities
      • Co – operative in raising funds to develop the country.
      • The church preaches peace,/ love / unity thus helping state in maintenance of law and order.
      • The church supports the state by mobilizing citizens to adopt government policies.
      • Both the church and the state are involved in the rehabilitation of prisoners.
      • Both the church and the state offer civic education to citizens. (7x1=7marks)
    3. State ways in which Christians have politically transformed the society.
      • Christians offer prayers / provide guidance during official government functions.
      • Christians exercise their duty to vote / win political seats.
      • Christians speak out against social evils / injustices in the community / bribery/corruption /violation of the constitution.
      • Christians participate in the political life by advocating for fair distribution of wealth.
      • The Christians act as the conscience of the society by speaking against all evils/standing for what is right.
      • The politicians are sworn in using the bible so that they are bound by Christian ethicswhile carrying out their duties.
      • Christians adopt new government policies that are announced
      • They take part in the making of the country’s new constitution.
        (6 x 1 = 6 marks)

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