CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Momaliche Post Mock 2020 Exam

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Instructions to candidates.

  • This paper consists of six questions.
  • Each question is 20 marks.
  • Answer any five questions in the booklet provided.
  1.  
    1. Outline the message of Prophet Nathan about the Messiah(1 Sam 7:3-17) (6mks)
    2. Describe Mary’s visit to Elizabeth in Luke 1:39 – 56. (8 mks)
    3. Give six ways in which the church has tried to improve the life of women in Kenya. (6marks)
  2.  
    1. Describe the commissioning of the seventy two disciples (6mks)
    2. Outline eight methods used by Jesus to spread the Gospel. (8mks)
    3. Give six difficulties experienced by evangelist in their missionary work today (6mks)
  3.  
    1. Give six reasons why Jesus cleansed the temple of Jerusalem (Luke 22:8-13) (6mks)
    2. Outline the preparations that Jesus made for the last supper. (7mks)
    3. Give reasons why peter denied Jesus (7Marks)
  4.  
    1. Relate Peters’ message on the day of Pentecost in (Acts 2:1-40). (7mks)
    2. State ways in which the Holy Spirit was manifested on the day of Pentecost (6mks)
    3. Give seven ways in which the fruit of Holy Spirit is misused in church today (7mks)
  5.  
    1. Explain the teaching of Jesus about the vine and the branches in John 15:1-10. (7mks)
    2. State seven factors which brought disunity in the church at Corinth (7mks)
    3. State six ways in which churches discipline those who cause disunity in the church today (6marks)
  6.  
    1. Identify seven problems related to family life today. (7mks)
    2. Give the reasons why the church in Kenya is opposed to same sex marriage. (7mks)
    3. Explain six reasons that discourage victims of rape from reporting rape cases. (6mks)


MARKING SCHEME

  1.  
    1. Message of Prophet Nathan about the messiah 2 Sam 7:3-17
      1. His Kingdom will last forever.
      2. He will come from the lineage of David.
      3. He would save Israelites from their enemies.
      4. His Kingdom would be strong.
      5. Israel would live in peace.
      6. God would make David’s name great and bless his descendants forever.
      7. God would support the king.
        ( 6x1 = 6mks)
    2. Describe Mary’s visit to Elizabeth in Luke 1:39-56
      1. Mary rose and went to visit Elizabeth.
      2. She entered Zachariah’s house
      3. Mary greeted Elizabeth
      4. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greetings the baby leaped
      5. Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit
      6. Elizabeth exclaimed with loud cry
      7. She blessed Mary and child inside her womb
      8. Elizabeth wondered why Mary the mother of her lord would visit her
      9. Elizabeth informed Mary that the baby inside her womb had leaped for joy when she greeted her
      10. Mary responded by praising God/she composed the magnificat song
      11. Mary stayed with her for three months and then she went back (8x1=8mks)
    3. Six ways in which the church has tried to improve the life of women in Kenya.
      1. Providing them with education
      2. The church sensitizing women on their rights.
      3. Training / encouraging them to take leadership roles.
      4. Ordaining women as pastors, elders / reverends
      5. Giving them the work of guidance and counseling.
      6. Condemning all discriminations against women/ diminishing of women.
      7. Praying and preaching for their rights
      8. Building schools / institutions for girls and women to get education
      9. Establishing projects to improve them from economic hardships
      10. Printing literature on the plight of women in Kenya
      11. The church urges the government to improve the welfare of women.
      12. Rehabilitating those with life problems like prostitution or drugs addiction (6x1=6mks)
  2.  
    1. Describe the commissioning of the seventy two disciples
      1. Jesus sent out seventy two disciples
      2. They were sent out two by two
      3. They were to go to all the places where Jesus would visit
      4. He instructed them not to take any purse, bag or sandals
      5. The disciples were not to greet anyone on their way.
      6. They were to stay in the homes where they were received
      7. In towns where they were welcome, they were to heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God is near
      8. They were to disassociate themselves from hostile towns by shaking off dust and proclaim the news of God’s Kingdom.
      9. The 72 returned with joy as their mission was successfuL
        (6x1=6mks)
    2. Methods used by Jesus to spread the gospel.
      • Preaching in the temple and synagogues.
      • Healing the sick.
      • Through giving sermons.
      • Teaching using parables.
      • Through raising the dead.
      • Through questions and answers.
      • He gave assignments and answers.
      • Use of wise sayings.
      • Through demonstrations.
      • Making visits to homes - He visited Martha and Mary.
      • Using his personal life experiences.
      • Quoting the Old Testament texts.
        (8 x 1 = 8 mks)
    3. Give difficulties experienced by evangelist in their missionary work today
      1. Modern missionaries experience shortage of funds
      2. Poor transport system
      3. Language barrier
      4. Cultural diversity
      5. Rejection
      6. Insecurity
      7. Social evils such as corruption
      8. Adverse climate conditions
      9. Negative influence of mass media
      10. Lack of housing or accommodation
        ( 6x 1 = 6mks
  3.  
    1. Reasons why Jesus cleansed the temple of Jerusalem.
      1. It was a place of worship and people had defiled it.
      2. It was supposed to be a house of prayer
      3. The money changers were dishonest and acted as robbers.
      4. The people dishonored and disrespected Him in the temple.
      5. Its holy place and it had been wrongly used.
      6. The money changers were hindering the gentile worshippers from using the temple.
      7. Jesus was exercising His messianic authority.
        Any 6 points (6x1=6marks)
    2. Preparations that Jesus made for the last supper(Luke 22:8-13)
      1. Jesus sent Peter and John to prepare for the last supper/Passover
      2. He instructed two disciples to go into the city/Jerusalem
      3. He told them that they would meet a man in the city carrying a jug
      4. Jesus told him that they should follow the man into the house he was to enter
      5. Once in the house, the disciples were to ask the owner/householder to show them the guest room
      6. Jesus told the disciples that the householder/owner would show them a furnished upper roo
      7. He instructed the disciples to prepare the room
      8. The disciples prepared the meal
      9. Jesus together with his disciple sat down in the prepared room
        7x1=7mks
    3. Reasons why peter denied Jesus
      1. He was afraid of being arrested
      2. He was overcome by the devil
      3. His denial was predicted by Jesus
      4. Peter was confused by the turn of events
      5. He was disappointed by the fact that Jesus didn’t fight back
      6. He lacked faith in Jesus
      7. He had no support of other disciples
      8. He was very sure of his loyalty to Jesus
      9. His reaction was due to human weakness i.e he lacked the moral courage to stand by Jesus during His suffering
      10. The gospel portrays him as very spontaneous/impulsive / acting in the spur of the moment
        7x1=7marks
  4.  
    1. Peters’ message on the day of Pentecost in (Acts 2:1-40).
      1. He told people that the disciples were not drunk
      2. They were filled by holy spirit as fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy
      3. That Jesus was the son of God
      4. Jesus was indeed messiah. This was seen in the miracles signs and wonders performed by Jesus
      5. The suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus was according to Gods plan. Jesus had been killed by the Jews because of their wickedness
      6. God raised Jesus back to life
      7. Jesus was a descendant of David
      8. Jesus ascended to heaven and is sits at right hand side of God
      9. Jesus has been highly exalted
      10. Jesus has been made both lord and Christ and judge
      11. The holy spirit was fulfillment of the promise that Jesus Christ made to his disciples before ascension
      12. He called people to repent their sins so as to be forgiven
        Any 7 points (7x1=7marks)
    2. Ways in which the Holy Spirit was manifested on the day of Pentecost
      1. Through a sound from heaven
      2. Like mighty rushing wind
      3. As tongues of fire resting on each disciple’ head
      4. By disciples being able to speak in different languages
      5. By peter becoming courageous to preach
      6. By many people being convicted of their sins
      7. By many people repenting their sins and being baptized
        Any 6 points (6x1=6marks)
    3. Ways in which the fruit of holy spirit is misused in church today
      1. People demand favors/payments for performing miracles
      2. People claim to be under the influence of the holy spirit when they are not
      3. There is too much of speaking in tongues at the expense of other gifts
      4. Those who have the gifts of the holy spirit are proud
      5. People misinterpret the bible while claiming to be under the influence of the holy spirit
      6. Individuals cause division in church claiming that holy spirit has inspired them to start new churches
      7. Sometimes the gifts of the holy spirit are expressed in disorderly manner
      8. People use the gifts for self glorification
      9. People use the gifts to instill fear or intimidate others
      10. People speak in tongues without interpreter hence causing confusion
        (7x1=7mks)
  5.  
    1. The teaching of Jesus about the vine and the branches in John 15:1-10. (7marks)
      • God is the vine dresser/Jesus is the true vine.
      • The followers of Jesus/Christians are the branches.
      • Christians are related/united to God through Jesus.
      • The unfaithful Christian’s are the unfruitful/branches which are cut away/destroyed.
      • Christians can only bear fruits/do good things if they remain united to Christ.
      • Through Christ all Christians are joined to one other.
      • Christians should rely on God for providence.
      • Christians observe/keep God’s commandment.
        (7x1=7mks)
    2. Causes of disunity in the early church
      • Dispute in the church leadership
      • There was a belief by some Christians that the gift of speaking in tongues was the greatest.
      • There was misuse of the Lord’s Supper where people assembled according to social status and the poor were left out.
      • Some did not believe in the resurrection of the body
      • Some Christians ate food offered to the Idols thus misleading the weak in faith.
      • Sexual immorality such as incest was rampant
      • Dispute over marriage and divorce
      • Settling disputes in court before the Pagan authorities.
        (7 x 1 =7mks)
    3. Ways in which churches discipline those who cause disunity in the church today.
      • They are denied leadership position.
      • They are denied some church services e.g. burial rites.
      • They are given a warning.
      • They are reprimanded and asked to apologize.
      • Sometimes suspended from undertaking church duties /rituals
      • Leaders are asked to resign.
      • They are rebuked publicly
      • Sending them away/ex-communicated/banished from church
        (6x1=6mks)
  6.  
    1. 8 problems related to family life today.
      • Poverty.
      • Affluence which encourage luxurious & carefree living.
      • Widespread unemployment.
      • Retrenchment.
      • Separation of family members due to work, further education oe bereavement.
      • Divorce.
      • Domestic violence.
      • Mismanagement of family funds/resources.
      • HIV/AIDs.
      • Generation gap causing conflict between youth and their parents.
      • Lack of communication.
      • Mixed marriage that creates cultural and religious conflicts.
      • Alcoholism and drug abuse.
      • Science and technology
        (8 x 1 = 8 mks )
    2. Reasons why the church in Kenya is opposed to same sex marriage
      1. it may lead to contracting STI and HIV/AIDS
      2. It is against the law of the Land
      3. It is against the African culture
      4. it is a sign of lack of commitment and responsibility
      5. It is immoral/evil/abnormal
      6. marriage is for procreation which same sex marriage cannot fulfill/serve
      7. it goes against God’s commands/law
      8. it degrades human dignity/brings shame.
      9. It undermine the institution of marriage which is a gift from God which is heterosexual
      10. The bible forbids same sex marriage as a sin/abomination
      11. It can lead to psychological problems due to guilt.
      12. It can lead to death.
      13. It leads to rejection/being outcast
        (1x7=7mks
    3. Reasons that discourage victims of rape from reporting rape cases
      1. They feel ashamed/shy to reveal it to other people
      2. They fear the stigma associated with rape
      3. Some fear to be abandoned by their partner especially married women
      4. Authorities e.g peoples status might be feared
      5. Some are ignorant of their rights/they might not know whom/how to report the cases
      6. Laxity in punishing sexual offenders e.g rape cases take long
      7. Rape is agonizing/traumatizing therefore the victims feel depressed/withdrawn and they will not want to talk about it
      8. Families may discourage it especially if a relative is involved
        (1x6=6mks)

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