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

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CRE
PAPER 2

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  •  Answer ANY FIVE questions in the answer sheets provided.

 

  1.        
    1. Narrate the story of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth in Luke 1:39-56. (7mks)
    2. Outline eight similarities between the work of John the Baptist and that of Jesus. . (8mks)
    3. State five lessons Christians can learn from the story of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth. (5mks)
  2.       
    1. Describe the incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth (luke 4:16-30) (7mks)
    2. Give four reasons why Jesus faced opposition from the Pharisees in Galilee. (Luke 5:12-6:11) (8mks)
    3. State five ways in which church leaders can respond to those who oppose them in their work. (5mks)
  3.           
    1. Identify six characteristics of the Pharisees at the time of Jesus Christ. (6mks)
    2. Give eight reasons why Jesus referred to the Pharisees as hypocrites. (8mks
    3. State six lessons Christians learn from the teaching of Jesus on watchfulness And readiness. (6mks)
  4.       
    1. Write down the fruits of the Holy Spirit as taught by saint Paul in( Galatians 5:22-23) (6mks)
    2. Outline seven teachings of saint Paul on proper use of the gifts of speaking in tongues and prophecy . (7mks)
    3. Identify seven ways in which the gifts of the Holy spirit are manifested in Church today. (7mks)
  5.      
    1. What are the advantages of monogamous marriage? (8mks)
    2. State the factors tat have led to misuse of drugs in Kenya today. (7mks)
    3. Give reasons why the church is involved in the fight against HIV and Aids (5mks)
  6.         
    1. Identify ways through which wealth is acquired in Kenya today . (5mks)
    2. Explain four ways in which people misuse their wealth in society today. (8mks)
    3. State seven actions Christians would take in handling cases of dishonesty. (7mks)

MARKING SCHEME

  1.              
    1. Narrate the story of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth in Luke 1:39-56. (7mks)
      • After Angel Gabriel left, Mary went with haste to the hill country to a city in Judah
      • She entered the house of Zachariah and greated Elizabeth
      • When Elizabeth heard the greetings, the baby in her womb leaped.
      • Elizabeth was filled with the holy spirit
      • She praised Mary and the fruit of her womb.
      • Elizabeth wondered why the mother of the Messiah should pay her a visit.
      • She told Mary, that when she greeted her, the baby in her womb had lept with joy.
      • She praised Mary for her faith in the prophecies of God.
      • Mary praised God through the magnificat.
      • Mary remained with Elizabeth for three months and then returned home.
        (7x1= 7mks)

    2. Outline eight similarities between the work of John the Baptist and that of Jesus. . (8mks)
      • Both preached on the need for repentance and forgiveness of sin.
      • Both had disciples
      • Both lived a humble and simple life.
      • Both condemned Jewish leaders for their evils.
      • Both were God’s messengers.
      • Both were rejected by the Pharisees and the teachers of the law.
      • They were both accused of having demons
      • Both preached about sharing and helping the needy.
      • Both came to Baptise people.
      • The mission of both was a fulfilment of the old testament prophecies
      • Both preached about God’s judgement and punishment for sinners
        (8x1 = 8mks)

    3. State five lessons Christians can learn from the story of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth. (5mks)
      • Christians should thank God for his blessings .
      • They should sing songs of praise to God.
      • Christians should find time to be with friends and relatives.
      • They should fellowship with others.
      • They should visit the sick and the needy.
      • They should pray for God’s inspiration.
      • Christians should appreciate others for their faith in God.
      • They should testify to each other about God’s salvation in their lives .
      • They should have faith in God (5x1= 5mks)

  2.                   
    1. Describe the incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth (luke 4:16-30) (7mks)
      • Jesus came to Nazareth where he had been brought up.
      • He went into the synagogue as he usually did on the Sabbath day
      • He was given the book of prophet Isaiah when he stood up to read.
      • He opened the book found the place that was written about him and read it to the people.
      • After reading he closed the book, gave it to the attendant and sats down.
      • Everybody in the synagogue looked at him.
      • He told them that the scripture he had read fulfilled in their hearing
      • All the people were unhappy with what he had spoken.
      • People wondered aloud “is this not Joseph’s son?”
      • Jesus told them that they would ask him to do in his own country things he had done in Capernaum.
      • He told them that there were many widows in Israel during the time of Elijah but God sent the prophet to a widow in Zerephath( God only healed Naaman the Syrian of leprosy during the time of prophet Elisha .
      • They were filled with anger/wanted throw him headlong /down the cliff
      • Jesus passed through their midst and went away .
        (7x7= 7mks)

    2. Give four reasons why Jesus faced opposition from the pharasees in Galilee. (Luke 5:12-6:11) (8mks)
      • Jesus touched a man with leprosy which was against the Jewish law.
      • He forgave/healed sins which the pharasees knew only God could do/ healed the paralysed man.
      • He mixed/ ate with the tax collectors who were known to be sinners.
      • Jesus made it clear to them that he had not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance .
      • His disciples did not fast, like those of John the Baptist which annoyed the pharasees.
      • He challenged them to move from the old traditional order to the new one which he had brought.
      • The disciples of Jesus plucked and ate grains on the Sabbath day which was unlawful/ He healed a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath day.
        ( 4x2=8mks)

    3. State five ways in which church leaders can respond to those who oppose them in their work. (5mks)
      • Find out the causes /reasons for the opposition.
      • The church leaders should pray for /with them.
      • Explain to them the gospel truth in a humble manner /guide and counsel them.
      • Seek reconciliation through a third party / another person.
      • Involve them in decision making / church activities
      • Recognize their efforts in supporting the church matters.
      • Visit them in their homes /fellowship with them/preaching
      • Assist them when in problems
      • Send them messages of encouragement (financial /material etc)
      • Change your approach to issues /reform where necessary
        (5x1= 5mks)

  3.     
    1. Identify six characteristics of the pharisees at the time of Jesus Christ. (6mks)
      • They were one of the Jewish religious sects.
      • They strictly observed the law of Moses and the traditions of the elders.
      • They were rich people in the Jewish society who regarded wealth as a blessing from God
      • They believed in the resurrection of the dead.
      • They were pious people.
      • They did not mix with other people.
      • They were teachers of the law of Moses.
      • They supervised the observance of the law.
      • They were strong Nationalists and resisted all foreign influences and power.
      • They served in Sanhedrin, the Jewish council.
      • They believed in the resurrection of the dead
      • They believed in the existence of angles , demons and Satan.
        (6x1= 6mks)

    2. Give eight reasons why Jesus referred to the pharisees as hypocrites.
      • They considered themselves righteous
      • They despised others
      • They exalted themselves in public places.
      • They did not apply the commandments appropriately
      • They followed Jesus with an intention of finding faults
      • They had altered the law of Moses to suit their selfish motives
      • Their negative influence on the people was hidden and yet widespread.
      • They persecuted and killed God’s prophets.
      • They stressed on the traditions of elders as opposed to God’s commandments
      • They emphasised the outwards observance of the law as opposed to the inner piety .
        (8x1= 8mks)

    3. State six lessons Christians learn from the teaching of Jesus on watchfulness And readiness. (6mks)
      • Christians should continue with the mission of Jesus Christ.
      • They should testify to others the lordship of Jesus as saviour .
      • They should accept suffering as part of Christian discipleship.
      • They should forgive those who sin against them.
      • They should prepare themselves for the kingdom of God.
      • They should have faith in Jesus Christ.
      • They should be able to interpret the signs of the end times.
      • Christians will be punished by God if they do not repent.
      • They should expect the second coming of Jesus Christ at any time.
        (6x1=6mks)
  4.                
    1. Write down the fruits of the Holy Spirit as taught by saint Paul in ( Galatians 5:22-23) (6mks)
      • love
      • joy
      • peace
      • kindness
      • Goodness
      • Self control
      • Gentleness
      • patience
      • faithfulness 
        (6x1= 6mks)

    2. Outline seven teachings of saint Paul on proper use of the gifts of speaking in tongues and prophecy . (7mks)
      • In a congregation , two or three people should speak in tongues .
      • Those who speak in tongues should do so one after the other .
      • They should allow an interpreter to explain their message . if there is no interpreter , they should refrain from speaking in tongue or do so in privacy.
      • If there is no interpreter , they stand refrain from speaking in tongues or do so in privacy.
      • Only two or three people should prophecy in a meeting.
      • The message of the two prophets should be listened to and assessed by the believers .
      • Any person who receives a revelation should be given a chance to speak as others listen.
      • Prophets should speak one at a time.
      • The gifts of speaking in tongues and prophecy should be done in an orderly manner .
        (7x1 = 7mks)

    3. Identify seven ways in which the gifts of the Holy spirit are manifested in Church today. (7mks)
      • By speaking in tongues
      • Through faith healing
      • By preaching the word of God
      • Through helping the needy
      • By having the ability to discern the gifts of Holy spirit.
      • By interpreting the scriptures.
      • Condemning evils in society
      • Through translation of the Bible
      • Through worship of God.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
  5.          
    1. What are the advantages of monogamous marriage? (8mks)
      • It enhances intimacy / conjugal rights in the family
      • Upholds dignity/ honour of the family members/children respect their father
      • Security is enhanced
      • Love is not divided
      • It eases wrangles on property ownership/inheritance
      • It is a covenant protected by God / the state
      • Law and order prevails in the family/ there is harmony/unity
      • It reduces the risk of being infected with sexually transmitted infection/ HIV and AIDS.
      • Providing for family needs / resources is easier.
      • It is easier to develop mutual confidential/trust among family members
      • It reduces delinquency among the children .
      • The woman takes pride in the marriage /is able to enjoy privileges
        (8x1 = 8mks)

    2. State the factors tat have led to misuse of drugs in Kenya today. (7mks)
      • Poor role models /lack role models
      • Stress/depression/rebellion
      • Peer pressure/curiosity
      • Influence of mass media
      • Availability /cheap cost of drugs / too much wealth
      • Irresponsible parenthood
      • Lack of guidance and counselling
      • Corruption/greed
      • Poverty
      • Moral decay/permissiveness in the society
      • Lack of knowledge /ignorance on the use of drugs
      • Idleness /unemployment
      • Urbanisation/western culture
        (7x1 7mks)

    3. Give reasons why the church is involved in the fight against HIV and Aids (5mks)
      • It is a continuation of Jesus works of healing
      • The church has a duty to guide and counsel/promote moral values in the society
      • To cater for the infected /affected members within the church
      • To conserve /preserve God’s creation –death
      • It is the duty of the church to help reduce human suffering-orphans
      • To promote economic development
      • To promote peace in the family / co-existence
        (5x1 mks)

  6.             
    1. Identify ways through which wealth is acquired in Kenya today . (5mks)
      • Through inheritance
      • Through industrial investment
      • By exploitation of natural resources
      • Through trading activities
      • Commercial farming
      • By investing money in financial institutions
      • Through employment
      • Through receiving gifts and donations
      • Through gambling
      • Through exploitation of talents.
        (5x1 = 5mks)

    2. Explain four ways in which people misuse their wealth in society today. (8mks)
      • By spending money in alcohol and drug abuse.
      • Promoting prostitution
      • Use of wealth in gambling
      • Using wealth to buy luxuries
      • Using money to bribe judges and magistrates to win favours
      • Using money to buy positions of power
      • Using wealth to show off/ brag
      • Use of wealth to promote dangerous sports and games
      • Giving too much money to young children.
        (4x2 = 8mks)

    3. State seven actions Christians would take in handling cases of dishonesty. (7mks)
      • Find out the causes of dishonesty.
      • Help the people to meet their needs.
      • Offering guidance and counselling services
      • Forgiving the offenders
      • Praying for them to change
      • Encouraging them to repent and seek forgiveness.
      • Report the matter to the authorities
      • Help the people to set up income generating projects
      • Preach to them to uphold Christians values
      • Delegate duties to responsible persons
      • Teach them to live responsibly
        (7x1 = 7mk)

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