CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Bunamfan Cluster Pre Mock Exam 2022

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instructions To The Candidates

  • Answer any FIVE of the given questions


Questions

  1.        
    1. State six Jewish expectation of the messiah? (6mks)
    2. With reference to the incident when Jesus was dedicated, state what Simeon and Anna said about his life? (7mks)
    3. Give seven activities which the youth may involve in the church today. (7mks)
  2.  
    1. Outline seven teachings of Jesus from the sermon on the plain on true discipleship. (7mks)
    2. Narrate the healing of the paralytic man (Luke 5:17-26) (8mks)
    3. State five ways Christians can assist the physically challenged members of the society (5mks)
  3.     
    1. Describe nine events that took place when Jesus was put on the cross. Luke. 23: 33 – 46. (9mks)
    2. Give five reasons why Pilate sentenced Jesus to death yet He was innocent. (5mks)
    3. What is the importance of Jesus death to Christians today?(6mks)
  4.      
    1. With reference to the day of Pentecost, outline Peter’s message to the People. (7mks)
    2. What seven solutions did St. Paul give on causes of disunity in the Corinthian church? (7mks)
    3. In what six ways can Christians prevent division in Church in Kenya today (6mks)
  5.    
    1. Outline eight factors a Christian should consider when choosing a leisure activity. (8mks)
    2. Why is leisure important to an individual? (7mks)
    3. Explain five Ways drug addicts be assisted to overcome the problem. (5mks)
  6.        
    1. Identify six practices in traditional African societies that promoted law, order and justice? (6mks)
    2. Give seven reasons for the need of law, order and justice in the society. (7mks)
    3. Explain the factors which hinder effective maintenance of law and order in the society today (7mks)


Marking Scheme

  1.        
    1. State six Jewish expectation of the messiah?
      • Jews expected a political leader who would overthrow the Romans. (6mks)
      • Messiah who would rule the world from Jerusalem/receive homage from other nations.
      • Messiah would be a descendant of David.
      • Messiah would not associate with the poor sinners/gentiles
      • Would lead Israel to political and economic growth.
      • he would perform miracles and mighty deeds
      • Would be born in a royal family.
        1x7= (7mks)
    2. With reference to the incident when Jesus was dedicated, state what Simeon and Anna said about his life? (7mks)
      • Jesus would save people
      • He would bring glory to Israel
      • He would be a light to the gentiles
      • He would be a universal savoir
      • He would bring judgment to the Israelites
      • Many people would oppose his work
      • He would reveal secret thoughts of people
      • He would be the source of redemption for Jerusalem
    3. Give seven activities which the youth may involve in the church today. (7x1=7
      • Teaching the Sunday school.
      • Community workers/ volunteers.
      • Bible study/ Read religious literature.
      • Preaching / fellowship.
      • Clearing the church compound/General
      • Having self help projects.
      • Organize / attend religious sermons.
      • Construction of the church.
      • cleaning.
  2.            
    1. Outline seven teachings of Jesus from the sermon on the plain on true discipleship. (7mks)
      • To love their enemies/do good to those who hate them.
      • Bless those who curse them
      • Pray for those who mistreat them.
      • Not to revenge by striking back.
      • to share with the needy
      • To be merciful just as the father is merciful.
      • Not to judge or condemn others
      • Do self criticism before criticizing others
      • Forgive and they will be forgiven
      • Have unwavering faith/obey Christ’s teaching 1x7=7 mks
    2. Narrate the healing of the paralytic man (Lk 5:17-26) (8 mks)
      • Jesus was teaching in a house, among his audience were scribes and Pharisees.
      • Some people brought a paralyzed man on a bed.
      • Finding no way to bring him in, they went to the roof and let him down before Jesus.
      • When Jesus saw their great faith, he forgave the paralyzed man his sins.
      • The Pharisees and the scribes questioned Jesus of his authority to forgive sins and termed it as blasphemy.
      • Jesus challenged them on which is easier to forgive sins or say rise and walk.
      • Jesus ordered the paralytic man to rise up, take his bed and go home.
      • Immediately the man rose, took up the bed and left for home glorifying God.
      • All people were amazed and glorified God. 1x8=8mks
    3. State five Christians can assist the physically challenged members of the society (5 mks)
      • Establishing special institutions for them
      • Donating equipment, which assists them in their movement.
      • Giving them vocational training
      • Assisting them in their daily chores
      • Accepting them as human beings like themselves
      • Helping them to develop their talents e.g. games, music, drama etc.
      • Identifying their abilities and giving them employment.
      • Encouraging relatives to live with them.
      • Giving them financial assistance to start income generating projects 1x5=5
  3.    
    1. Describe 9 events that took place when Jesus was put on the cross. Lk. 23: 33 – 46. (9 marks)
      • Two thieves were crucified alongside Jesus.
      • They crucified Jesus at the place called the Skull.
      • Lots were casts to divide Jesus’ garments.
      • People stood by watching.
      • Rulers scoffed at him saying “He saved others. Let Him save himself …………”
      • Soldiers mocked Him and offered Him vinegar.
      • An inscription was put over His head “This is the King of the Jews.”
      • One of the criminals teased Him to save Himself.
      • The other thief resolved the former confirming that Jesus is Lord and innocent.
      • Jesus answered the thief of his entry into Heaven on the same night.
      • At the sixth hour there was darkness over the whole land until the ninth hour.
      • The suns’ light failed.
      • The curtains in the temple tore into two.
      • Jesus offered the last loud cry “Father into thy hands I commit my spirit.”
      • Having said so he breathed the last. 1x9=9
    2. Give five reasons why Pilate sentenced Jesus to death yet He was Innocent. (5 marks)
      • He was afraid of a Jewish revolt.
      • He did not want to be disloyal to the Roman Emperor after learning that Jesus had been accused of treason
      • He feared losing his job.
      • It was in order so that the prophecies would be fulfilled.
      • Pilate was a weak character and an opportunist who acted as the spur of the moment.
        1x5=5
    3. what is the importance of Jesus death to Christians today? (6 mks)
      • Through His death Christians are forgiven their sins / reconciles with Him.
      • It demonstrates God’s love for human beings.
      • Christians have a personal relationship with 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 interceding for them.
      • It strengthens faith of Christians.
  4.             
    1. With reference to the day of Pentecost, outline Peter’s message to the People. (7 marks)
      • He told the people that the disciples were not drunk
      • They were filled by the Holy spirit as fulfillment of God’s prophecy
      • That Jesus was the son of God
      • God’s power was seen in the miracles, signs and wonders performed by Jesus.
      • Jesus had been killed by the Jews because of their wickedness
      • God raised Jesus back to life
      • Jesus was descendant of David
      • That Jesus ascended to heaven and is at the right hand of God.
      • Jesus is the Lord/Christ
      • He called the people to repent their sins so as to be forgiven
      • They were to be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. 1x7=7
    2. What seven solutions did St. Paul give on causes of disunity in the Corinthian church. (7 marks)
      • Distribution of food: On the issue of the Hellenist no pure Jews who complained Peter chose Deacons to be responsible.
      • Disputes in the church leadership: Paul taught that personalities work all messengers of God and they too were under Jesus.
      • The eating of meal offered to idols: Those who are strong in faith should guard those who are weak. Those who have faith are to eat meal offered to idols because idols are nothing
      • The misuse spiritual of gifts – Paul reminded those who boasted of speaking in tongues that all gifts come from God.
      • The abuse of the Lords Supper: This was not to be a show off movement as it was meant to bring believers together, to share and partake of the Lord’s Supper.
      • Sexual Immorality – Paul condemned this practice and directed that the man involved should be excommunicated.
      • Settling disputes in civil courts – Paul urged the church that it was wrong for them to rely on those who did not share in their faith to judge them – they were to take cases before believers who were wise and could act as mediators.
      • Dispute over marriage and divorce: Paul would rather people choose to remain celibate like him but if they could not then they’d better marry so as not to burn with passion – He advised that divorce should not take place as this would affect families.
      • Disputes over the covering of head during worship: Paul reminded men to keep their hair short and women to be decently dressed.
      • Misunderstanding of the resurrection of the body: Paul reaffirmed that the resurrection of bthe body will actually take place. 1x7=7
    3. In what six ways can Christians prevent division in Church in Kenya today
      • Treat each other with love (6mks)
      • Avoid discrimination/ segregations/ tribalism in the church.
      • Preach / teach the word of God/ Bible truths to believers.
      • Assist those in problems/ poor/ the less fortunate/ the needy.
      • Practice humility/ avoid arrogance.
      • Openly discuss issues affecting the church/ respect the opinions of other people.
      • Pray for one another/ problems affecting the church.
      • Practice transparent leadership style.
      • Give financial reports within acceptable period of time.
      • Follow the church doctrines / constitutions / manuals/ elaborate members on church procedures.
      • Repent/ ask for forgiveness whenever they are wrong / accept their mistakes.
      • Prepare a budget annually / seasonally to ensure that the resources are well utilized.
      • Guidance and counseling. 1x6=6
  5.    
    1. Outline eight factors a Christian should consider when choosing a leisure activity. (8 marks)
      • It enables one to worship God.
      • It allows them to socialize with relative and friends.
      • It allows time to relax.
      • Allows time to create new energies.
      • Allows one to read the Bible for spiritual growth.
      • Allows one to pray for others and for oneself.
      • Allows one to visit the sick, prisoners, widows, orphans.
      • Allows one to improve his God given talents.
      • Allows one to improve his knowledge. 1x8=8
    2. Why is leisure important to an individual? (7mks)
      • Helps to relax
      • To grow spiritually
      • To socialize and make new friends
      • To gain fresh energy
      • To discover and perfect talents
      • To gain knowledge
      • To be together within family
      • To worship God (1 x 7) = 7 mks
    3. Explain five Ways drug addicts can be assisted to overcome the problem. (5 marks)
      • Making guidance and counseling services available for them.
      • Sensitize them on the dangers of drug abuse/ addiction.
      • Enhance laws against drug abuse/ enforce laws.
      • Expose them to religious activities / positive leisure activities.
      • Set good example through avoiding drug clubs e.g. Alcoholic Anonymous / seeks special treatment.
      • Encourage them to form peer group counseling club where they share experiences.
      • Engage them on productive activities to avoid laziness.
      • Show love to drug addicts. 1x5=5
  6.   
    1. Identify 6 practices in TAS that promoted law, order and justice? (6mks)
      • Cultural taboos/dos and don’ts in the society
      • Kinship ties had rules which governed their relationships
      • Oaths – swearing while making agreements.
      • Rites of passage e.g. during initiation, the youth were taught laws/secrets of society.
      • Practice of rituals in the society promoted good relationships between the living/living dead.
      • Communal life i.e. “I am because we are, and since we are therefore Iamb.”
      • Inheritance of property was done fairly which brought justice /order.
      • Worship of God/veneration of ancestors created orderliness. (1x 6 =6mks)
    2. Give seven reasons for the need of law, order and justice in the society. (7mks)
      • In order to safeguard peoples personal rights.
      • To ensure security and protection of the people and their property.
      • To promote peace and harmony
      • To attract both local and foreign investment in the country
      • To promote peaceful relationship between countries.
      • To safeguard freedom of the citizens
      • To control and check the powers of those in authority
      • To enable the gov’t to implement its taxation policies effectively and to use the money collected for the good of the community.
      • To enable Christians worship God in peace and freely spread the good news. (7 x 1) = 7
    3. Explain the factors which hinder effective maintenance of law and order in the (7 marks)
      • Increase in the rate of crime especially in urban areas
      • Political instability e.g. Post election violence
      • Greed for power and wealth
      • Political selfishness leading to dictatorship and despotism
      • High rate of unemployment leading to idleness / crime
      • Corruption especially by custodians of the law e.g. police.
      • Hypocrisy i.e. leaders misleading the society
      • High level of poverty forcing others into crime
      • Unequal distribution of wealth / rich/poor.
        1x7=7mks

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