CRE Form 2 Questions and Answers - Term 3 Opener Exams 2021

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INSTRUCTION TO CANDIDATES.

  • Answer all questions in the spaces provided.
  1.  
    1. What is C.R.E? (1Mrk)
    2. State 5 reasons for studying C.R.E in school. (5Mrks)
    3. Identify 5 literary forms in the Bible (5Mrks)
    4. Mention 5 historical books in the bible (5Mrks)
  2.  
    1. List 5 versions of the bible used in Kenya today (5Mrks)
    2. Identify 5 effects of the bible translations into local languages (5Mrks)
    3. What is the name of the Latin Bible translation (2Mrks)
  3.  
    1. In Genesis name five attributes of God (5Mrks)
    2. Mention 5 promises God made to Abraham. (5Mrks)
    3. Name 5 characteristics of a covenant. (5Mrks)
  4.  
    1. List the ten commandments as found in Exodus chapter 20 (10Mrks)
    2. Identify 5 judges that ruled the Israelites in the wilderness. (5Mrks)
    3. List 5 lessons learnt from the failures of King Saul. (5Mrks)
  5.  
    1. State five prophesies of Nathan concerning the Messiah (5Mrks)
    2. Identify 5 major ideas in the magnificent. (5Mrks)
    3. State the lessons a childless couple learn from Zechariah and Elizabeth. (5Mrks)
  6.  
    1. Give 5 reasons why Jesus taught in parables. (5Mrks)
    2. Explain the meaning of the parable of the sower. (10Mrks)
    3. State 5 lessons that Christians learn from the parable of the sower. (5Mrks)
    4. Name two parables in which Jesus taught about persistence in prayers. (2Mrks)

MARKING SCHEME

  1.  
    1. What is C.R.E (1Mrk)
      • Christian Religious Education.
    2. State 5 reasons for studying CRE in school. (5Mrks)
      • Better understanding of God.
      • Acquire knowledge and attitudes to think critically.
      • Appreciate one’s own religion and that of others.
      • Help acquire principals of Christian living.
      • Help others develop a sense of work and identity.
      • A bridge for further studies and career development.
      • Identify answers to some life questions.
      • Contribute to achievements of national goals of education.
    3. Identify 5 literary forms in the Bible (5Mrks)
      • Legislative texts                                                 – Leviticus
      • Wise sayings                                                      – Proverbs
      • Prophetic speeches                                             – Jeremiah
      • Love songs                                                        – Songs of Solomon
      • Philosophical essays                                            – Job
      • Religious epics                                                   – Exodus
      • Epistles                                                             – Romans
      • Gospels                                                             - Luke
    4. Mention 5 historical books in the bible (5Mrks)
      • Joshua.
      • Judges.
      • Ruth.
      • 1st & 2nd Samuel.
      • 1st & 2nd Kings.
      • 1st & 2nd Chronicles.
      • Ezra.
      • Nehemiah.
      • Esther.
  2.  
    1. List 5 versions of the bible used in Kenya today (5Mrks)
      • Good News bible.
      • Revised Standard Version.
      • African Bible.
      • Common Bible.
      • King James Bible.
      • Jerusalem Bible.
      • New International Version English Bible.
      • The Living Bible.
      • The Gideon’s International Version.
    2. Identify 5 effect of the bible translations into local languages (5Mrks)
      • Development of local languages.
      • The word of God reaches more people in their local languages.
      • Improved literacy level.
      • Appreciate and identify with God – Equality of human beings.
      • Give a critical outlook on issues e.g. TAS and Christianity.
      • Founding of more mission schools and expanding existing ones.
      • Founding of African Independent churches and schools.
      • Africans took up leadership position in churches
    3. What is the name of the Latin Bible translation (2Mrks)
      • Vulgate
  3.  
    1. In Genesis name five attributes of God (5Mrks)
      • Only one God
      • Self – Existent.
      • A personal God.
      • Sole creator.
      • God of order.
      • Good and perfect.
      • Sole source of life.
      • A moral God.
      • He is a spirit.
      • He is powerful.
      • Provider and sustainer
      • He is a worker.
    2. Mention 5 promises God made to Abraham. (5Mrks)
      • He would give him a land.
      • Make his name famous.
      • He would establish an everlasting kingdom with Abraham and his descendants.
      • Protect Abraham.
      • He would give him a son.
      • Make Abraham’s descendants a great nation.
      • Free him from bondage in a foreign land.
      • Make some of his descendants kings.
      • Bless those who bless him and curse those who curse him.
      • Make families of the earth receive blessings.
      • Abraham would live a long life and die in peace.
    3. Name 5 characteristics of a covenant. (5Mrks)
      • Participants
      • A sign.
      • Promises.
      • A ceremony.
      • Consequences.
      • Permanent/should not be broken.
      • A witness.
  4.  
    1. List the ten commandments as found in Exodus chapter 20   (10Mrks)
      • You shall not have other gods before me.
      • You shall not make yourself a graven image.
      • You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.
      • Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy.
      • Honor your father and mother that you may live long.
      • You shall not kill.
      • You shall not commit adultery.
      • You shall not steal.
      • You shall not bear false witness.
      • You shall not covet your neighbor’s house.
    2. Identify 5 judges that ruled the Israelites in the wilderness. (5Mrks)
      • Deborah
      • Ehud.
      • Shamgar.
      • Othniel.
      • Gideon.
    3. List 5 lessons learnt from the failures of King Saul. (5Mrks)
      • Need for obedience and faith in God.
      • Need for patience.
      • Need for political leaders to listen to advice from church leaders.
      • Need for sincerity in worship
      • Need for turning against rivals.
  5.  
    1. State five prophesies of Nathan concerning the Messiah (5Mrks)
      • Establish the throne of David forever.
      • An heir of David’s lineage would sit on his throne forever.
      • The Messiah would save his people from their enemies.
      • God would always support such a king.
      • Keep his kingdom strong for David’s sons.
      • Make David’s name great and bless his descendants forever.
      • To give Israelites their own land.
    2. Identify 5 major ideas in the magnificent. (5Mrks)
      • God humbles the great and exalts the poor.
      • Many thanked God for being good to Mary, fulfilling his promises.
      • He puts down the mighty from their throne.
      • God regards the low, the poor and the simple.
      • God does great things. He is mighty.
      • God fill the hungry with good things.
      • God fulfils what he has promised to our fore fathers.
    3. State the lessons a childless couple learn from Zechariah and Elizabeth. (5Mrks)
      • With God everything is possible.
      • God provides children at any age.
      • With or without children life must continue.
      • Lack of children should not be a hindrance to serving God.
      • God is mysterious.
      • We should patiently wait on God.
      • God has a divine plan for our lives.
  6.  
    1. Give 5 reasons why Jesus taught in parables. (5Mrks)
      • To separate the serious seekers of God’s kingdom from the onlookers.
      • To be able to communicate effectively.
      • To capture the attention of his listeners.
      • To avoid direct confrontation with Pharisees, Sadducees and scribes.
      • To conceal his identity.
      • To bring out the attributes of an invisible God.
      • To teach the disciples that they should be persistent and never be discouraged.
    2. Explain the meaning of the parable of the sower.    (10Mrks)
      • The seed is the word of God.
      • The sower is Jesus Christ.
      • The ground represents the people and the way they respond to the word of God.
      • People respond differently to the word of God.
      • Those who hear his word and do not believe are like the seeds by the footpath.
      • Those who hear the word of God and later fall into temptations are like the seeds that fell on rocky ground.
      • Those who hear and believe but pleasures of this world influence them are like seeds that fell among thorns.
      • Those who hear, believe, respond and act according to the word of God are like the seeds that fell on good soil.
    3. State 5 lessons that Christians learn from the parable of the sower. (5Mrks)
      • Christians should not allow pleasures and riches of this world to prevent them from practicing the word of God.
      • Christians should not despair when preaching the word of God.
      • Christians should be like good soil that brings forth good fruits and great harvest.
      • Christians should resist the temptations of the worldly pleasures.
      • Christians should stand firm in their faith.
      • Christians should not have two masters at the same time i.e. worldly pleasures and God.
    4. Name two parables in which Jesus taught about persistence in prayers. (2Mrks)
      • The parable of the widow and the unjust judge.
      • The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector.

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