CRE Questions and Answers - Form 2 End of Term 3 Exams 2022

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QUESTIONS

  1.                  
    1. State six conditions given by God to the Israelites during the renewal of the Sinai covenant. (6mks)
    2. How activities of Jeroboam led the nation of Israel into idolatry. (7mks)
    3. Why do some Christians find it difficult to follow the law of God. (7mks)
  2.                    
    1. Outline six roles of priests in traditional African communities. (6mks)
    2. Explain four importance of kinship ties in traditional African communities. (8mks
    3. Outline the characteristic of the African community. (6mks)
  3.                      
    1. State seven similarities in the annunciation of the birth of John the Baptist and that of Jesus Christ. (7mks)
    2. Show how John the Baptist prepared the way for the messiah. (6mks)
    3. with reference to the story of the rich man and Lazarus, explain the teachings of Jesus on the Proper use of wealth. (Luke 16:19-31). (7mks)
  4.                  
    1. Outline six signs of the end times as taught by Jesus in (Luke 21:5-38) (6mks)
    2. Give seven ways in which Christians are preparing themselves for the second coming of Jesus Christ. (7mks)
    3. State seven lessons Christians learn from the incident in which Jesus forgave the sinful woman. (7mks)

MARKING SCHEME

  1.                                                    
    1. State six conditions given by God to the Israelites during the renewal of the Sinai covenant. (6mks)
      • To obey what God commanded them.
      • Not to make any treaty with people of the land where they were going.
      • To destroy their altars/sacred stones/cut down their Asherah.
      • Not to worship any idol/other gods.
      • To keep the feast of unleavened bread.
      • To rest on the Sabbath day.
      • Not to intermarry with foreigners.
      • Not to make idols.
      • To offer to God the first fruits of their crops.
      • To dedicate all their first born male children. And first born male of their domestic animals to God.
    2. Describe how the Sinai covenant was sealed. (7mks)
      • Moses built an altar of 12 stones/pillars to represent the 12 tribes of Israel.
      • He sent young men to offer/sacrifice oxen to the lord as burnt offering.
      • He took half of the blood and poured in a basin.
      • Half of the blood was sprinkled in the altar.
      • He then took the book of the covenant and read it to the Israelites.
      • The Israelites promised to obey God.
      • He took the remaining blood and sprinkled it upon the people/Israelites.
      • The blood was the seal of the covenant that the lord made with the people.
      • God promised to bless them, if they obey him.
      • A new relationship was established between God and the Israelites.
    3. Why do some Christians find it difficult to follow the law of God. (7mks)
      • Lack of faith.
      • Worldly pleasures.
      • Poverty.
      • Lack of exemplary Christian leaders.
      • Influence from non-Christians.
      • Indulgence in traditional beliefs and practices.
      • Influence of the mesterice culture.
      • Lack of committed Christian community.
      • Political persecution.
      • Negative influence of the media.
  2.                    
    1. outline six roles of priests in traditional African communities. (6mks)
      • They gave sacrifices to God and poured libations to ancestors.
      • They act as advisors of the community.
      • The priest interceded or offered prayers to God, spirits and ancestors on behalf of the people. they are the religious symbols of God’s presence in the community.
      • In some communities the priests can act as a political leader.
      • They solved or settled disputes in the society/judged cases.
      • Priests precide over religious ceremonies and festivals in their communities.
      • They take care of shrines or places of worship.
      • They are custodians of customs, taboos and traditions of the community.
    2. explain four importance of kinship ties in traditional African communities. (8mks)
      • Kinship ties help in preserving traditional customs through informal education.
      • They bind the entire life of a community/unites members of the same clan and family.
      • It helps to maintain law and order in the community.
      • A kinship tie promotes a sense of belonging, identity and security.
      • It defines punishment and reward in the community.
      • It regulates marriage relationship in the community.
      • Kinship ties helps in settling disputes in the community or family.
      • It defines duties/responsibilities of members of the clan or family.
      • It governs the relationship between the living and the dead.
      • Kinship prepares the youth for leadership roles.
      • It enables people to share and help one another.
    3. Identify six factors that have affected the kinship ties in the traditional African communities. (6mks)
      • Formal education.
      • Modern religious Christianity and Islam.
      • Mass media influence.
      • Permissiveness in the society.
      • Western civilization or culture.
      • Urbanization.
      • Individualism.
      • Modern science and technology.
  3.              
    1. State seven similarities in the annunciation of the birth of John the Baptist and that of Jesus Christ. (7mks)
      • In both, the message was delivered by angel Gabriel.
      • In both cases the mission of john and Jesus were specified by the angel.
      • In both the possibility of the message was doubted by Zachariah and Mary.
      • In both cases signs were given to confirm the messages to Zachariah and Mary.
      • In both the children were to be the servants of God.
      • In both cases children were to be male.
      • In both the birth were to be through divine intervention.
      • In both the names of the children were given by the angels.
    2. Show how John the Baptist prepared the way for the messiah. (6mks)
      • He preached repentance for forgives of sins.
      • He introduced Jesus to the public as the Lamb of God that would take away the sins of the world.
      • He baptized people as a symbol of repentance and readiness for the coming of messiah.
      • He baptized Jesus as a way of preparing him for his mission.
      • He preached about good news about the messiah who would come after him and greater than him.
      • He said he was not the messiah.
      • He encouraged the spirit of sharing with less fortunate.
      • He baptized those who repented.
      • Tax collectors were told not to overcharge.
      • He reprimanded Herod for marrying his brother’s wife.
      • He advised soldiers not to rob.
    3. With reference to the story of the rich man and Lazarus, explain the teachings of Jesus on the proper use of wealth. (Luke 126:19-31). (7mks)
      • Jesus taught that wealth should be used to alleviate the suffering of others/or help the needy.
      • Wealth should be used to spread the good news.
      • Wealth should be used to serve others and glorify GOD.
      • Wealth should not be used to buy unnecessary luxury materials when others are suffering.
      • Proper use of wealth enables one to be rewarded in heaven.
      • Wealth should not be used to oppress or humiliate the poor.
      • Too much trust in wealth can prevent someone from having eternal life or entering the kingdom of GOD.
      • Wealth is a gift and blessing from GOD/Christians are custodians of wealth.
      • Wealth is temporary/not permanent so should be used wisely.
  4.                        
    1. Outline six signs of the end times as taught by Jesus in (Luke 21:5-38) (6mks)
      • Strange things will happen to heavenly bodies i.e. sun moon star etc.
      • People will come claiming to be the messiah.
      • There will be wars between nations.
      • Natural calamities like earthquakes and roaring of the seas will occur.
      • The followers of Christ will be hated and persecuted.
      • There will be famine /pestilences.
    2. Give seven ways in which Christians are preparing themselves for the second coming of Jesus Christ. (7mks)
      • Christians pray and fast in readiness for the second coming of Jesus.
      • By confessing Jesus as their personal savior.
      • Living holy lives or pursuing righteousness.
      • Through preaching the gospel to others/winning souls for Christ.
      • Reading and practicing the word of God.
      • By fellowshipping and encouraging one another.
      • By helping the needy or poor in the society.
      • Christians confess or repent their sins.
    3. State seven lessons Christians learn from the incident in which Jesus forgave the sinful woman. (7mks)
      • Christians should confess/repent their sins.
      • The kingdom of God is open to all/universal.
      • Christians should have faith in god.
      • Christians should be merciful./show compassion to those who are lost in sin.
      • Christians should be grateful for free gift of salvation/forgiveness of sin.
      • Christians should be humble.
      • Christians should preach the gospel to all without discrimination

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