CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Form 4 End Term 1 Exams 2022

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Questions

Answer any five questions

  1.        
    1. Outline Nathan’s prophecy concerning the coming of the messiah. (6mks)
    2. Describe the birth of John the Baptist according to Luke 1:57-79. (7mks)
    3. Give seven reasons why Christians sing in church today. (7mks)
  2.      
    1. Outline seven teachings of Jesus from the sermon on the plain on true discipleship. (7mks)
    2. Using examples give four reasons why Jesus faced opposition from the Jewish, religious leaders in Galilee. (8mks)
    3. Outline five ways in which the church leaders are preparing in the society for the second coming of Jesus. (5mks)
  3.     
    1. Narrate the parable of the great feast. (7mks)
    2. Identify seven teachings of Jesus on eschatology according to Luke 21:5-38. (7mks)
    3. State six reasons why Christians celebrate the last supper today. (6mks)
  4.       
    1. Give seven instructions Paul gave to the church in Corinth on how to use Spiritual gifts. (7mks)
    2. Explain how the unity of believers is expressed in the image of the bride Rev.2:1-22 cor11:2. (6mks)
    3. Outline the importance of the Holy Spirit to Christians today. (7mks)
  5.     
    1. Outline seven moral duties of employers to employees. (7mks)
    2. Mention seven factors that determine a just wage. (7mks)
    3. Show how retrenchment of workers affect their families. (6mks)
  6.     
    1. Identify seven sources of wealth in traditional African society. (7 marks)
    2. State the reasons why there is need for cooperation between the government and the church in Kenya today. (7 marks)
    3. What role should Christians play in trying to control pollution of the environment? (6 marks)

Marking Scheme

  1.        
    1. Outline Nathans prophecy concerning the coming of the Messiah . (6mks)
      • He will be a descendant of David
      • During his reign, God would deliver / save people of Israel from their enemies / they will dwell in peace
      • God will support such a king
      • God will ensure that the kingdom of David would be everlasting
      • He will be like the son of God
      • God will keep his kingdom strong.

    2. Describe the Birth of John the Baptist according to Lk 1:57-79. (7mks)
      • Now the time came for Elizabeth to be delivered, and she gave birth to a son
      • And her neighbors and kinsfolk heard that the Lord had shown great mercy to her, and they rejoiced with her.
      • And on the eight day, they came to circumcise the child and they would have named him Zechariah after his father but his mother said “Not so; he shall be called John”
      • And they said to her “None of your kindred is called by this name”
      • And they made signs to his father, inquiring what he would have him called
      • And he asked for a writing tablet, and wrote His name is John,” And they all marveled
      • And immediately his mouth was opened and his tongue loosed and he spoke blessing God
      • And fear came on all his neighbours . And all these things were talked about through all the hill country of Judea.
      • And the child grew and became strong in spirit and he was in the wilderness till the day of his manifestation

    3. Give seven reasons why Christians sing in church today. (7mks)
      • It is an opportunity to praise / adore God ii) Christians pass messages / pray through singing
      • Singing removes tension / makes worshippers relax
      • Singing creates an atmosphere of worship
      • Singing removes boredom because of the varied activities during the service
      • God given talents are portrayed / enhanced during singing
      • Non members are attracted to the church through singing
      • Those who feel depressed are encouraged through singing
      • Singing whites / brings worshippers together as they all join in a chorus / song / harmony

  2.                 
    1. 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 what they have with the needy
      • To do good always
      • To be merciful just as the Father is merciful
      • Not judge nor condemn others
      • Do Self criticism and their evil ways before criticizing others
      • Forgive and they will be forgiven
      • Practice the teachings of Jesus xii) Be obedient to Christ’s teaching / have unwavering faith in Jesus

    2. Using examples give four reasons why Jesus faced opposition from religious leaders (8mks)
      • Jesus touched a man with leprosy which was against Jewish law
      • He forgives sins which the Pharisees knew God only would do / Blasphemy when the healed the paralyzed man
      • He mixed and ate with tax collectors known to be sinners. He divided Levi and went to his house.
      • He broke the law of the Sabbath day / His disciples broke the Sabbath day law by plucking corn on the bath / He healed the man with a paralyzed hand on a Sabbath day
      • The question of fasting; the Pharisees were annoyed that this disciples did not fast.
      • He made it clear that he had not comment to call the righteous but the sinners; they accused of mixing with sinners when He called Levi
      • He challenged them to change from the old traditional order to the new one He had brought; they accused Him of washing hands before eating

    3. Five ways in which church leaders are preparing the society for the second coming of Jesus
      • Encourage people to pray and fast
      • Urging people to repent their sins
      • Encouraging people to forgive others
      • Mediating those seeking reconciliation
      • Spreading the Good News / Gospel
      • Encouraging members for participate in the sacramental life of th church
      • Encourage the people to give thanks to God for His blessings
      • Encouraging the people lead / live exemplary lives
      • Encouraging them to practice works of charity
      • Encouraging them to read the Bible for spiritual guidance
      • Encourage them to endure suffering and persecution for the sake of the Gospel
      • Encourage the people to fellowship together

  3.             
    1. Narrate the parable of the great feast Lk 14:15-24 (7mks)
      • A certain man was preparing a great feast and invited many guests
      • At the time of the banquet, he send his servant to tell the guests that the feast was ready
      • They all failed to turn up by giving excuses
      • The first one said he had just bought some land
      • The second said that he had bought oxen and try them
      • The third one said he had just gotten married
      • The owner of the feast become angry
      • He ordered his servant to go to the streets in town and bring all the poor, the crippled, blind and lame
      • The servant did as commanded but there was still room for more
      • The master ordered the servant to go and bring more people to the feast until the room is full
      • The master said that none of those who had been invited earlier would attend the feast

    2. Identify seven teachings of Jesus on eschatology according to Lk 21:5-38 (7mks)
      • The temple of Jerusalem would be destroyed
      • False prophets would arise claiming to be the messiah
      • Wars between nations
      • Natural calamities such as families, earthquakes
      • Strange beings would appear from the sky
      • Disruption in the sea
      • People fainting from fear of witnessing the signs
      • Disciples would be persecuted
      • The son of man would appear in glory

    3. Give six reasons why Christians celebrate the last supper (6mks)
      • In order to strengthen their faith
      • A sign that their sins are forgiven
      • Strengthening their unity and relationship with God
      • A way of acknowledging God’s love for them
      • To emulate Jesus
      • To show that they believe in death and resurrection
      • It symbolizes unity among Christians
      • It was a commemoration of what happed during the last supper

  4.             
    1. Give seven instructions Paul gave to the church in Corinth on how to use spiritual gifts
      • In a meeting not more than two or three should speak
      • Speakers to speak one at a time not at the same time
      • In case of speaking in tongues there should be an interpreter to explain the message
      • If there’s no interpreter then the person who has the gift of speaking in tongues should speak in privacy
      • They should prefer to have the gift of prophesy because of its great benefit to the church
      • He advised believers to assess what’s being said313/1 & 2 Page | 79
      • If one receives revelation, he should be given a chance to speak while the others listen

    2. Explain how the unity of believers is expressed in the image of the bride Rev:2:1-2 , 2 cor 11.2
      • The bride is referred to as new Jerusalem who is married to Christ
      • John saw the new Jerusalem as a bride dressed beautiful ready to meet her husband
      • The bride bridegroom relationship is a life-long union
      • The destiny of the bride was foreseen by John as emerging triumphant in the end time
      • The brides’ patience in the union with Christ will not be in vain / God will wipe every fear from his people eyes / there will be no death pain/ mourning
      • Paul describes the bride as God’s own choice / a pure bride for one husband / God cannot tolerate any rival
      • The relationship between the bride and groom is based on faithfulness / not corrupted by sin

    3. Outline the importance of the holy spirit to Christians today (7mks)
      • The holy spirit counsels/advice/guides
      • Reveals hidden truths
      • Gives Christians company so that they don’t feel lonely
      • Teaches Christians the spiritual reunion in the relationship between Jesus and God His Father
      • Reminds Christians the teachings of Jesus
      • Make Christians aware of their sins convicts them of their sin
      • Empowers them to witness of Jesus
      • Reveals to them what is yet to come
      • Gives them power to forgive sins
      • Enables them to discern / expose the evils

  5.              
    1. Outline seven moral duties of employers to employees (7mks)
      • Provision and payment of a just wage
      • Provision of acceptable and favourable working conditions
      • Providing equal opportunities for promotion
      • Rewarding employees with a share of their profits
      • Taking care of their employees welfare e.g providing medical cover and pension schemes
      • Providing employees with leave or time off duty so as to enable them relax and have time with family
      • Avoid closure of the organization that may render employees jobless
      • Providing effective, free, fair means of communication

    2. Mention seven factors that determine a just wage (7mks)
      • Availability of the employer to pay
      • Academic qualification of the employee
      • Profit returns of the enterprise
      • Risks involved in the job
      • The experience of the worker
      • The amount of work to be done
      • The number of working hours
      • The efficiency of the workers
      • The needs of the employees
      • Terms of employment

    3. Show how retrenchment of workers affect their families. (7mks)
      • It may lead to separation
      • May lead to overstretching of family resources
      • May lead to immorality
      • may lead to ill health/death
      • May lead to irresponsibility
      • May lead to denial rights
      • Children may lack role models
      • May lead to prosperity of funds if well invested

  6.            
    1. Identify seven sources of wealth in traditional African society. (7 marks)
      • Inheritance of property from parents.
      • Gifts/presents/fines - Payment of bride wealth
      • Farming/livestock rearing.
      • Exploitation of natural resources.
      • Barter trade.
      • Marrying many wives/Having many children
      • Through raids/expeditions.
      • Through use/exploitation of skills/talents.

    2. State seven reasons why there is need for cooperation between the government and the church in Kenya today.
      • To facilitate social development of health/education.
      • For the state to be able to account on how taxes paid by Kenyans is spent.
      • So as to solve problems as the church provides divine intervention.
      • To be able to condemn immorality/social injustice/exploitation.
      • So that political/economic/spiritual needs are met.
      • To fight poverty/enhance fair distribution of natural resources.
      • In order to come up with a good constitution for the country.
      • It helps faster patriotism/curb crime/security.
      • To promote national development.
      • To be able to campaign /create awareness on issues affecting the society.
      • To promote the fight for human rights. - In order to provide basic services e.g. shelter.
      • Both are service providers for the citizens.

    3. What role should Christians play in trying to control pollution of the environment? (6 marks)
      • Advocate for strict environmental laws/policies.
      • Help in developing/using environmentally friendly products e.g. unleaded petrol.
      • Support policies/institutions that protect/preserve the environment e.g. NEMA.
      • Sensitize people on the importance of preserving/conserving the environment e.g. through good agricultural practices.
      • Participate in conservation projects that protect land/air/water.
      • Set good examples/role models by avoiding destructive activities e.g. dumping waste in water sources. - Reporting to authorities those who break environmental laws/being good stewards of God’s creation. (6x1=6 mks)

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