Christian Religious Knowledge C. R. S. Examination Questions for Senior Secondary (SS3)

Christian Religious Knowledge C. R. S. Examination Questions for Senior Secondary (SS3)

  • SECOND TERMINAL EXAMINATION 2017/2018 SESSION
  • SUBJECT: C. R. S.          DURATION: 2HRS
  • SECTION A: OBJECTIVES

1.       Christian brothers should be subject to authority because (a) all authority is from God (b) they could be disgraced publicly (c) they are born again (d) it is offence to rebel

2.       Dignity of labour implies what? (a) Some jobs being better paying than others (b) Awareness that no work is spiteful or undignified (c) Some jobs commanding more dignity than others (d) Some jobs being meant for a particular class of people

3.       Paul taught that no one should depend on another. He did this by using himself as an example by (a) abandoning his evangelist duty for trading (b) working while doing his work as evangelist (c) sacking all idle ministers (d) ex-communicating all idle members

4.       What give rise to Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians Church on dignity of labour? (a) the news that some members were (b) the news that some members were idle (c) the news that some members were despising others job (d) the news that some members were too choosy about jobs

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5.       Paul advice to the Thessalonians church is that if any member refuses to work, the church should (a) send him away (b) find a better job (c) have nothing to do with him (d) send him to Paul

6.       What brings shame to the idle members according to Paul? (a) If the Church has nothing to do with him (b) If the church disgrace him (c) If the church demotes him (d) if the church expel him

7.       “They have Moses and the Prophets, let them hear them”. this comment was  made by Abraham to (a) Jesus (b) Moses (c) Lazarus (d) The rich man

8.       “Fear not, stand firm and see the salvation of the Lord”. This statement was made by Moses at (a) The Wilderness (b) Pihahirosh (c) Meribah (d) Mount Horeb

Christian Religious Knowledge C. R. S. Examination Questions for Senior Secondary (SS3)

9.       The Ten Commandments were received by most at (a) Mount Horeb (b) Mount Sinai (c) Mount Gilbode (d) Mount Ararat

10.     Joseph was sold to the Israelites trade of how many shekels of silver? (a) Eight (b) Ten (c) Eleven (d) Twenty

11.     How old was Moses when his parents could no longer hide him? (a) 3 years (b) 2 years (c) 9 years (d) 15 years

12.     Where did Moses run to when it was discovered that he killed an Egyptian (a) Midian (b) Levi (c) Egypt (d) Sinai

13.     Who made the golden calf? (a) Moses (b) Joshua (c) Aaron (d) Abijah

14.     And God saw that it was good ______ “ this recurring phrase in the first creation story demonstrates God’s (a) Authority (b) Omnipotence (c) Sovereignty (d) creation

15.     Firmament according to Genesis 1vs8 means (a) sun, moon, star (b) sea, creation (c) earth (d) heaven

16.     Woman according to Adam means (a) because I am lonely (b) taken out of man (c) man’s companion (d) image of man

17.     Which of these was not a river in the Garden of Eden? (a) Gihon (b) Pisan (c) Hiddekel (d) Tigris

18.     The event  that gave rise to Jesus deciding that He is the “Resurrection and the Life” was (a) His arrest at Gethsemane (b) His encounter  with Nicodemus (c) The death of Lazarus (d) After his death

19.     Jesus Christ as the “Living water” is figurative. It simply   signifies the (a) Living Water (b) Word of God (c) Bread of God (d) Good Shepherd

20.     Moses was keeping the flock of his father in-law on mount (a) Horeb (b) Camel (c) Nebo (d) Gilboa

21.     Isaac means (a) laughter (b) inheritance (c) promise fulfilled (d) multitude

22.     How many brothers did Joseph have? (a) 9 (b) 10 (c) 11 (d) 12

23.     The man after God’s heart was (a) Isaac (b) David (c) Moses (d) Job

24.     After Peter’s preaching on the Pentecost day, how many souls were converted? (a) one thousand (b) two thousand (c) three thousand (d) four thousand

25.     The man who succeeded Judas as an apostle was (a) Stephen (b) Mathias (c) Barnabas (d) Philip

26.     The first problem that crept into the early church was (a) the dishonesty and death of Ananias and Sapphira (b) the problem of readership (c) the problem of favouritism (d) the persecution of the apostles

27.     The seven Deacons of the early church has the primary role of (a) healing (b) preaching (c) praying (d) daily distribution

28.     The man noted for his generosity in the early church was? (a) Simon (b) peter (c) Barnabas (d) Stephen

29.     Who suggested the selection of the seven men of good repute? (a) John (b) Mathias (c) Philip (d) Peter

30.     The two men nominated by the Apostle to vie for the place of Judas Iscariot were (a) Joseph and Mathias (b) Barnabas and Mathias (c) Mathias and Justus (d) Barnabas

31.     Two of the seven deacon who later became evangelist were (a) Philip and Nicolas (b) Stephen and Nicolas (c) Stephen and Philip (d) Stephen and Nicolas

32.     The vision of Peter at Joppa was meant to teach him that? (a) Jews were superior to non-Jews (b) In Christianity, there is no racial discrimination (c) Gentiles were not bound to Jewish (d) Gentiles and Jews had nothing in common

33.     A Christian whom God directed to go and pray for Saul so he might regain   his sight was (a) Peter (b) Barnabas (c) Barrabas (d) Ananias

34.     Saul was introduced to the Christian in Jerusalem as a new converted by (a) Cornelius (b) Barnabas (c) Peter (d) Ananias

35.     The proconsul whom Elymas tried to prevent from receiving  the gospel was (a) Bar-Jesus (b) Barnabas (c) Sergius Pannies (d) Ananias

36.     Dorcas was raised from death at (a) Lydda (b) Antioch of Pisidia (c) Joppa (d) Iconium

37.     The two Antioch church delegates who were sent to accompany Paul and Barnabas to the Jerusalem council were (a) Judas and Silas (b) Silas and Peter (c) Judas and John (d) John and james

38.     The parable of the Good Samaritan is recorded in (a) Matthew (b) Mark (c) Luke (d) John

39.     “I am innocent of this man’s blood; see to it yourself”. Who made this statement? (a) High priest (b) Pilate (c) Herod (d) Barnabas

40.     The trial of Jesus before Herod was only recorded in ______ Gospel (a) Matthew (b) Mark (c) Luke (d) John

41.     On the transfiguration mountain, Moses represented the law while Elijah represented ______ (a) the dean king (b) John the Baptist (c) the prophets (d) the New Testament

42.     During the transfiguration, Moses and Elijah about (a) Jesus imminent death (b) the voice from Heaven (c) the Jewish religion (d) Jesus’ last Super

43.     At the mount of transfiguration Jesus said to His disciples (a) “rise and have no fear” (b) “rise and pray for the hour is near” (c) “rise and do no slumber” (d) “rise and be courageous”

44.     “My father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me”. Cup as used here stand for (a) accusation (b) trial (c) temptation (d) death

45.     Who among Jesus apostles rebuked the Jewish allegation of drunkenness on the Pentecost day? (a) Stephen (b) Peter (c) John (d) Philip

46.     Immediately after baptizing the Ethiopian eunuch, Philip was taken by the spirit to (a) Rome (b) Jerusalem (c) Antioch (d) Azotus

47.     The Holy Spirit directed Philip to the road leading to (a) Gaza (b) Syria (c) Rome (d) Samaria

48.     Who among the apostle suffered martyrdom? (a) Philip (b) Peter (c) Stephen (d) Paul

49.     The magician who attempted to obtain the Holy Spirit with money was? (a) Elymas (b) Bartemeaus (c) Nicodemus (d) Simon

50.     The healing of the cripple at the Beautiful Gate led to the imprisonment of (a) Paul and Silas (b) Paul and Barnabas (c) Paul and John (d) James and John

51.     Who demanded a letter from the high priest to arrest Christian in Damascus? (a) Saul (b) Ananias (c) Gameliel (d) Herod

52.     Who cautioned the Jewish leaders seriously against opposing the early church? (a) Stephen (b) Gameliel (c) Herod-Agrippa (d) Peter

53.     The Jews from Alexandria, falsely accused Stephen of (a) plotting to overthrow the king (b) blaspheming God and Moses (c) working on the Sabbath (d) claiming to be Messiah

54.     While Peter was in prison, the church and brethren (a) scattered all over Samaria (b) prayed for his release (c) petitioned the king (d) stopped preaching temporarily

55.     Which of these is not the obligation of a Christian citizen? (a) Paying taxes (b) No resisting the authority (c) Rebelling only when it is absolutely necessary (d) Giving respect to whom it is due

56.     By being subject to authority, one is unknowingly (a) making himself inferior (b) honouring the king (c) avoiding God’s wrath (d) creating a rapport

57.     According to Peter, which of these is not a manifestation of good citizenship? (a) Being subject to human institution (b) Living a free man (c) Fearing God (d) Exposing evil

58.     The centre of Peter’s message on civic responding is (a) Right of the citizen (b) Good citizenship (c) Purpose of obedience (d) Paying

59.     The word “Pentecost” is derived from the Greek word for (a) Stephen (b) Mathias (c) Barnabas (d) Philip

60.     After Judas had betrayed Jesus Christ, he was arrested and taken to (a) Herod (b) Roman (c) Calophas (d) Nazareth

Section B: Theory

Instruction: Answer only four questions.

1.       Narrate: (i) The events that led to the arrest and imprisonment of Peter and John (5 marks)

(ii)      How they escaped from prison (5 marks)

2a.     What role did Saul play in opposing the early church (5 marks)

b.       What role did Herod play in opposing the early church (5 marks)

3.       Give an account on how Philip preached the gospel message to the Ethiopian Eunuch (10 marks)

4a.     What event led to Simon’s attempt to obtain the Holy with money (5 marks)

b.       What was Peter’s reaction? (5 marks)

5a.     State three ways Christian can manifest citizenship? (5 marks) b.       What is Civic Responsibility and what are its attributes? (5 marks)

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