ELDORET EAST JOINT EXAMINATION CRE PAPER 1, 2 FORM FOUR MODEL 20032021001
1. a) Give reasons why the bible is important to Christians today.
b. how did God effect his plans for the salvation of human kind
c. How do Christians continue being co – creators with God?
2. a Describe the call of Abraham
b) Explain the regulations that God gave Moses about the Passover
c) what is the importance of Decalogue to Christians today?
3. a how did God care for the Israelites in the wilderness.
b. Describe the breaking of the Sinai covenant
c. state six factors that cause people to depart from God’s instruction
4. a. significance of the ark of covenant in Jerusalem
b. failures of King saul which made God to reject him as king of isreal.
c. reasons why political leaders in Kenya have failed to perform their duties effectively.
5.a. categories of prophets in the O.T
b. Symbolic act of Jeremiah related to judgement and punishment
c. Relevance of Jeremiah teachings to Christian today
6. a Seven ways in which Africans venerated ancestors
b. the role of rites of passage in inculcating youth, with moral values in T.A.S .
c. factors undermining the wor of traditional specialists today.
1. a . how did Jesus fulfill the prophecy of Isaiah on the suffering servant
b. rituals that Jesus underwent to show he was a Jew
c. God delivers the oppressed
2. a. in wilderness
b. teachings of Jesus on true discipleship from the sermon on the plain
c. lessons learnt from the healing of the centurion servant.
3. a. relate the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector as recorded in Luk 18: 9 -14
b. Qualities of those who belong to the kingdom of God
C. Six ways in which Christians prepare for the second coming of Christ
4. a. Role of the holy spirit as taught by Jesus Christ.
b. What did peter say about Jesus during the day of Pentecost
c. ways in which Christians manifests the fruits of the Holy Spirit
5.a. symbols used to refer to the unity of believers in the New Testament
b. Explain how PAUL used the metaphor body of Christ to describe the unity of believers
c. ways in which Christians work in unity
6.a. sources of Christian ethics
b. Explain seven Christian teachings on male/ female relationships
c. Briefly describe the preparation of marriage in T.A.S
CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO WEALTH, MONEY AND POVERTY
1.  Q2b, c
b) State the teaching of Jesus on wealth
c) Explain ways in which people misuse their wealth in society today
b) Give reasons why missionaries started schools
c) How does the church in Kenya use mass media to educate Kenyans?
3. 1995 Q 38
Give five reasons why it is important for a family to discuss its budget.
4. 1996 Q 18
State five factors which hinder Christians in Kenya from helping the needy. (5marks)
5. 1997 Q 18
Suggest five ways in which the Church in Kenya could help street children. (5marks)
6. 2001 Q 19
State five ways through which Christians show love to famine stricken people. (5marks)
7. 2003 Q 19
Give five reasons why Christians take up insurance policies. (5marks)
8. 2003 Q 2c (pp. 2)
c) How should a Christian respond when offered a bribe? (6marks)
9. 2005 Q 3c (pp. 2)
(c) Why do some Christians find it difficult to share their wealth with others? (6 marks)
10. 2005 Q 6c (pp. 2)
Outline the steps the church is taking to reduce poverty in Kenya today. (7 marks)
11. 2007 Q 6a (pp. 2)
(a) Explain how unfair distribution of wealth can lead to social disorder in Kenya today (8 marks)
12. 2009 Q 6
a) Explain four negative effects of the introduction of money economy on traditional African communities. (8 marks)
b) Outline six teachings of Jesus on wealth. (6 marks)
c) Give six reasons why Christians should not involve themselves in gambling. (6 marks)
13. 2010 Q 4c
(c) Give six reasons why Christians find it difficult to help the needy in society today. (6 marks)
14. 2011 Q 4c (pp. 2)
State seven reasons why some Christians find it difficult to help the sick (7 marks)
15. 2012 Q6a, 6c P2
(a) Outline the traditional African concept of wealth. (6 marks)
(c) Explain six ways the church is using to eradicate poverty in Kenya today. (6 marks)
16.  Pp2 Q6 [A, B, C]
(a) List seven ways in which wealth is acquired in traditional African communities. (7 marks)
(b) Explain the negative effects of the introduction of money economy in traditional African communities. (7 marks)
(c) How can Christians in Kenya help to narrow the gap between the rich and the poor? (6 marks)
TRADITIONAL AFRICAN UNDERSTANDING OF WEALTH AND POVERTY
Teaching on wealth
Traditional African Understanding of Leisure
Examples of leisure activities in traditional African society
STATE SIX SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE TRADITIONAL AFRICAN AND CHRISTIAN VIEW ON HUMAN SEXUALITY
EXPLAIN HOW CORRUPTION LEADS TO SOCIAL DISORDER IN THE SOCIETY
Explain how corruption leads to social disorder in the society. (6mrks)
STATE HOW THE CHURCH IS HELPING TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM FAMILY CONFLICTS IN KENYA TODAY
State how the church is helping to solve the problem family conflicts in Kenya today. (7mrks)
IDENTIFY THE CHRISTIAN TEACHING ON MARRIAGE
Identify the Christian teaching on marriage. (7mrks)
Approaches to Law, Order and Justice
Types of laws
Types of statutory laws
C. Justice — treating others the way they deserve in relation to the law. Its administration of rightful dealings in a fair manner according to their actions. A just society follows rules and administers legal action to those who offend others or disobey rules. Justice means treating people the same way without discrimination.
Importance of Law, Order and Justice
Rights and duties of Citizens
Who is a Citizen? -- person who is a member of a state, kingdom, empire. A person who has full rights as a member of a country by birth, descent, registration, naturalization. What are Rights? -- legal claims that one is entitled to from the government
What is a Duty? -- ones responsibility to the government
Examples of Rights
Examples of Children's rights
Duties of citizens (responsibilities)
Questions you will most likely meet in an examinations
1. State reasons why it is important for Christians to promote law, order and justice in society today.
2. State seven practices that promote law, order and Justice in traditional African society
3. State ways in which the church is helping to reduce crime in Kenya
The Christian View on the Effects of Modern Science and Technology on the Environment (Pollution, Desertification)
Atika School Team