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TERM 3                   

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  1. (a) Identify eight historical books in the Old Testament.                                                    (8mks)

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(b)  Give seven reasons why the Bible is referred to as a library.                                  (7mks)

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(c)  State five different occasions when Christians use the Bible.                                       (5mks)

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  1. (a) From the Genesis stories of creation, outline seven teachings about human beings.       (7mks)

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(b)  With reference to the story of the fall of human beings in Genesis 3, state eight effects of sin.                                                                                                                                                              (8mks)

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(c)  How does the church help to bring back members who have fallen from the faith?       (5mks)

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  1. (a) Explain the importance of marriage in the Traditional African Communities.             (7mks)

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(b)  Discuss four factors that contributed to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community.                                                                                                                           (8mks)

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(c)  State five factors that undermine the role of medicine men in Kenya today.                (5mks)

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  1. (a) State Isaiah’s prophecies concerning the Messiah.                                                  (8mks)

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(b)  Outline the events that took place on the night Jesus was born.                                    (6mks)

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(c)  Give six reasons why Christians present gifts to newborn babies.                          (6mks)

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  1. (a) State five reasons why Jesus used parables in His teaching.                                                      (5mks)

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(b)  Describe the parable of the Good Samaritan. [Luke 10:29-37]                                     (8mks)

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(c)  Give seven reasons why some Christians find it difficult to help the needy.                (7mks)

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TERM 3, CRE MARKING SCHEME

  1. (a) Identify eight historical books in the Old Testament.                                                  (8mks)
  • Joshua
  • Judges
  • Ruth
  • 1st Samwel
  • 2nd Samwel
  • 1st Kings
  • 2nd Kings
  • 1st Chronicles
  • 2nd Chronicles
  • Ezra
  • Nehemiah
  • Esther

[1 x 8 = 8 marks]

(b)  Give seven reasons why the Bible is referred to as a library.                                           (7mks)

  • It contains many books
  • The books were written by different authors
  • It had different categories of books / divisions
  • The books are written in different styles / forms.
  • The books of the Bible were written at different times / situations / background.
  • The books of the Bible address different issues / topics / purpose.
  • The books were written for different audience.
  • The books are systematically / arranged / order / chronological.

[1 x 7 = 7 marks]

(c)  State five different occasions when Christians use the Bible.                                     (5mks)

  • When preaching the word of God (crusades / church sermons)
  • When in court
  • When instructing new converts / conducting Bible study.
  • During different Christian religious ceremonies / festivals
  • When teaching CRE
  • When composing songs / praying / guidance and counselling.
  • During a swearing in ceremony.

[1 x 5 =5 marks]

  1. (a) From the Genesis stories of creation, outline seven teachings about human beings.       (7mks)
  • Human beings were created in the image /likeness of God.
  • They have the breath of life from God.
  • They have been given authority/ dominion over God’s creation
  • They communicate/fellowship with God.
  • They are special/great of God’s creation/superior
  • They have the ability to think/reason/make choices/make decisions in their lives.
  • They are blessed by God.
  • Human beings are to use other creations for their benefits.
  • They are to take care of the creation /till the land/work.
  • They are to procreate/multiply through marriage.
  • Man and woman are to compliment, provide companionship for each other.

[1 x 7 = 7 marks]

(b)  With reference to the story of the fall of human beings in Genesis 3, state eight effects of sin.                                                                                                                                                 (8mks)

  • Death was introduced yet they, were to live forever
  • Man was to rule over the woman / inequality between man and woman set in.
  • The woman was to experience pain during childbirth.
  • They developed enemity between human beings and the snake
  • They were to sweat, toil in order to get food
  • They were expelled from the garden of Eden / separated from God.
  • They developed mistrust between woman and man
  • They became embarrassed because of their nakedness.

[1 x 8 = 8 marks]

 

(c)  How does the church help to bring back members who have fallen from the faith?       (5mks)

  • By visiting them/inviting them to their homes.
  • Being patient/forgiving them
  • Evangelisingtothem/preaching/teaching
  • Guiding and counselling them, referring them to experts according to their needs.
  • Praying for them
  • Encouraging them to repent/confessing
  • Offering material aids/needs

[1 x 5 =5 marks]

  1. (a) Explain the importance of marriage in the Traditional African Communities.       (7mks)
  • Through marriage new social relationships are centered between families and relatives.
  • It brings the whole community together and everybody has a role to play
  • The new couple is provided with the opportunity to learn new knowledge and skills
  • T improves the status of individuals in the society
  • Marriage is a source of wealth for the man and the family as a whole
  • Children make the marriage complete and strengthen the bond of unity between husband and wife.
  • Children provide security for the home
  • Through marriage, the living, the dead and the unborn are linked to each other.

[1 x 7 = 7 marks]

(b)  Discuss four factors that contributed to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community.                                                                                                                           (8mks)

  • Political ties
  • Division of labour
  • Communal worship
  • Leisure activities
  • Rites of passage
  • Sharing
  • Social norms

(2 marks for each explained point). [2 x 4 = 8 marks]

(c)  State five factors that undermine the role of medicine men in Kenya today.            (5mks)

  • Introduction of western medicine/hospitals/new inventions/science and technology.
  • Emergence of new religions which do not support medicine men
  • Destruction of forests/herbs/deforestation
  • Lack of proper education by herbalists/ professionalism/lack of proper dosage
  • Herbal medicine is cumbersome to look for
  • Low hygiene standards associated with herbal medicine
  • Certain chronic diseases cannot be treated by some herbs
  • Emergence of women/quacks who give wrong medicine
  • Lack of awareness/ education on herbal medicine by the public
  • Urbanization/ migration from rural to urban centers
  • Strict government policies
  • Formal education

[1 x 5 =5 marks]

  1. (a) State Isaiah’s prophecies concerning the Messiah.                                          (8mks)
  • The Messiah would be born by a virgin/young woman
  • He would be called Emmanuel
  • He would be a wonderful counsellor/mighty God/Everlasting father/Prince of peace.
  • The Messiah would have an everlasting kingdom
  • He would be a ruler from the house of David.
  • He would rule with justice/righteousness/peace
  • He would be humble/simple/ordinary/without beauty
  • The Messiah would be rejected /despised/sentenced to die
  • He would suffer for the forgiveness of sins of many people
  • He would succeed in His work/ be highly honoured
  • He would be filled with God’s spirit/anointed
  • He would preach good news/set the captives free

[1 x 8 = 8 marks]

(b)  Outline the events that took place on the night Jesus was born.                    (6mks)

  • When Jesus was born, his mother wrapped him in swaddling clothes
  • She placed him in a manger
  • An Angel appeared to the shepherds in the region to tell them of the birth of the savior
  • A great company of heavenly hosts/angels appeared singing praise to God
  • The shepherds decided to go to Bethlehem / hurried off to Bethlehem
  • The shepherds saw the baby
  • They spread the news about the baby to other people
  • The shepherds returned praising/glorifying God
  • The angel gave a sign on how to identify the baby.

[1 x 6 = 6marks]

(c)  Give six reasons why Christians present gifts to newborn babies.                                       (6mks)

  • Christians give gifts in order to welcome the baby into the family/world
  • It is a sign of their love /contribution to the baby’s welfare
  • It is a way of appreciating the gift of life/blessings
  • It is a way of thanking God/appreciating his goodness
  • It is a form of congratulating the mother/parents
  • It is a way of emulating Biblicalpractices

[1 x 6 = 6marks]

  1. (a) State five reasons why Jesus used parables in His teaching.                                      (5mks)
  • Jesus used parables in order to attract listeners/audience
  • He wanted to provoke his listeners to think for themselves/ make individual judgment
  • In order to invoke serious/keen listeners from those who were not
  • He wanted to keep His identity a secret
  • The use of parable was to avoid direct confrontation with the Jewish religious leaders.
  • To demonstrate His wisdom
  • It was a common method of teaching

[Plus any other relevant point, 1 x5 = 5marks]

(b)  Describe the parable of the Good Samaritan. [Luke 10:29-37]                                  (8mks)

A lawyer asked Jesus who neighbor is. Jesus responded by telling him the parable of the Good Samaritan.

He said a man was on his way to Jericho from Jerusalem when he fell among robbers. They stopped him/beat him / departed leaving him half dead.

A priest was going down the road saw him but passed on the opposite side. A Levite came, saw him but passed on the other side.

But a Samaritan, as he journeyed came to where he was. He had compassion/ bound up his wounds, after pouring oil wine on him. He set him on his beast, took him to an inn to rest.

He paid the inn keeper/ promised to come back and pay whatever would be used in caring for the injured man.

Jesus then asked who among the three proved to be a neighbor to the man who fell among robbers.

The lawyer replied that it was the one who had shown mercy.

Jesus told him to go and do likewise.

[1 x 8 = 8 marks]

(c)  Give seven reasons why some Christians find it difficult to help the needy.              (7mks)

  • Some Christians lack what to share with the needy/inadequate resources.
  • There are too many needy cases in the society, hence they help a few.
  • Sometimes it is difficult to identify the needy cases since some tend to pretend.
  • Due to tribal/ethnic barriers
  • Denominational differences
  • Poor infrastructure / communication in some areas make it difficult to reach the needy.
  • Selfishness/individualism which makes some Christians ignore the plight /suffering of the needy.
  • Political affiliations can influence Christians against helping those who do not belong to their groups.
  • Lack of time/too busy [1 x 7 = 7 marks]

 

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