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Form One Work Chapter One

Introduction to Christian Religious Education Paper 1

Past Kcse Questions and Answers

1. Explain the different ways in which Christians in Kenya use the bible to spread the Good news.

  • Reading the bible to others
  • It is used for instructing new converts
  • Preaching from the bible
  • Used as a textbook in Christians Religious Education in school and colleges
  • Used as a basis reference book in general search for knowledge
  • Christian hymns are derived from the bible e.g. psalms, magnificat, benedicts etc
  • Used in taking oaths

    2. Give the consequences of sin according to genesis 3:11

  • Alienation from God/ separation from God
  • Pain and sufferings/ hardships
  • Broken relationship among human beings
  • Shame. Embarrassment, Mistrust/ enmity among people Death Irresponsibility

  • Punishment from God
  • Pride and arrogance e.g. tower of Babel
  • Leads to being cursed e.g. Cain
  • The ground was cursed on account of man

    3. What are teachings of the Genesis stories of creation?

  • God is the creator of the universe
  • God sustains the universe
  • Everything that God made is good
  • God is a God of order
  • Human beings were created in the image of God and likeness of God
  • Human beings should observe the Sabbath
  • Human beings were put in charge of God’s creation
  • Human beings should procreate
  • Human beings should worship God only
  • God is a God of power
  • God is a true God
  • Plants/ animals/ sunshine and rains were made for the benefit of human beings

    God ordained work/ man was commanded to work The woman was created to be a helper and companion of man

    Man and woman were complimentary to each other and neither is subordinate to another

  • Marriage is ordained by God

    4. Give five reasons why reading the bible is important to Christians.

  • It provides moral and spiritual guidance
  • Helps them to discover the will of God
  • Reading the bible is an aspect of Christian worship
  • The bible is the basis Christian doctrines and practices
  • It gives guidance on relationship among human beings
  • It is the word of God
  • Christians come to discover who they are
  • It is a source of consolation to Christians
  • Source of inspiration
  • Source of knowledge
  • Helps in spiritual development and maturity
  • Helps them understand the universe and their relationship to it.
  • Helps them understand the meaning of their lives and relationship to God and to one another.

    5. Explain the different ways in which Christians in Kenya use the bible to spread the good news.

  • Reading the bible to others
  • It is used for instructing new converts
  • Preaching/ teaching from the bible
  • Used as a textbook in C.R.E in school and colleges
  • Used as a basic reference book in search for knowledge
  • Christian hymns are derived from the bible e.g. psalms, magnificat, benedictus etc.
  • Distribute bibles to individuals/ institutions making them available for all to read
  • Translation of the bible to vernacular so that people can read/ understand it and their own language
  • Used in taking oath
  • Christians literature quotes the bible

    6. Identify five responsibilities given to human beings by God in the Genesis stories of creation

  • To rule over the rest of creation/ to care/ conserve the environment
  • To be in charge of the fish. The birds and all the animals/ over God’s creation
  • To cultivate the garden and guard it
  • To eat from the fruit of garden
  • To name the animals
  • To obey God’s Commands
  • To get married

    7. a) State the responsibilities given to human beings in Genesis Chapter 1 and 2.

  • To fill the garden and to guard it
  • To multiply
  • To fill the earth
  • To subdue the earth
  • To eat the fruits in the garden
  • To preserve the environment
  • To Obey God’s commands
  • To worship God the creator of life
  • To care for the rest of the creation

    b) Outline the lessons that Christians learn about work from the Genesis stories of creation.

  • Work is ordained by God
  • God is a worker
  • All work is important
  • Work should be part of Christian’s life
  • God expects human beings to work
  • Rest is important in work
  • Work should be orderly
  • Work should be done diligently

    c) How can Christians care for God’s creation today?

  • They should treat the rest of the creation with respect
  • Christians should conserve and preserve the environment
  • Christians can care for God’s creation like wild animals by establishing game reserves and game parks for them
  • Christians can contribute to scientific discovery of medicine for various diseases by giving monetary donations to relevant institutions
  • Christians can care for God’s creation by opposing deforestation and helping to control soil erosion

    8. a) Give reasons why Christians read the Bible.

  • It provides moral and spiritual guidance
  • Helps them to discover the will of God
  • Reading the bible is an aspect of Christian worship
  • The bible is the basis Christian doctrines and practices
  • It gives guidance on relationship among human beings
  • It is the word of God
  • Christians come to discover who they are
  • It is a source of consolation to Christians
  • Source of inspiration
  • Source of knowledge
  • Helps in spiritual development and maturity
  • Helps them understand the universe and their relationship to it.
  • Helps them understand the meaning of their lives and relationship to God and to one another.

    b) With reference to the Genesis stories of creation in Chapter 1 and 2 outline the attributes of God.

  • God is the creator
  • God is loving- he provided man with a helper
  • God is powerful
  • He is the provider
  • God values his relationship with man
  • God is holy
  • God is orderly and organized
  • God is omnipresent
  • God is moral
  • God is perfect/ good
  • He made the Sabbathman’s resting day

    c) What are the consequences of breaking taboos in traditional African Communities?

  • Barrenness
  • Epidermis
  • Illness
  • Poverty
  • Madness
  • Drought
  • physically and mentally handicapped children
  • Rebellious children
  • Unstable families
  • Environmental disasters
  • Wars

    9. a) Outline the differences in the two accounts of creation in Genesis 1 and 2. (10 mks)

    (i) The creation order of everything is mentioned in the first account but no order is given in the second account

    (ii) Male and female are created at the same time in the image of God in the first account while in the second account man is made from dust and the woman from the man’s rib

    (iii) In the first account creation is out of nothing but in the second account man is made out of dust of the ground as the plants are made to grow out of a garden

    (iv) In the first account human beings are created last while in the second account they are created first

    (v) In the first account God gives names to what he orders to be while in the second account man is made to give names to all that God created.

    (vi) In the first account human beings are to subdues the earth while in the second account God confines them in the Garden of Eden

    (vii) In the first account creation is completed in six days while in the second there are no number of days gives.

    (viii) God rested on the seventh day in the first account but there is no day of rest in the second account

    (ix) In the first account there is no forbidden tree while in the second account there is

    (x) In the first account the spirit of God was moving over the face of the waters while in the second account the spirit of God is not mentioned

    (xi) In the first account God appreciated everything as good while in the second account he said that is not good for man to be alone

    (xii) In the first account God creates in unity with the spirit while in the second account he was along

    (xiii) In the first account God created human beings for procreation while in the second account they were created for companionship.

    b) From the story of the fall of human beings in Genesis chapter 3, state the effects of sin. (6 mks)

    (i) Both Adam and Eve realized they were naked

    (ii) They became ashamed

    (iii) They hid from God/ Feared to face God

    (iv) They started blaming each other

    (v) The serpent was cursed

    (vi) Enemity between the serpent and human beings developed

    (vii) The woman was to experience pain in child – bearing

    (viii) The man was made to rule over the woman

    (ix) The man was to toil/ sweat in or order to eat

    (x) The ground was made to produce weeds and thorns

    (xi) Death was introduced in their lives

    (xii) They were chased/ banished from the garden of Eden

    c) Identify any four causes of evil in Kenya today. (4mks)

    (i) Poverty/ affluence/ wealth

    (ii) Corruption/ greed/ selfishness/ lust/ desire

    (iii) Disobedience/ rebellion

    (iv) Inability to forgive others

    (v) Influence from media/ foreign culture

    (vi) Wrong choices/ lack of vision/ peer pressure

    (vii) Unemployment

    (viii) Permissiveness/ too much freedom

    (ix) Influence of drug and substance abuse

    (x) Poor role models

    (xi) Lack of guidance and counseling/ poor upbringing

    10. a) Give reasons why the Bible is referred to as a library (5mks)

    (i) It has many books

    (ii) It was written at different times

    (iii) It is written in many styles

    (iv) It is written by different authors/ people

    (v) It is written in different purposes/ messages levels

    (vi) It is written over a long period/ span of times

    (vii) It is divided into two main parts/ old testament and new testament

    (viii) It is composed of various sections

    b) Outline five effects of the translation of the Bible into local Languages. (10mks)

    (i) Many people are able to read the word of God/ improved and literacy of the people

    (ii) It led to development of African/ local languages

    (iii) It made evangelization easier/ growth of church

    (iv) It led to the development of African independent churches

    (v) Many Africans got converted into Christianity

    (vi) Missionaries were able learn African languages thus making Christianity spread faster

    (vii) Development of printing press/ church bookshops

    (viii) It created job opportunities

    (ix) Africans demanded for leadership community development which contributed to expansion of the church

    c) State five ways through which the church is spreading the word of God in Kenya. (5mks)

    (i) By use of electronic media

    (ii) By providing bibles through Publishing/ Christian literature/ magazines

    (iii) By carrying outreach campaigns/ door to door witness

    (iv) Organizing youth

    Camp/ seminars/ retreats

    (v) Helping the need/ building homes for the aged

    (vi) Supporting the teaching of Christian religious Education

    (vii) By encouraging members to visit the sick/ provision of medical care

    (viii) By preaching the word/ holding crusades

    (ix) By sending out missionaries/ financing them

    (x) By organizing choirs/ singing groups

    11. Identify the books referred to as the Apocrypha.

    (i) 1 and 2 maccabees

    (ii) Baruch

    (iii) Judith

    (iv) Tabit

    (v) The book of wisdom

    (vi) Ecclesiastics

    12. Explain the effects of the bible translation into African languages in Kenya

    It enlightened the Africans

  • It led to more acceptance of the Gospel as the Africans were able to follow the scriptures better
  • It led to emergence of more churches
  • It increased the desire for formal Education
  • Christianity spread faster as more Africans were able to read the bible
  • There was greater understanding between the missionaries and the Africans
  • Christianity became a more active religion
  • It increased African participation in Christianity
  • The Africans were able to read and understand the inner meanings of doctrines of Christianity
  • It led to the establishment of the independent churches and school
  • It led to the establishment of bible societies.
  • It increased the demand of bible societies
  • It increased to demand for more bibles leading to the establishment of local printing presses.

    13. State the various occasions during which the bible is used in Kenya.

  • During church services
  • For swearing in courts
  • when swearing in holders of public office
  • As a reference book in religious studies
  • During ceremonies such as weddings and funerals During crusades

    14. Explain the problems Christians face in the work of evangelization.

  • Financial problems
  • Communication problems
  • Communication problems ( language barrier)
  • Hostility e.g. from hostile tribes
  • Harsh climatic conditions
  • Transportation problems in remote areas
  • Rejection
  • Poor accommodation facilities in some areas
  • People might expect too much from them
  • Lack of co-operation from church leaders
  • Temptations from worldly pleasures

    15. Identify the literacy forms used in the bible

  • Financial problems

  • Poetic
  • Wise saying
  • Prose and narratives
  • Letters
  • Prayers
  • Legal expressions Songs
  • Prophetic speeches
  • Gospels
  • Philosophical essays

    16. State the Biblical causes of sin.

  • Sin was caused by Satan or the devil
  • Sin was brought by lack of satisfaction with self or jealously
  • Lack of trust in God led to sin
  • Anger led to sin as in the case of Cain
  • Desire by man to be equal to God led to sin
  • Misuse of freedom led to sin as in the case of Adam and Eve
  • Selfishness led to sin, Cain killed Abel because he only thought of himself

    17. Why is it important for Christians to obey God?

  • Obedience to God brings blessings
  • Christians obey God to avoid being punished
  • In order to have a good relationship with God
  • He alone is God and he alone should be obeyed and worshipped
  • God expects them to do so
  • In order to live in harmony with others

    18. State ways in which Christians use the print media to spread the gospel

  • Christian literature/ magazines are printed and read throughout
  • The C.R.E textbooks are used in teaching gospel message throughout the world
  • Christians advertise Christians issues in magazines, newspapers etc
  • Pamphlets and newsletters containing Christians messages are printed and circulated for people to read
  • Christians messages are illustrated using the bible atlas
  • Christians terminologies are explained in the bible dictionary for easier understanding
  • Displaying posters with Christians messages
  • Imprinting Christian’s messages in various objects to be read widely

    19. What makes man the most important of all that was created by God?

  • He was created in the image and likeness of God
  • Man received God’s breath
  • Man was given responsibility over the rest of God’s creation
  • Man was given ability to communicate with God
  • Man was created last after everything was created for his use
  • Man has a conscience to differentiate right from wrong

    20. State the problems faced by Bible authors.

  • Materials not available
  • Not printing machines
  • Libraries were not established
  • occasionally the writings were destroyed e.g. Jeremiah 36 had to be written again
  • Lack of transport and communication facilities
  • It took along time to complete
  • Source of information was a problem

    Chapter Two

    Faith and God’s Promises Definition of Faith

    Past Kcse Question on the Topic

    1. Describe ways in which Abraham demonstrated his faith in God

  • By abandoning the idol worship to serve Yahweh the true God
  • By accepting to leave Haran to unknown land
  • By building altars at Bethel and Schechem in honour of God
  • By accepting circumcision as a sign of the covenant
  • By sacrificing the animals in the covenant making
  • By accepting to change their names Abram to Abraham and Sirai to Sarah
  • By agreeing to sacrifice his son Isaac
  • By worshipping God
  • By believing in the fulfillment of God’s promises
  • By making a covenant with God

    2. Outline the promises of god to Abraham

  • He would be a father of great nation
  • He would receive personal blessings
  • His name would be great
  • All those who blessed Abraham would be blessed
  • All those who cursed Abraham would be cursed, God would protect Abraham
  • He would be a source of blessings for others
  • Through him all the nations of the earth would be blessed
  • God would give Abraham and his descendants the land of Canaan
  • The covenant would be an everlasting made between him and his descendant
  • He promised Abraham a son / heir through Sarah.

    3. Describe five actions from the life of Abraham which show his faith in God.

    Refer Answers in question 1

    4. List five animals used in making of the covenant between God and Abraham.

  • A heifer
  • A ram
  • A she- goat
  • A turtle dove
  • A pigeon

    5. (a) The characteristics of the covenant between God and Abraham

    (i) It was initiated by God

    (ii) It was Solemn/ permanent/ long lasting

    (iii) It was unconditional

    (iv) There were promises to be fulfilled

    (v) It was sealed through the sacrifice of animals

    (vi) The parties entered it willingly/ it was voluntary

    (vii) It had an outward sign/ circumcision

    (viii) It was between two unequal parties

    b) Explain the importance of God’s covenant with Abraham. (10 mks)

  • It showed that Abraham had faith/ trust in God
  • It demonstrated Abraham’s obedience to God
  • Abraham was assured of God’s protection
  • God Revealed to Abraham that he would havea son as his heir/ many descendants
  • It confirmed Abraham as God’s choice through whom all nations shall receive salvation
  • The descendants of Abraham were promised the land of Canaan

    c) What lessons do Christians learn from the incident when Abraham was willing to sacrifice his son Isaac? (5mks)

  • They should Obey God
  • They should havefaith in God
  • They should be patient and wait upon God/ should not give up
  • They should be prepared to face difficult situations
  • They should be ready to give up everything for God totally committed to God
  • God blesses those who are ready to serve him
  • They should be wise when dealing with issues affecting their lives
  • They should involve family members in worship

    7. Describe the covenant between God and Abraham

  • Abram was to cut the animal’s in halves and place the halves opposite each other
  • He did not cut the birds
  • Abraham kept watch over the sacrifice and chased away the birds that came down to pick the carcasses
  • when the sun was going down he fell into a deep sleep
  • He saw a smocking fire pot and a flaming torch pass between the halves
  • This was a clear indication that God had accepted the sacrifices and made a covenant with Abraham

    8. Identify the circumstances under which covenants were made in the traditional African society.

  • During reconciliation ceremonies between warning tribes or clans
  • In settlement of disputes between husbands and wives, families or friends
  • In compensation for accidents, killing or wounding another person accidentally
  • During oathing ceremonies to keep tribal or clan secrets and promote unity
  • Before warriors went to war
  • when borrowing or hiring property like land
  • During inheritance ceremonies
  • During rites or passage e.g. marriage
  • when choosing leaders
  • During agreement for trade between two tribes or clans

    9. Name five modern covenants

  • Baptism
  • Marriage
  • Oath of loyalty
  • Agreement signed when buying land
  • Treaties between tribes and countries
  • Agreement signed by student
  • Confirmation
  • Vows of a sister/ nun

    10. What was the importance of the covenant made between God and Abraham?

  • The covenant was more binding than the one made between human beings
  • Abraham established a personal relationship with God
  • It was a confirmation of the previous promises made to Abraham
  • It was the beginning of God’s salvation to mankind
  • By passing through the carcasses God took the responsibility of fulfilling his promises
  • God’s passing in between the carcasses was a sign of protection
  • Christians havebecome beneficiaries of the promises made to Abraham

    11. Name any three covenants made in the Old Testament.

  • Covenant with Noah Gen 9
  • Covenant with Israel on Mt Sinai Exodus 24
  • Covenant with David 2 Samuel 7: 14- 16
  • Covenant with Abraham
  • Jeremiah’s new covenant

    12. Why is Abraham called the father of faith?

  • He left his homeland to go to a foreign land
  • He wanted to sacrifice his son Isaac to God
  • He undertook a long dangerous and uncertain journey to unknown land
  • He trusted in God’s promises of a son despite his wife age
  • He did not give up in spite of the hardships he encountered in his journey
  • He entered into a covenant with God
  • He accepted to be circumcised and he also circumcised his servant and his son
  • He worshipped and scarified to God
  • He accepted to change his name and his wife’s name
  • He abandoned idol worship
  • He built two altars at Bethel and Schechem in honour of God

    13. Explain the importance of circumcision of Abraham and his descendant

  • It was a sign of Abraham’s obedience and faithfulness together with that of his descendants
  • It was a sign of the bond between God, Abraham and his descendant
  • It was a physical badge of Abraham descendants
  • It was a sign that Abrahams and his descendants had entered into an everlasting covenant with God
  • It was a sign of the fulfillment of God’s promises to Abraham and his descendants
  • By accepting circumcision the Israelites showed respect and obedience to their forefather Abraham
  • It was a sign of belonging to the Jewish community
  • It showed that Abraham and his descendant had accepted God as their only God

    14. From the Mt- Mariah experience explain what Abraham and his descendant

  • It was a sign of Abraham’s obedience and faithfulness together with that of his descendants
  • It was a sign of the bond between God, Abraham and his descendant
  • It was a physical badge of Abraham descendants
  • It was a sign that Abrahams and his descendants had entered into an everlasting covenant with God
  • It was a sign of the fulfillment of God’s promises to Abraham and his descendants
  • By accepting circumcision the Israelites showed respect and obedience to their forefather Abraham
  • It was a sign of belonging to the Jewish community
  • It showed that Abraham and his descendant had accepted God as their only God

    15. From the Mt-Mariah experience explain what Abraham learnt about God’s nature

  • God is a provider, he provided the ram
  • God demands obedience from his people
  • God values human life that is why he did not allow Abraham to sacrifice his son
  • God sometimes tests the faith of his people
  • God blesses those who obey and trust him
  • God is faithful to his promises 16. Narrate the call of Abraham
  • God told Abraham to leave his country, hi people and his father’s household to go to a land God would show him
  • God promised to make Abraham into a great nation and bless him
  • God also promised to make Abrahams name great to bless those blessed Abraham and to curse those who cursed him
  • God promised through Abraham all people on earth would be blessed
  • Abraham left as God had told him
  • He was accompanied by Lot his nephew and Sarai his wife
  • He took with him all the possessions he had accumulated and the slaves he had acquired in Haran.
  • He set out and arrived at the land of Canaan

    17. What can Christian learn from the call of Abraham?

  • Obedience to God is important
  • Faith in God is rewarding
  • God took the initiative to repair the broken relationship with man by calling Abraham showing his loving nature
  • Faith is best seen in actions
  • God always works through men of faith God communicates with people

    Chapter Three

    Moses and the Sinai Covenant

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Outline the qualities of God learnt by the Israelites during the making of the Sinai covenant.

  • God is holy
  • God is powerful/ almighty
  • God demands obedience
  • God choose/ elects people to work for him or to be his spokesmen
  • God is faithful to his promises
  • God controls the earth
  • God speaks to his people
  • God reveals himself through nature
  • God is awesome/ should be feared
  • God is imminent/ everywhere
  • God is just judge
  • God is Transcendent/ beyond human knowledge
  • God is worthy of worship
  • He is a God of freedom/ liberates
  • God is caring/ loving/ compassionate or merciful

    2. Describe ways in which God demonstrated his mercy to the Israelites at Mt.Sinai

  • God appeared to the Israelites to reassure them that they were not alone, he was present among them
  • God reminded them that he was the God who brought them out of Egypt
  • God gave them the ten commandments to guide them in their relationships with him and with one another
  • He entered a covenant relationship with them in which he promised that they would be his special people and he would be their God
  • He forgives those who repent after worshipping the golden calf
  • After Moses broke with the tablets of law God replaced them with new ones
  • He promised to be with them always to preserve them and to make them prosperous ( exodus 32: 34)
  • After the Israelites broke the covenant by worshipping the golden calf he renewed the covenant with them
  • God continues to provide for their needs

    3. Explain the stages followed in the making of the Sinai covenant.

  • An altar was built at the foot of Mt Sinai supported with twelve pillars to represent the tribes of Israel
  • Young men sacrifices some oxen
  • Moses took half of the blood of the animals and put it in basins
  • half of the blood was thrown to the altar
  • Moses read the book of the covenant to the Israelites The people made a promise that they would obey God Moses took the blood in the bowls and threw it on the temple
  • Moses said “This is the blood of the covenant which the lord made with you”.

    4. List the qualities of Moses shown during his call at Mt. Sinai

  • Inquisitiveness
  • Caring/ cautiousness
  • Respectful
  • Patience
  • Courage/ bravery/ fearlessness
  • Consistence/ reliability
  • Humility
  • Faith/ trust
  • Wisdom/ intelligence
  • Obedience

    5. Identify five lessons that Christians learn about God from the call of Moses.

  • God fears/ responds to the cry of his people
  • God uses events to reveal himself e.g. burning bush
  • God is holy/ pure
  • God appoints people to perform certain tasks
  • God does not give people impossible tasks
  • God is powerful/ almighty
  • God punishes the enemies of his people God is faithful to his promises
  • God is omnipresent
  • God is beyond human understanding/ transcendent God is omniscient/ all knowing

    6. State five ways in which God revealed himself to the Israelites at Mt. Sinai.

  • Thunder
  • Lighting
  • Cloud
  • Fire
  • Earthquake
  • Sound of trumpet
  • He spoke to Moses
  • Smoke

  • Reference/ respect/ honour
  • Service/ call/ God chooses anybody
  • Inquisitiveness/ curiosity Persistence/ patience
  • Just/ punishes injustice

    7. Give the values that a Christian can learn from the call of Moses.

  • Humility- he removed shoes
  • Courage – he went to see the burning bush
  • Faith/ trust
  • Love/ concern/ care/ mercy/ pity
  • Honest
  • Obedience

    8. Describe how the Israelites worshipped God before the Babylonian exile.

  • Through animal sacrifices
  • Through offerings
  • By observing religious rituals
  • By keeping the Sabbathday
  • By keeping/ observing the ten commandments
  • Through prayer/ song/ dance
  • By commemorating God’s saving deeds or religious festivals
  • By regarding God as their king/ ruler and by obeying earthly kings who were regarded as special representative of God
  • By building places of worship where they prayed to God/ listened to his teachings
  • By following the teachings of the prophets
  • Honouring the temple as a sacred place where the Ark of the covenant was kept
  • By respecting the Leviticus priests

    9. Explain the conditions given to the Israelites during the renewal of the Sinai covenant.

  • To obey what God commanded them
  • Not to make any treaty with those who lived in the land where they were going To destroy their altars/ smash their sacred stones/ cut down their Asherah
  • Not to worship any other God
  • To keep the feast of unleavened bread To rest on the seventh day Not to intermarry with the foreigners
  • Not to make idols
  • To offer to God the first of their crops
  • To dedicate all their born male children and first born male of their domestic animals to God

    10. State five ways in which God’s power is demonstrated in the deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt to the promised land.

  • The ten plagues that God brought on the Egyptians
  • Separating the waters of the Red Sea
  • Killing the Egyptians during the crossing of the Red Sea
  • Provision of manna for the Israelites to eat
  • Provision of Quails for the Israelites to eat
  • God gave the Israelites victory over the Amalekites a hostile desert tribe.
  • God led the Israelites during the night with a pillar of fire.
  • God gave them the snake, curving to save them from snake bites.
  • During the making of the covenant at Mt. Sinai manifested himself physically

    11. Give five lessons why Moses was not willing to go back to Egypt after his call.

  • Moses was afraid to go face Pharaoh who wanted to kill him having killed an Egyptian
  • He doubted whether the Israelites would accept or believe him.
  • He lacked adequate knowledge of the God of Israel
  • He lacked confident in himself
  • He was not eloquent in speech
  • Moses doubted the power of God and his mighty works that would convince pharaoh

    12. List five commandments given to the Israelites that teach on how to relate to one another

  • 5th commandment “ Honor your father and mother”
  • 6th commandment “You shall not kill”.
  • 7th commandment “You shall not commit adultery”.
  • 8th commandment “ You shall not steal”
  • 9th commandment “ You shall not false witness against your neighbour”
  • 10th commandment “ You shall not covet your neighbours property or wife”

    13. What problems did Moses face as he led the Israelites during the Exodus?

  • when the Israelites saw the Egyptians army following them they panicked and turned against Moses
  • Lack of food and water in the wilderness that they had to fight against e.g. the Amalekites
  • Moses had trouble uniting the people
  • The people disobeyed Moses e.g. by worshipping the golden calf
  • He had to deal with other dangers such as those posed by wild animals e.g. snakes He had to lead the people in traveling through unfamiliar territories and routes Moses had difficulties settling disputes among the people
  • He had trouble managing the people who were fatigued
  • The Israelites were afraid of the might of the Canaanites
  • Moses was a stammerer and he had trouble communicating
  • He lacked confidence in himself
  • The Israelites angered Moses by breaking the covenant

    14. a) Outline the activities carried out by the Israelites on the night of the Passover. (5 mks)

    (i) Every man chose a lamb or a young goat for his family

    (ii) The chosen animal was slaughtered

    (iii) Blood was put on the two door post of the house

    (iv) The slaughtered animal was to be roasted

    (v) The Israelites ate the unleavened bread/ bitter herbs

    (vi) They ate while fully dressed for the journey in a hurry

    (vii) They stayed indoors till morning

    (viii) They burnt all the leftovers of the meal ( 5 mks)

    b) Give five reasons why the exodus was important to the Israelites. (10mks)

    (i) It marked the end of their suffering/ oppressing in Egypt

    (ii) It signed that they were a special nation/ chosen by God

    (iii) It was a fulfillment of the promises God had made to Abraham

    (iv) It proved that God was more powerful than other gods/ supreme

    (v) It showed / proved to them that Moses was a chosen leader of God

    (vi) The exodus united the people of Israel as a nation

    (vii) It made them to understand the nature of God

    (viii) It taught them God needed obedience from human beings

    (ix) They received the ten commandments which guided them in their relationships (5 x 2 = 10 mks)

    c) How do Christians show their respect for God? (5 mks)

    (i) They set aside a day of worship

    (ii) Set aside holy places of worship

    (iii) They do not mention God’s name in vain

    (iv) They pray to him

    (v) Live exemplary lives/ role models

    (vi) Giving offerings/ tithes

    (vii) Praising him for wonders

    (viii) Taking care of the environment

    (ix) Looking after the needy

    (x) Preaching/ spreading his word

    15. Give the events which took place on the night of the Exodus.

  • The slaughtering of the Passover lamb by the Israelites
  • The painting of the door posts of the houses of the Israelites with the blood of the lamb
  • The eating of the meat of the lamb with unleavened bread and bitter herbs The killing of the Egyptian first born by the angle of death
  • The Israelites knelt and worshipped God
  • The wailing/ mourning by the Egyptians
  • The Pharaoh allowed the Israelites to leave Egypt
  • The Israelites began the exodus from Egypt to Canaan.

    16. Give similarities between the Jewish Passover and Christian Easter

  • Both are annual events
  • Both involved sacrifices i.e. lamb and Jesus
  • In both cases there is movement from slavery to freedom
  • Both incidences are important historical events
  • Both are central points to belief and worship of Judaism and Christianity respectively
  • They both point towards God’s saving power
  • In each case there is a command to follow and remember the occasion
  • In both point towards God’s saving power
  • In each case there is a command to follow and remember the occasion
  • In both God uses an individual to intervene

    17. Identify ways in which the Israelites showed lack of faith during the Exodus.

  • The Israelites were his chosen people
  • He protected them from their enemies in the wilderness
  • He chose good leaders for the Israelites and helped them rule and control the people during the exodus
  • The Israelites were victorious in war against those who attack them
  • The lord chose priests for them who became intermediaries between them and the lord
  • Yahweh remained their only God

    18. Describe ways in which Moses showed his obedience to God

  • He accepted to remove his sandals when ordered by God during his call
  • He accepted to perform the plagues in Egypt to deliver the Israelites despite the difficulties he would face
  • He accepted to perform the plagues in Egypt to convince Pharaoh to release the
  • Israelites
  • Moses led the Israelites across the Red Sea as commanded by God Moses prepared for the Passover as commanded by God
  • He provided the Israelites with proper instructions on how to collect food offered by God as God commanded him Moses wrote the defeat of the Amalekites on the scroll as God Commanded him
  • He prepared for the Mt. Sinai covenant as God commanded and allowed the instructions given by God

    19. Give ways in which the Israelites disobeyed the Ten Commandments.

  • when they doubted God before crossing the red sea
  • They complained when there was no food
  • The Israelites made a golden calf and worshipped it
  • They complained to Moses when there was no water
  • The Israelites broke the covenant easy of life hence did not obey God
  • when some people Kept food overnight as opposed to the command of the lord

    20. Give reasons why God made a covenant with the Israelites at Mt. Sinai 21.

  • They worshipped idols
  • Committing adultery
  • Bearing false witness against others
  • Coveting other people’s property
  • Practicing syncretism
  • False swearing of kings in public to subjects in God’s name which are not fulfilled
  • Marrying foreign wives who brought idol worshipping in Israel
  • They worked on the Sabbath day

    21. Explain what the Israelites understood about God from the Exodus experience.

  • The Israelites understood God as more powerful than the Egyptians gods
  • God is faithful as he fulfilled the promises to Abraham
  • God is a provider – He provided them with food ( manna) and water
  • God is loving and kind
  • God is merciful
  • God is slow to anger
  • God is just – he punishes those who disobeyed him
  • God is jealous and does not tolerate rivals
  • God is holy
  • God is a protector
  • God is omnipresent
  • God works though men of faith

    22. Why should Christians live by the laws of God?

    Laws helps Christians to keep off idolatry

  • Laws encourage sexual uprightness
  • Laws help one to respect other peoples property
  • The laws help Christians to avoid telling lies and accusing other people falsely Obedience to God’s Laws enables Christians to respect life and not to take it away
  • By obeying laws Christians escape God’s judgement
  • By obeying laws Christians receive blessings from God

    23. Describe the call of Moses.

  • Moses was attending the flock of his father- in- law near Mt Horeb
  • He saw a burning bush
  • The bush was on fire but it was not getting consumed
  • Moses drew near to see why the bush was not getting consumed
  • God called him from within the bush
  • Moses was told not to draw near and remove his scandals because he was standing on a holy ground
  • God told Moses that he was the God and his father Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
  • Moses hid his father face because he was afraid to look at God
  • God told Moses that he had seen the suffering of his people and had heard their cry.
  • He told Moses of his intention to send him to Egypt to set the Israelites free
  • Moses was reluctant and tried to give reasons not to go to Egypt e.g. he was a stammerer.
  • God promised to be with him and empowered him to confront Pharaoh
  • God told Moses to take Aaron his brother to be spokesman

    Chapter Four Leadership in Israel

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Explain ways in which injustice can disrupt peace in society.

  • Can cause suffering e.g. hunger, sickness, death
  • Can cause hatred/ bitterness among people
  • Cab cause disrespect for those who practice injustice
  • Can lead to rebellion/ disobedience/ coup de tat/ demonstrations
  • Can lead to hypocrisy/ lying
  • Can lead to international isolation
  • Can lead to civil war/ fighting
  • Can cause all sorts of crimes e.g. murders, assassinations/ rape/ robbery

    2. Give five activities of King Jeroboam that made the Israelites in the Northern Kingdom turns away from God.

  • He stopped the Israelites from going to worship in Jerusalem
  • He made golden bulls/ idols
  • He made the people offer sacrifices to the bulls
  • He made Dan and Bethel centers of worship
  • He made places of worship in hill top or shrines
  • He chose priests who did not belong to the family of Levi
  • He instituted religious festivals unlike those found in Judah
  • He himself worshipped idols

    3. Give reasons why the Northern Kingdom of Israel was destroyed before the Southern Kingdom of Judah.

  • The people persecuted the prophets of Yahweh
  • The king led the people in idol worship e.g. Jeroboam/ people worshipped idols
  • They intermarried with the neighbouring communities which was against God’s command
  • The people refused to repent when given the opportunity/ were insincere
  • The rulers/ kings did nothing to return the people to the covenant way of life
  • The kings built temple for idol worship
  • They formed political alliances with neighbouring nations instead of trusting in Yahweh totally

  • The kings propagated injustice where the poor were denied justice e.g. Ahab and Yahweh totally.
  • Sexual immorality/ the people engaged in immoral activities at the temple
  • They sold fellow Israelites into slavery which was forbidden by Yahweh
  • The judges were corrupt/ they took bribes thus the innocent were wrongly judged

    4. Identify five ways used by the Israelites kings to bring people back to God

  • Destroyed the altars of idols gods
  • Set examples to the people by repenting their sins when warned by the prophets of wrong doing
  • Killing the priest of Baal e.g. Jehu Restoring temple worship e.g. David Renewal of the covenant/ they led the people in renewing their allegiance to God e.g. Jehu and Josiah
  • Repaired the temple/ they made God’s dwelling place presentable
  • Destroyed the bronze serpent which Moses had made during the exodus for the
  • Israelites had begun worshipping it they burnt incense to it
  • They did not form political alliance with neighbouring kings thus demonstrating to the people that they completely trusted in God

    5. Explain the duties of Prophet Samuel

  • Anointed the first two kings of Israel ( Saul and David)
  • Judging the people
  • Foretold God’s plan for the future
  • Reminded the people of God’s ways
  • Acted as a mediator between God and people
  • Condemned social injustice or corruption
  • Brought to the king’s attention their mistakes
  • Condemned idolatry
  • Offered sacrifices

    6. Explain the factors that led to the failure of David’s successors.

  • They shed innocent blood
  • They were oppressive of their rule (introduced, heavy taxation and forced labour) They married foreign wives
  • They built temples/ shrines for idols
  • They were unfaithful/ dishonest
  • They did not tell the people who was
  • They were disobedient to God
  • They did not rule according to the law of Moses
  • They did not listen to the prophets
  • They worshipped both God and idols
  • They took part in Pagan feasts
  • They sought alliance with neighbouring states instead of relying on God

    7. Explain the failures of King Saul

  • He became impatient and offered sacrifices to God at Gilgal instead of waiting for prophet Samuel
  • He ignored advice from God’s prophet
  • He discovered God by failing to observe the rule of herem
  • He plotted to kill David
  • He consulted a medium
  • He committed suicide
  • He lost his faith in God

    8. Give reason why the Israelites demanded for a king

  • The sons were corrupt and took bribes
  • They wanted a warrior who could lead them to war
  • They wanted a visible king/ whom they could see and touch
  • They wanted to be like other nations

  • They wanted a stable political government ruled by law and order

    9. State the achievements of Solomon as king of Israel.

  • He developed trade with the neighbouring countries
  • Be built up a strong army
  • He brought the temple for God
  • He bought the Ark of the covenant to the temple of Jerusalem
  • He built himself a palace that took 13 years to be completed
  • He composed 3000 proverbs and 1005 songs
  • He was a shrewd diplomat
  • He organized a civil administration
  • He became famous because of his wisdom

    10. In what ways did David’s promote the worship of god?

  • He brought the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem
  • He made Jerusalem a holy city where Israelites from all over the land came for important religious occasions
  • He composed psalms which were used in worship by the Israelites
  • He showed respect to the prophet of Yahweh and listened to their messages He wanted to build a temple for God
  • when he made mistakes he asked for Yahweh’s forgiveness He Constantly sort God’s guidance

    11. Explain why Samuel was opposed to kingship in Israel.

  • The Israelites would forget God as their unseen king or ruler
  • Their loyalty would be to the Kings instead of Yahweh
  • The Israelites would be influenced by other nations and forget covenant with God
  • Human kings would rule according to their human character
  • Kingship would bring a new form of authority and rule and new social system
  • Hereditary kingship would lead to oppression and dictatorship
  • The Israelites would lose their identity as a covenant people

    12. Explain why David was the most successful king in Israel.

  • He was chosen by God
  • He received public anointing at Hebron where he signed a treaty with the elders
  • He received the spirit of God from the time he was anointed
  • He was a brilliant military commander
  • He captured Jerusalem from the Jebusites
  • He brought the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem
  • He expressed great faith in God
  • He expanded the geographical boundaries of Israel though conquests
  • He had remarkable leadership qualities
  • He was a shrewd administrator who chose wise elders and counselors

    13. Explain the importance of the temple in Jerusalem in the religious lives of the Israelites.

  • The temple symbolized the presence of God amongst the people
  • Worship was done in the temple on the Sabbath day
  • Animals for sacrifice were brought from the temple
  • It was a house of prayer
  • Sacrifices to God were offered in the temple
  • It served as an academic center for the Israelites
  • Purification and dedications rites were performed in the temple
  • Adjacent to the temple was the tribunal where criminals were tried by the teachers of the law
  • It also served as a commercial center where goods were sold and brought
  • It also housed the Ark of the covenant

    14. State the role of Judges in Israel.

  • They acted as God’s prophets
  • They offered prayers and sacrifices on behalf of the people
  • They settled disputes among the people
  • They led the Israelites to war against their enemies
  • Some like Samuel were given the role of anointing kings

    15. Outline the promises given to King davit

  • God would make David’s name great
  • Go would give the Israelites a place to settle in
  • God would raise on heir from David’s lineage
  • God would let David’s Son build a temple for him
  • God promised to establish a kingdom that would last forever

    16. Discuss the qualities modern leaders should have form the example of David.

  • Courage
  • Faith
  • Gratitude
  • Loyalty
  • Justice
  • Wisdom
  • Humility
  • Kindness
  • He married foreign wives
  • He loved himself more than God by building his palace for 13 years and the temple for only 7 years
  • He worshipped idol gods
  • He did not observe the covenant of brotherhood as he taxed the Israelites heavily
  • He built worship places for idol gods
  • He signed trade and marriage agreement with his neighbours
  • He disobeyed the instructions of his father David that they should rely solely on God
  • He subjected the Israelites to forced labour
  • He murdered his half – brother Adonijah

    17. Explain how King Solomon turned away from the covenant way of life .

    Refer to failures of king solomon

    18. Name nine Judges in Israel.

  • Othiniel
  • Ehud
  • Samson
  • Gideon
  • Abimelech
  • Deborah
  • Samuel
  • Barat
  • Shamga

    19. Explain five challenges that the Israelites faced during the period of Judges.

  • Inability to worship together
  • Idolatry
  • Strain in battles
  • Inferiority complex
  • They admired their neighbours

    Chapter Five

    Loyalty to God: Elijah

    The Spread of Idolatry in Israel

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. What circumstances led to the contest between Prophet Elijah and the Prophets of Baal at Mt. Carmel?

  • Ahab marrying jezebel
  • Unfaithfulness of Israelites to the way of the covenant
  • Worship of idols
  • Syncretism developed
  • Persecution of Yahweh prophets by Jezebel
  • Contest was to prove that Yahweh was a true God

    2. Explain the circumstances which led to the spread of idolatry in Israel

  • Transition from Pastoral life to agriculture life made them resort to Canaanite gods of fertility
  • Intermarriage between the Israelites and other people brought idol worship to Israel
  • when the kingdoms of Israel and Judah separated following the death of Solomon Jeroboam established two new places of worship at Bethel and Dan for the people of Northern kingdom to worship
  • when the Israelites were defeated in wars by other nations they felt Yahweh had forsaken them. This made them seek consolation from the Canaanite gods
  • The Israelites forsook the covenant that they made with Yahweh at Mt Sinai
  • when they settled in Canaan syncretism developed where they would worship Yahweh’s
  • when it was necessary and worship idols when it was necessary
  • when they took over Canaan, they found elaborate temples which were built for the Canaanite gods and instead of destroying them. They continued to use them in the worship of Yahweh
  • In order to strengthen political alliances with the neighbours some kings of Israel named foreign princesses who brought with them the worship of other gods to Israel.

    3. What were the characteristics of the Canaanites religion?

  • It was basically a nature religion or a cosmic religion
  • It was polytheistic i.e. it had a plurality of gods and goddesses
  • Rituals were performed to ensure continued fertility and the well being of the community
  • There was the chief god from whom all other gods sought support
  • Both human and animal sacrifices were offered to God and goddesses

    4. State five challenges that prophet Elijah faced in Israel

  • There was widespread idolatry and apostasy among the Israelites
  • There was corruption and injustice as people rejected the covenant way of life
  • There was religious persecution and hostility ( Jezebel had put to death some prophets of Yahweh) and those who escaped with their lives went into hiding
  • The people had abandoned they worship of Yahweh and practiced syncretism hence turning away from the covenant way of life
  • He faced opposition and even threats in his life from Jezebel and Ahab
  • There were false prophets of Baal and Asherah who were brought to Israel by Jezebel to promote false religion
  • He had to face Ahab and challenge him for misleading the people
  • Convincing the people that it is Yahweh who was the true God
  • Had to prove to Israel that he was the true prophet of Yahweh
  • He had to endure hardships in wilderness

    5. Describe the problems faced by prophet Elijah in Israel.

    i. Jezebel swore to kill Elijah the way he had killed the prophets of Baal.

    ii. Elijah got afraid and fled to Beersheba after killing the prophet Baal.

    iii. He was discouraged and he felt lonely.

    iv. He got depressed and prayed for death

    v. He walked for 40 days and night to Mt. Horeb

    vi. when he arrived at Mt. Horeb Elijah was weak.

    vii. He mistook God’s nature. God rebuked him.

    viii. Elijah doubted God’s victory over Baal ix.

    He had to convince people that he was a true prophet of Yahweh.

    x. After pronouncing the 3 year drought he lived in fear.

    xi. He was accused falsely by Ahab as the troublemaker of Israel; .

    xii Elijah underestimated his ability in bringing people back to Yahweh.

    xiii. He had to defend his religion to prove that Yahweh was a true God

    6. State five practices of idolatry during the time of Prophet Elijah

  • Syncretism – mixing idolatry and the worship of Yahweh.
  • Building temples for idol gods e.g. King Ahab
  • Worshipping of false gods.
  • Offering sacrifices to the idol gods. (both human and animal sacrifices)
  • Performing rituals to ensure continued fertility and the well being of the community.
  • They were human sacrifices
  • There was temple/cult prostitution
  • Images and symbols were used to represent the gods and goodness’s.

    7. a) Describe the nature of the Canaanite religion. (10 mks)

    (i) It was based on nature/cosmic/cyclic/changes in seasons.

    (ii) It was polytheistic/comprised of many gods and goddesses.

    (iii) Symbols/idols/images were made to represent each god/goddess.

    (iv) Temple prostitution was part of the worship of gods and goddesses.

    (v) Human and animal sacrifices were made to the gods/goddesses.

    (vi) F festivals and feasts were celebrated in honour of the gods and goddesses.

    (vii) Rituals were performed to ensure continued fertility and well being of the community.

    (viii) There were prophets and prophetesses for each god and goddess.

    (ix) each god and goddess played a specific role in the community.

    (x) There was a chief god and goddess.

    (xi) Temples/shrines/High places of worship of Gods/goddesses.

    b) Identify ways in which King Jeroboam contributed to religious schism between Judah and Israel. (4 mks)

    (i) He made two golden calves and placed one at Bethel and another at Dan to represent Yahweh.

    (ii) He set up two rival places of worship an ignored Jerusalem.

    (iii) He made the Israelites to offer sacrifices to the golden calves

    (vi) He chose priests from ordinary families to serve at worship centers

    (v) He burnt incense at altars of the idols

    (vi) He instituted religious festivals in the months of his choice.

    c) What life skills do Christians need to use in order to fight corruption in Kenya today? (6 mks)

    (i) Critical thinking/ creative thinking

    (ii) Decision making

    (iii) Conflict resolution

    (iv) Tolerance, assertiveness, self - esteem

    (v) Self- awareness, empathy

    (vi) Effective communication

    8. a) Describe the contest between prophets of Baal at mount Carmel (1st Kings 18:17-40). (7mks)

    (i) Prophet Elijah asked Ahab to assemble all the people at Mount Carmel

    (ii) The king summoned all the people including the prophets of Baal to Mount Carmel

    (iii) Elijah told the people to choose between worshiping God and Baal

    (iv) He suggested to the people that two bulls be brought and each party to offer the sacrifice to their god.

    (v) He challenges them and said whichever party will make their God to offer the sacrifice will be the true God.

    (vi) Elijah mocked them/ asked them to shout louder to their God

    (vii) They prayed, cut themselves with knives until they bled but Baal did not answer them

    (viii) Elijah asked the people to come near him as he repaired the alter of God.

    (ix) He placed the Sacrifice on the alter and asked the people to pour water on it.

    (x) Fire consumed the sacrifices/ the wood/ stones/ the water/ dust around it.

    (xi) The people threw themselves on the ground and worshiped the lord as the true God

    (xii) Elijah killed the prophets of Baal

    b) Give four conditions that made it difficult of Prophet Elijah to stop idolatry in Israel. (8mks)

    (i) The existence of false promises to the Israelites

    (ii) King Ahab had allowed his Phoenician wife to bring the worship of the false gods and goddess

    (iii) Jezebel had persecution of true prophets of God by Jezebel

    (iv) King Ahab had allowed the building of temples/ high places for the worship of Baal

    (v) The Canaanite religion had a strong influence on the Israelites

    (vi) The king participated in idol/ worship

    (vii) The idol gods could be seen/ touched so they appeared real

    c) Identify five qualities of Prophet Elijah that a Christian leader should possess. (5mks)

    (i) Truthfulness

    (ii) Courage

    (iii) Faithfulness/ trust

    (iv) Kindness

    (v) Loving/ caring

    (vi) Honesty

    (vii) Responsible

    (viii) Loyalty/ obedience

    (ix) Respectful

    (x) Prayerfulness

    9. What did the Israelites learn about the nature of God from the Mt.Carmel Contest?

  • God is alive
  • God is a true God
  • God punishes evil doers
  • God is Holy
  • God keeps promises
  • God forgives
  • God answers prayers

    10. List down some forms of corruption in our society today.

  • Tribalism
  • Bribery
  • Cheating in business
  • Stealing
  • Robbery with violence
  • Dishonesty
  • Misuse of public property or funds
  • Thunder on Mt. Sinai
  • Earthquake at Mt. Sinai fire at Mt. Sinai

    11. Name the signs used by God to show his power over Baal’s during the time of Elijah.

  • Thunder on Mt. Sinai
  • Earthquake at Mt. Sinai fire at Mt. Sinai
  • Soft whisper of voice
  • Furious wind that spilt the hills and scattered the rocks
  • Fierce fire to consume the burnt offering and water during the Mt. Carmel contest

    12. In what ways did Jezebel and Ahab break the covenant way of life in Naboth’s case?

  • They coveted Naboth’s vineyard
  • They bore false witness against Naboth
  • They killed Naboth
  • They organized and took Naboth’s ancestral witness

    13. Why is idol worship condemned in the Old Testament?

  • They coveted Naboth’s vineyard
  • They bore false witness against Naboth
  • They killed Naboth
  • They organized and took Naboth’s ancestral witness

    14. What is the relevance of Elijah’s prophetic mission to the Christians today?

  • Like Elijah church leaders should condemn evils being committed in the society.
  • Leaders should use their positions to uplift the poor and the weak instead of exploiting them
  • Christians should live a life of prayers
  • Christians need to be very honest in giving information that affects others
  • Christians must not give false information at anytime in court when acting as witnesses.
  • Christians should live free of corruption
  • Christians should be persistent like Elijah in the struggle for justice.
  • Christians should advocate for the rights of the week and the poor and speak against any form of oppression.

    15. Give reasons why Elijah was forced to escape from Israel.

  • Hatred against the prophets of Yahweh promoted by Jezebel
  • Hatred against the prophets of Yahweh promoted by Jezebel
  • He killed the prophets of Baal after the Mt. Carmel incident. This created hostility from Jezebel
  • He fought against corruption which made him clash with Ahab’s family
  • After declaring the drought God commanded him to run away, turn eastwards and hide in the ravine.
  • Yahweh is a powerful God who controls the forces of nature

    16. Identify the lessons one would learn from Mt. Carmel contest.

  • Yahweh is a powerful God who controls the forces of nature
  • God is a forgiving god who forgave the Israelites when they repented.
  • Yahweh is the provider as he provided Elijah with fire to consume the sacrifice God s
  • Is a jealous God who will not share his honour with any other being

  • God is a true God as Baal failed to answer prayers but God did

    17. Identify seven forms of idolatry that threaten Christianity today.

  • Devil worship
  • Sexual immorality
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Greed for money
  • Greed for power
  • Practice of witchcraft, magic sorcery and divination
  • Education
  • Career and employment
  • Love of popular culture

    18. Identify and explain three life skills that Elijah used to fight corruption in Israel.

  • Critical thinking
  • Creative thinking
  • Decision making

    1. a) What was the significance of the Traditional African initiation rites?

  • Mark the change from one stage to another e.g. childhood to adulthood
  • Provide opportunity for the initiates to take their new duties/responsibilities and privileges
  • Give the initiates a feeling of new/higher status in the community
  • Bring families/communities /clans together to celebrate
  • Give the initiates’ identity /a sense of belonging as they are initiated into a community e.g. age groups/secrete society/council elders.

    b) Explain the role of the sponsor during Traditional African circumcision Ceremonies.

  • They offer guidance and counseling to the candidates
  • They give candidates instructions in sex Education
  • They encourage the candidate to face the operation with courage
  • They give moral/physical support during the operation
  • Acts as a link between the candidates and their families
  • They play the role of a mentor to the initiated
  • They ensure that the initiated are protected/well cared for

    2. Explain the modern factors affecting the Traditional African heritage.

  • Foreign religions e.g. Christianity, Islam, Hinduism Foreign cultures and values
  • Western Education Plus Agencies High cost of living/inflation New forms of government and politics
  • Science and technology
  • Urbanization
  • Improved infrastructure
  • Mass media

    3. a) Explain the reasons why myths are important in traditional African communities.

  • They explain the origin of people
  • They explain the occupation and culture of the people
  • Justify the ownership of the tribal land
  • They explain the origin of death
  • They describe the original status of God and human beings
  • They explain some religious status of God and human beings
  • They give people identity
  • They entertain people.
  • They are basis of unity
  • They explain the origin of some practices customs and traditions

    b) Explain how the rites connected with initiation into adulthood express traditional African beliefs in life after death.

  • Initiation has been handed down from the ancestors who are custodians of the tradition
  • Rejection of the rite of initiation may lead to punishment from the ancestors
  • In some communities a person cannot be buried before circumcision if he is a grown up for fear of him being rejected in the spirit world
  • The shelling of blood during initiation incorporates the living and the dead/ unites the initiates with the ancestors.
  • The shedding of blood during initiation incorporates the living and the dead/unites the initiates with the ancestors
  • It is only after initiation that a person is allowed to procreate so that after death there will be offspring to inherit him to remember him
  • Initiation songs depict past heroes and ancestors who withstood the operation without fear.

  • The medicine/ herbs used on the wound is said to belong to the ancestors who havepower to heal
  • Offences committed before initiation must be confessed before initiation lest one bleeds to death due to the wrath of the ancestors
  • Gifts to the initiates were to please the ancestors and were the sign of welcome to the full community which is composed of the living the dead and the unborn
  • Prayers are made through the ancestors for the protection and blessings of the initiates.
  • All members of the community participate in the initiation ceremony- the living, the dead and the unborn
  • The initiates learn the stories of heroes so that they can emulate them Initiation is a stage closer to death which leads to life after death Ancestors are consulted regarding the initiation rite
  • In some communities the initiates acquire names of ancestors after initiation to honour them as a sign the ancestors are still alive represented

    c) Give the responsibilities of the living to the ancestors in the African traditional communities.

    They should pour libations to them

  • Sacrifice and give offering to them
  • Name their children after the ancestors
  • Offer venerations and pray through them
  • Should respect them
  • Remember them by inviting them to social functions and invoking their names
  • Teach their children about them
  • Obey them by carrying out their wishes
  • Appease them
  • Build shrines for them

    4. Explain the reasons why traditional African communities offer sacrifices.

  • To thank God for the good he has done for them e.g. giving rain, children, harvest and health
  • To ask for God’s forgiveness and mercy
  • To ask for help from God during difficult times e.g. during drought, famine
  • During the making of the covenants e.g. peace covenants, clan disputes so that God can be a witness

    5. Explain the methods of disciplining errant members in traditional African Communities.

  • Beating/ caning/ whipping/ pinching/ pulling of ears especially for the children when they disobey the older members of the family.
  • Wife beating if wives disobey husbands
  • For small mistakes a person can be reprimanded by the elders/ given a warning not to repeat the mistake.
  • For committing a crime that was embarrassing to the relatives/ age mates a person could be disowned by parents, the clan or the age group.
  • Payment of fine in form of a bull/ goat/ sheep/ a cock/ bear
  • An errant member can be defamed through songs that were composed to ridicule him/ her
  • By being given unpleasant nicknames which reflected the wrong the person has done.
  • Sometimes relatives refuse to name children after errant members
  • An errant member can be summoned to appear before the council of elders/ age- groups/ elders
  • An errant member can be served with banning orders e.g. cannot join such social functions as dances/ feast initiation ceremonies etc.

    6. Explain the methods of disciplining errant members in traditional African Communities.

  • One must havebeen initiated into adulthood Must be married
  • Must be able to afford the membership fee
  • Should be exemplary in dealing with the family/ community affairs
  • Should be of good conduct/ earned respect in the community
  • Should have grown up children should be of the right/ specifies age
  • Should have the support of other elders
  • Should go through the eldership rituals

    7. Give five reasons why the newly initiated young men lived together in a community for some time.

  • So that they could receive common teaching values
  • For proper monitoring of their healing
  • To facilitate proper feeding for all
  • So they could undergo certain rituals before returning home
  • It gave them opportunity to socialize
  • They learned to live as brothers and this cemented age- group relationships
  • It made it easier to provide them with guidance and counseling
  • So that they could learn the secrets of their community
  • They were taught facts of life
  • To keep away from members of the opposite sex and children
  • To teach them to be independent

    8. state five ways in which people in the Traditional African Communities helped bereaved families

  • They visited the bereaved, stayed with them and gave them moral support Consoled them through singing, dancing, praying and giving words of comfort
  • Contributed food and other material needs and gave them moral support
  • Helped them by performing certain duties for them e.g. cooking for them
  • Helped in preparing the grave/ digging and burying
  • They attended the funeral the funeral to give the departed a good send off.
  • Helped in preparing the body for burial
  • Informed friends and relatives about the death.
  • Made a Eulogy to praise or to testify the deceased’s contribution to the community
  • Participated in rituals/ ceremonies performed by the bereaved family e.g. slaughtering, eating, dancing and cleansing

    9. Identify five occasions when oaths were administered in traditional African communities.

  • During reconciliation ceremonies
  • During marriage
  • After initiation
  • when preparing for a raid
  • when deciding on cases/ settling disputes
  • when a person is being adopted into a family or clan or tribe
  • when a person was being initiated into a secret society
  • During installation of leaders ( oath of office)
  • when a community was threatened members took oath to remain united against the enemy
  • During the making of peace treaties when buying land
  • During some naming ceremonies

    10. Give five reasons why initiated young men lived together in a community for some time.

  • Promote the youth into adulthood
  • Providing a learning forum for the youth to know the society’s ideals
  • Used as a method of preserving the society’s cultural heritage
  • Created a strong relationship between the initiates and the sponsor
  • Enhances the bond of friendship among the initiates
  • It made one full member of the community/ created a sense of belonging
  • One was a given right to own property and to marry.

    11. Give reasons why oaths were administered in traditional African Communities

  • To ensure secrecy of information known
  • As a binding symbol of members of the community/ a sign of covenant
  • To ensure compliance to the social norms and disciplines
  • To find out the truth of the matter in question
  • To deter people from telling lies
  • To link the living with the dead or the ancestors
  • To prepare the parties for serious tasks
  • To make people remain loyal to each other/ good etc

    12. Give reasons why oaths were administered in traditional African Communities

  • Sex education was given to the youth to instill discipline and responsibility
  • The youth were sensitized on the consequences or irresponsible sexual behavior
  • Sex before marriage was prohibited
  • Virginity was highly valued
  • Girls who became pregnant before marriage were severely punished
  • Young men who impregnated girls before marriage were also punished
  • Parents especially the mothers were held responsible for their daughters conduct. They therefore closely watched their movement
  • During occasions such as dances, young people were supervised so that they did not misbehave
  • There was physical separation of the sexes males and females lived in separate houses
  • There were taboos on sexual relationships each other and maintain their dignity and honour

    13. Outline ways through which a marriage partner is chosen in Traditional African Communities

  • Boys and girls choose their mates freely without interference from parents
  • Parents could make a choice when the children were young
  • Parents of a young man approached the parents of a young lady and asked for her hand in marriage
  • An intermediary could be used
  • A girl could be waylaid by the Youngman and dragged to his house A senior wife could choose another wife for her husband
  • A brother of a dead man could inherit his wife
  • In some communities rich men could be given wives as gifts
  • In other communities a debtor could give his daughter as a wife to pay a debt

    14. a) What changes have taken place in the rite of initiation in Kenya today? (8 mks)

    i. Female circumcision/ clitoridectomy has been discouraged

    ii. Circumcision can be done at any age/ time

    iii. Some communities take their children to hospital for circumcision

    iv. Education of the initiates is offered by persons/ bodies other than traditional sponsors

    v. Some initiation practices like removal of teeth/ tattooing of the body are being discouraged/ discarded

    vi. Some communities haveminimized/ stopped elaborate ceremonies/ rituals associated with initiation

    vii. People are being discouraged from using the same circumcision instruments

    viii. The role of age set/ age group is fading away in some communities

    ix. Initiation practices are no longer a test of courage/ bravery

    b) Identify moral values taught to the youths during initiation to adulthood in traditional African communities. (6mks)

    i. Hospitality/ generosity/ kindness

    ii. Honesty

    iii. Integrity

    iv. Tolerance/ perseverance/ endurance

    v. Chastity/ faithfulness/ self – control

    vi. Loyalty/ obedience

    vii. Respect/ courtesy

    viii. Love, responsibility

    ix. Cooperation, unity, courage, hard work

    c) Identify the factors that are undermining the role of elders in Kenya today (6 mks)

    i) It can lead to infection/ STIs/HIV/AIDS due to use of same instruments

    (ii) It can lead to injury/ Mutilation of the reproductive organs of the initiate

    (iii) It is against child/ human rights

    (iv) It can cause psychological torture/ traumatizes the initiate.

    (v) It can lead to irresponsible sexual behaviour

    (vi) It can lead to early marriages

    (vii) It can lead to school dropouts among the girls

    (viii) It can lead to bleeding/ death

    (ix) It can lead to separation/ divorce

    (x) It can lead to disagreement/ quarrels in families

    15. a) Identify practices in traditional African communities that show their belief in life after death. (8mks)

    (i) Naming children after the dead

    (ii) Invoking the names of the dead during problems/ inviting them/ important occasions

    (iii) Burying the dead with some property

    (iv) Offering sacrifices to the dead

    (v) Pouring of libation to the living dead/ ancestors/ leaving some food for the living Dead.

    (vi) Taking care of the graveyards

    (vii) Fulfilling the wishes/ will of the dead/ carrying out the demands of the dead

    (viii) Taking of the dead as having gone for a walk

    (ix) Washing the dead body/ oiling/ decent burial

    (x) Holding commemoration ceremonies

    (xi) Burying the dead in a particular position/ direction/ ancestral land.

    b) Identify moral values taught to the youths during initiation to adulthood in traditional African communities. (6mks)

    (i) Being initiated

    (ii) Must be married

    (iii) Being of good conduct/ achievements/ warrior (hero)/ character/ respected in Society

    (iv) Should have children

    (v) Having the / specific age

    (vi) Ability to provide for others/ wealth

    (vii) Should be knowledgeable in matters of the society/ confidential/ wise

    (viii) Having support from leaders of the society

    (i) Be of sound mind/ good health

    (ii) Be a bonafide member of the community

    (iii) By undergoing the rituals of being an elder

    16. Why was courtship important in Traditional African Community?

  • It enabled a man and a woman to know if they were suitable marriage partners
  • It gave the parents of the girl and the boy a chance to meet and know one another
  • It allowed time for the bride- wealth to be paid and negotiated
  • It allowed the boy and the girl to be taught their responsibilities The boy and the girl got a chance to learn about their in- laws to be
  • Parties from both sides were able to exchange gifts cementing the relationships between them

    17. Explain the importance of dowry in modern society?

  • It ensures a lasting marriage relationship
  • It is a token of appreciation by the bridegroom and his family to the bride’s family for having cared for her.
  • Dowry strengthens the relationship between the families
  • It is regarded as a compensation to the bride’s family for losing a member
  • It is a seal of the covenant between the family of the bridegroom and that of the bride
  • It brings members of the two families together to share celebrations
  • It is a sign that the man is serious with his intention to marry

    18. Explain five roles of a diviner in the Traditional African society.

  • He predicted future occurrences
  • He warned against calamities
  • He advised people on various issues
  • He interceded on behalf of the community in times of trouble
  • He presided over various cases in the community
  • He interpreted messages from the spirit world
  • He comforted the sick, and the depressed in the community
  • He identifies the evil spirits causing trouble
  • He was consulted in case of bareness or impotence

    19. Outline ways in which traditional African communities show respect for unborn child.

  • The expectant mother is given charms to wear to protect her and the unborn child
  • The expectant mother observes taboos hence avoid certain foods, people and places
  • The expectant mother is checked and occasionally advised by traditional mid- wives
  • Prayers sacrifices and libations are given to God and ancestors for protection Sexual intercourse is not allowed during pregnancy
  • Herbs and medicine is administered to the expectant mother There should be no harmful implements in the house or compound where the expectant mother lives
  • Expectant mothers were not to be treated cruelly by members of the family / society etc

    20. In what ways did the traditional Africans maintain their relationship with the ancestors?

  • Building shrines for the ancestors
  • Pouring libations to them
  • Giving their names to the newborns
  • Protecting their culture and ancestral land
  • Obeying their wishes and wills revealed through dreams
  • Appeasing them through sacrifices and offerings
  • Inviting them to take part in celebrating of rituals
  • Men approach ancestors for minor needs of life
  • Giving ancestors whatever they need in rituals
  • Approaching shrines with respect

    21. Give the similarities found in African myths

  • God is the creator of the universe
  • God is the creator of man
  • Everything God made was good
  • Man was created came after most things were created
  • Creation work did not stop in the distant past ( God continues working) God is powerful and merciful
  • Death/ evil came as a result of disobedience

    22. What was the role of rainmakers in the African community?

  • Advised the community on rain and drought
  • Had power to pray for rain
  • Had mysterious power
  • Acted as diviners/ priests and prophets
  • Sacrificed, prayed and gave offering to God and ancestors
  • Sprinkled water to call rain
  • They were well versed with the skins habit of trees, moon and stars
  • They could plead with God to stop the rain

  • They were able to tell the people when the rain would

    23. Explain how wealth was acquired in African Traditional Society.

  • Wealth was acquired through
  • Inheritance
  • Trade
  • Cattle raids
  • Work

    24. Explain the conditions under which divorce may be allowed in African Traditional society.

  • Laziness
  • Witchcraft/ sorcery
  • Breaking of taboos
  • Disrespect of in- laws
  • Failure to pay dowry
  • Unfaithfulness
  • In case one is discovered to be a thief
  • In case one suffered from madness, leprosy, epilepsy

    Form Two Work

    Chapter One

    God Meets Us in Jesus Christ Lukes Gospel

    Old Testament Prophecies About the Coming of the Messiah Nathan ‘s Prophesy

    Past Kcse Questions

    1. Explain ways in which John the baptist fulfilled Old Testament prophecies on the Messiah.

  • He baptized Jesus in the River Jordan.
  • He advised people to live Holy lives to share and what is right.
  • He preached repentance of sins.
  • He baptized repentant people.
  • He acknowledged Jesus greatness
  • He introduced Jesus to the crowd as the Messiah.
  • He handed over his disciples to Jesus.

    2. State the Jewish expectations concerning the Messiah

  • They expected a political messiah who would overthrow their colonial rulers.
  • The Messiah would rule the world from Jerusalem and receive homage from all the nations of the earth.
  • The messianic kingdom would be a temporary Jewish kingdom like the roman kingdom but more powerful.
  • The establishment of this kingdom would be preceded by cosmic signs.
  • The messiah would be a descendant of David
  • He would come after the return of Elijah
  • He would not associate with the poor, sinners and gentiles.
  • He would uphold Judaism.
  • He would perform miracles

    3. Describe Nathan’s prophecy about the Messiah.

    - Nathan prophesied that

  • King David’s house and kingdom would last forever.
  • The Messiah would be a descendant of David and would rule forever
  • God would help the everlasting King forever.
  • The Messiah would use Gods authority and strength to rule his people the Israelites

    4. Give the prophecies about the Messiah found in psalms 41: 19 and 110:1-2

  • A victorious king who would conquer and liberal
  • The king would rule wisely and advocate justice and righteousness.

  • He would save Judah from her enemies and ensure that the Israelites lived securely.
  • The king would be called “The lord our righteousness.
  • The servant will succeed in his work and will be highly honored.
  • The servant is despised, rejected and ignored by those who are with him.
  • He has nothing attractive. He is very ordinary and simple
  • He is harshly treated, arrested and sentenced to death and killed.
  • His body is buried with the bodies of rich men
  • He endures all that is done to him in humble silence
  • He accepts the suffering which should have been received by others for their sins Through his sufferings human being are reconciled to God.
  • It was the will of God that the servant should suffer. His death is a sacrifice to bring forgiveness of sins.

    5. Describe Jeremiah’s prophecy about the Messiah.

  • Jesus was born from David’s lineage
  • Angel Gabriel repeated the titles used by Isaiah to describe the Messiah
  • At the start of his ministry, Jesus proved that he was the messiah by reading aloud the scripture by Isaiah
  • As foretold Jesus was born in Bethlehem the city of David
  • Jesus suffered humiliation, rejection and opposition and death on the cross
  • Jesus was the true messiah as he fulfilled Psalms 41:9. He was betrayed by Judas, a close friend
  • Jesus as the messiah established God’s rule on earth
  • Jesus came as a universal messiah

    6. On the prophecies about the coming of the Messiah, what picture does prophet Isaiah present of the servant of Yahweh?

  • He bore the sins of human beings
  • Delivered humanity by dying on the cross
  • He submissively bore suffering and disgrace He was despised and rejected
  • He was mocked and spat on
  • He was pierced and wounded on his sides
  • He was buried in a rich man’s tomb
  • He was innocent yet treated as criminal
  • Through his wounds many have been healed
  • Through him the everlasting kingdom was established

    7. In which ways are church leaders preparing the people in the society for the coming of Jesus?

  • Preaching the good news about Jesus Christ.
  • Calling people to repentance and forgiveness of sins
  • Baptizing people
  • Observing the ten commandments
  • Pointing out evil in the society
  • Praying for the nation
  • Teaching Christian ethics as expected from the Bible
  • Offering guidance and counseling on complex
  • Advocating for rights of all human kind.
  • Solving and reconciliation of warning communities and nations.

    8. Explain the role of John the Baptist.

  • He was the link between the Old testament and the new testament
  • He prepared the way for the coming of the messiah by asking them to repent and be baptized
  • He preached to the people about Jesus the lamb of God
  • He introduced Jesus to the people
  • John baptized Jesus
  • He Condemned evils that were being carried out by Herod
  • He condemned the Phararisees for their hypocrisy and the pagan roman authorities for being oppressive and immoral
  • He ushered people to the messianic era

    9. How does the New Testament portray Jesus as the promised Messiah?

  • Jesus was born from David’s lineage
  • Angel Gabriel repeated the titles used by Isaiah to describe the Messiah
  • At the start of his ministry, Jesus proved that he was the messiah by reading aloud the scripture by Isaiah
  • As foretold Jesus was born in Bethlehem the city of David
  • Jesus suffered humiliation, rejection and opposition and death on the cross
  • Jesus was the true messiah as he fulfilled Psalms 41:9. He was betrayed by Judas, a close friend
  • Jesus as the messiah established God’s rule on earth
  • Jesus came as a universal messiah

    Chapter Two

    The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus .

    The Birth of John Is Announced

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Explain ways in which the birth and life of Jesus were to be extraordinary according to the annunciation of his birth.

  • Jesus was to be born of a virgin
  • Jesus conception was to be effected through the holy spirit John was to be born of the house of David
  • The name Jesus which means saviour was given by the angel Jesus was to save people from their sins
  • Jesus was going to be great Jesus was to be holy
  • Jesus would be an everlasting king

    2. In what ways did Jesus observe the religious practices of the Jews?

  • when Jesus was eight days old he was circumcised according to the Jewish customs
  • As a baby he was given the name Jesus that means God saves
  • Jesus mother underwent the purification ritual after the birth of Jesus as required by the law
  • Jesus was dedicated to God as the first born of his parents as required by the law
  • At the age of 12 he attended the Passover feast in the temple in the company of his parents
  • Jesus lived in Nazareth with his parents and he was obedient to them according to the law of God
  • Jesus celebrated the Jewish religious festivals. E.g. Passover, Pentecost, tabernacle and attended the synagogues and the Sabbathdays
  • He attended a wedding ceremony at Cana in Galilee and joined other guests to celebrate a marriage ceremony
  • Jesus appointed the twelve disciples to represent the twelve tribes of Israel
  • He was a sacred number to the Jews
  • Jesus kept the Jewish religious observations such as praying and fasting
  • Jesus salutations to the disciples “ peace be with you” Shalom was according to the Jewish traditions

    3. List five Jewish ceremonies in which Jesus was involved in.

  • Circumcision
  • Naming
  • Baptism
  • Presentation in the temple/ dedication
  • Visit to Jerusalem during the Passover at the age of twelve
  • Celebrated the Passover with the twelve disciples
  • He participated in the feast of the tabernacles

    4. With reference to the visit of the angle Gabriel to Mary state five Revelations about Jesus Christ.

  • Jesus was going to be great and would be called the son of the most high
  • He would be given the throne of his father David – to rule forever
  • Jesus was going to be everlasting king
  • He was going to save people from sin
  • Jesus conception was to be effected by the power of the holy spirit

    5. With reference to the incident when Jesus was dedicated to God at the age of forty days outline what Simeon and Anna revealed about his life?

    6. What lessons do Christians learn about family relationships from the incident when Jesus accompanied his parents for the Passover festival?

  • Jesus was going to be great and would be called the son of the most high
  • He would be given the throne of his father David – to rule forever
  • Jesus was going to be everlasting king
  • He was going to save people from sin
  • Jesus conception was to be effected by the power of the holy spirit

    7. a) Outline the message of angel Gabriel to Mary in Luke 1: 26-38 (8mks)

  • He would bring universal peace and salvation
  • Jesus had been chosen by God for the destruction and salvation of many in Israel
  • He was a sign from God and many people would speak against him
  • He would meet opposition which would bring suffering to him and his mother
  • Jesus was the messiah
  • He would deliver chosen people from oppression
  • He would be rejected by his own people
  • His suffering would bring sorrow to his mother

    b) Explain what the magnificant reveals about the nature of God. (8mks)

    (i) God is a saviour because he remembers the lowly

    (ii) God is mighty for the scatters the proud/ does great things

    (iii) God is holy/ holy is his name

    (iv) God is merciful to those who fear him

    (v) God is caring/ protecting because he exalts the humble

    (vi) He is a provider/ sustainer because he fills the hungry

    (vii) He is faithful because he keeps his promises

    (viii) He is kind/ helper to his servant Israel

    c) Identify six qualities shown by Jesus when he accompanied his parents to the temple at the age of twelve. (6mks)

    (i) He was obedient

    (ii) He was courageous

    (iii) He was knowledgeable/ intelligent/ wise

    (iv) He was respectful

    (v) He was cooperative

    (vi) He was patient

    (vii) He was honest

    (viii) He was assertive/ independent/ making independent decisions

    (ix) He was social/ outgoing

    (x) He was inquisitive

    10. Outline the qualities of John as described by angel Gabriel to Zechariah.

  • He would be God’s prophet
  • He would prepare the way for the messiah
  • He would bring joy to Zechariah and others
  • He would be a Nazarite
  • He would call people to repentance
  • He would havethe spirit and power of Elijah
  • He would be courageous in carrying out his duties
  • His name would be John to show that God is gracious to his people
  • He would great
  • He would be filled with the holy spirit

    11. Why was John referred to as the second Elijah?

  • Just like Elijah John also lived in the wilderness
  • John was also filled with holy spirit and proclaimed God’s message to the people
  • He also met opposition from the king just like Elijah
  • He was beheaded and Elijah was threatened with death by Jezebel
  • He stored firmly for the covenant way of life
  • He was a great prophet of his time
  • He led a simple life and faced many problems like hunger just like Elijah

    12. What lessons do Christians learn from the annunciation of the birth of John the Baptist?

  • God answers prayers however long it may take
  • Christians should not doubt God’s messages
  • We should be persistent, faithful and patient in prayers
  • Christians should be devoted to God in prayer
  • Children are a gift from God and a source of joy to their parents
  • God has a purpose for every child’s life

    13. What lessons can a Christian learn from the annunciation of the birth of Jesus?.

  • God exalts to humble and rejects the proud
  • Christians should humbly accept God’s plan for their lives
  • God has a purpose for the life of every child
  • Nothing is impossible with God
  • God wanted Jesus to part of a human family for him to identify with the human race

    14. Describe the birth of John the Baptist.

  • Mary went to visit Elizabeth after angel Gabriel told her that Elizabeth was expecting a baby
  • Mary greeted Elizabeth and the baby in Elizabeth womb leaped with joy
  • Elizabeth was filled with the holy spirit who revealed to her that the child she was carrying was the messiah
  • The spirit was also revealed that Mary was the most blessed of al women
  • Many sang a song known as the “ magnificent”

    15. Identify the main ideas in the magnificent

  • Many thanks God for
  • Being good to her
  • His goodness and love for all human beings
  • Fulfilling his promises to his people
  • Delivering the oppressed from their oppressors

    16. Describe the birth of John the Baptist

  • Elizabeth was very happy and so was Zechariah
  • John was circumcised after eight days in accordance with the Jewish customs
  • Elizabeth named the child John Zechariah affirmed the name of their son in writing
  • The people were surprised at the name because it was not in Zechariah’s lineage
  • Zechariah was now able to speak
  • He broke into a hymn called the Benedictus
  • Zechariah expressed his feelings of joy, gratitude and praise
  • Zechariah told of the mission of his son

    17. Identify the main ideas in the Benedictus.

  • The parents of Jesus offered the purification sacrifices according to the Law of Moses
  • Simon was moved by the holy Spirit and took Jesus into his arms and praised God
  • Simon prophesied about the mission of Jesus
  • Prophetess Ann thanked God for sending Jesus who would bring redemption
  • The parents of Jesus were amazed by the things Simon and Anna said about their child

    18. Describe the dedication ceremony during the infancy of Jesus.

  • The parents of Jesus offered the purification sacrifices according to the Law of Moses
  • Simon was moved by the holy Spirit and took Jesus into his arms and praised God Simon prophesied about the mission of Jesus
  • Prophetess Ann thanked God for sending Jesus who would bring redemption
  • The parents of Jesus were amazed by the things Simon and Anna said about their child

    19. Outline the angel’s message to Zechariah.

  • Your prayers have been answered
  • Your wife shall bear a son
  • His name shall be John
  • He shall be a source of joy
  • He shall be great
  • He shall not drink wine
  • He shall be filled with the holy spirit
  • He shall turn many to the lord
  • He shall go before the lord in the spirit of Elijah
  • He shall be dump for unbelief

    Chapter Three

    John the Baptist and Jesus.

    Past Kcse Questions

    1. Write down five teachings of John the Baptist about Jesus Christ.

  • Jesus is greater than John
  • Jesus will bring God’s salvation
  • He will proclaim judgment
  • He will punish sinners and reward the righteous
  • Jesus is the messiah
  • Jesus is the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world
  • Jesus will be filled with the holy spirit
  • Jesus was sent by God

    2. Mention different occasions when Jesus was tempted?

  • when he was tempted into the wilderness by Satan before he started his public ministry
  • Temptation in Nazareth when he asked him to perform the miracles he had performed at Capernaum
  • Temptation from the two sons of Zebedee when asked Jesus to destroy the inhospitable Samaritan villages
  • During the transfiguration when Peter wanted Jesus to remain on the mountain but Jesus rejected the idea.
  • when Jesus predicted his coming suffering and death and Peter objected to it and Jesus told him “ go behind me Satan”
  • At the garden of Gethsemane before his arrest when asked God to “remove this cup from me…….”
  • He was tempted while on the cross by the people and even the crucified thief that he should save himself from the cross.

    3. Identify five occasions in the life of Jesus when he was tempted? Refer to question 2 above

    4. Identify five occasions in the life of Jesus when he was tempted

  • when he was tempted into the wilderness by Satan before he started his public ministry
  • Temptation in Nazareth when he asked him to perform the miracles he had performed at Capernaum
  • Temptation from the two sons of Zebedee when asked Jesus to destroy the inhospitable Samaritan villages
  • During the transfiguration when Peter wanted Jesus to remain on the mountain but Jesus rejected the idea.
  • when Jesus predicted his coming suffering and death and Peter objected to it and Jesus told him “ go behind me Satan”
  • At the garden of Gethsemane before his arrest when asked God to “remove this cup from me…….”
  • He was tempted while on the cross by the people and even the crucified thief that he should save himself from the cross.

  • Jesus wanted to confirm and shop his approval of John’s ministry
  • Baptism provided an opportunity for the manifestation of the holy spirit
  • He wanted to identity himself with the sinful mankind
  • It prepared Jesus for his mission
  • Accepting Baptism meant his final acceptance of the work of salvation
  • It was a way of fulfilling the old testament prophecies about the messiah
  • It was the last act of preparing those who were ready to receive the messiah
  • It was God’s plan for saving mankind
  • It assured John and others that Jesus was the son of God
  • Baptism introduced Jesus to the people

    5. State the differences between the work of John the Baptist and that of Jesus Christ.

  • John baptized people but Jesus did not
  • John prepared the way for the messiah but Jesus was the messiah
  • John preached and told people to repent their sins but Jesus forgive people sins
  • John was only a prophet but Jesus came as a saviour
  • Jesus healed people and casted out demons but John only preached and baptized people
  • John baptized people with water but Jesus was to baptize people with the holy spirit and fire

    6. a) Describe the baptism of Jesus in river Jordan by John the Baptist in Luke 3:21-22 (5mks)

    (i) All the people had been baptized by John

    (ii) Jesus was baptized

    (iii) Jesus then started praying

    (iv) The heaven opened

    (v) The holy spirit descended upon Jesus in a bodily form as a dove

    (vi) Then a voice came from heaven

    (vii) Then it said, ‘thou art my beloved son with thee am well pleased.’

    b) Outline four teachings of John the Baptist in Luke 3:21-22. (5mks)

    (i) He told the people to repent and be baptized for forgiveness of their sins/ he asked people to prepare the way for the lord

    (ii) He told them to be faithful and obedient to God and not to pride in Abraham as their ancestor

    (iii) He warned them of God’s punishment on sin

    (iv) He encouraged the rich to share with the needy

    (v) He told the tax collectors not to seal/be honest

    (vi) He told the soldiers to be contented with their wages/ stop greed

    (vii) He told the soldiers to stop robbing/ accusing people falsely/ should be truthful

    (viii) He told them that the messiah who was to come after him was mightier/ he was unworthy to untie his sandals

    (ix) The messiah would baptize the people with fire and the Holy Spirit

    (x) The messiah would separate the good from the evil/ the evil would be punished

    (xi) He condemned Herod for his adulterous life/ marrying the brother’s wife

    c) Why are Christians finding it difficult to apply the teachings of John the Baptist in their lives today? (7 mks)

    (i) They lack faith in God’s word

    (ii) Divisions along tribal/ racial/denominational lines affects unity among Christians

    (iii) Clinging to the past/ inability to abandon the old/ previous life style

    (iv) Negative attitude by the rich towards the needy/ poor

    (v) The influence of the mass media/ moral decadence in society

    (vi) There is rampant corruption in the society

    (vii) The emergency of cult leaders/ false prophets in the society/ lack of role models

    (viii) Some Christians lead hypocritical life

    (ix) Peer pressure

    7. Give reasons why Jesus accepted to be baptized.

  • To be identify as the messiah
  • To identify himself with the sinful mankind a sign
  • Jesus was tempted to arbitrate between two brothers
  • when the rich young ruler called Jesus a good teacher
  • when he asked whether it was right to pay taxes to Caesar
  • In the garden of Gethsemane, he was tempted to escape the cup of suffering
  • During his trial he was asked whether he was the messiah
  • During crucifixion he was spat on but did not fight back
  • On the cross one of the thieves wanted him to deliver them
  • He was questioned by the Sadducees about the resurrection

    8. Outline ways in which Christians can overcome temptation in the contemporary world.

    • Christians should not fear to condemn evils in the society • Christians should commit their lives wholly to the work of God • Christians should accept their role with humility and preach the gospel Christians should be ready to proclaim the gospel even in a harsh environment for people to know God • Christians should share their resources with the less fortunate • Christians should be content with their pay not to accept bribes • Christians should learn to be truthful in their work environment • Christians should pronounce the consequences of judgment on those willing to repent

    9. Explain the lessons for Christian’s baptism

  • To follow Jesus example and identify with him
  • To receive the holy spirit who teaches and guide them in their lives
  • To prepare one to enter the kingdom of God
  • It unites Christians under one body of Christ
  • It effects complete forgiveness of sins
  • It is an act of being born again
  • It is a symbol of death and resurrection
  • Through baptism one becomes a child of God

    10. Describe the baptism of Jesus?.

  • when all the people were Baptized Jesus was also baptized
  • He was baptized by John the Baptist in River Jordan at a place called Bethbora
  • Jesus was praying when the heavens opened
  • The holy spirit descended from heaven upon him inform of a dove
  • A voice came from heaven saying “ Thou art my beloved son with thee I am well pleased”.

    11. What is the relevance of John the Baptist teaching to Christian today?

  • They should depend on Jesus
  • They should be well versed with the scriptures so that they can refer to the bible
  • They should seek guidance and counseling
  • They should attend bible classes for the right interpretation of the bible
  • They should have faith or believe in God to help them during trials
  • They should avoid wrong company
  • They should take part in active leisure
  • They should avoid circumstances that can lead them to sin
  • They should resist Satan

    12. Explain ways in which Christians can be tempted today

  • To give bribe in order to get a job
  • To engage in irresponsible sex due to peer pressure
  • To steal money entrusted to them
  • To cheat in examinations
  • To take drugs/ alcohol
  • To exploit those who serve under them in their places of work
  • To keep excess change from a shopkeeper or tout
  • To show off
  • To change serves like healing

    13. Describe the temptations of Jesus

  • Satan told Jesus to turn stones into bread and eat Jesus answered that man does not live on bread alone Satan then took Jesus to a high place and showed him all the kingdoms of the world
  • Satan promised to give Jesus everything if Jesus worshipped him Jesus answered that one should worship God and serve him alone
  • Hastily, Satan took Jesus to the pinnacle of the temple.

    He asked Jesus to throw himself down since God would send angels to ensure that he did not get hurt. Jesus answered that no one should tempt God.

    Chapter 4

    The Galilean Ministry

    Jesus Rejection at Nazareth

    Past Kcse Questions

    1. In what way is God’s power demonstrated in the healing miracles of Jesus?

  • The spoken word of Jesus during the healing of the paralyzed man “ your sins are forgiven” shows that Jesus was interested in curing people of their spiritual illness
  • Restoring people back to health liberates them from physical and psychological suffering
  • Casting out demons and raising people from dead shows that evil and the power of Satan are overcomed
  • Those who witness the miracles realize God’s presence in Jesus and accepted him as the long awaited saviour
  • The healing of non- Jews attests to the fact that God’s saving grace is for all humanity
  • The healing gave hope to the sick
  • The healing was a demonstration of God’s love for those who were oppressed by sickness.

    2. Give five lessons that a Christian can learn about the nature of Jesus from the incident when he cast out a demon from the man in a synagogue at Capernaum.

  • Jesus was a teacher
  • Jesus has power over the Sabbath
  • Jesus was human
  • Jesus is the holy one of God
  • Jesus had power over demons
  • Jesus had concern over people
  • Jesus was courageous

    3. Give the reasons why Pharisees were referred to as hypocrites by Jesus.

  • They considered themselves self- righteous
  • They despised others
  • They exalted themselves
  • They knew the commandments but did not apply them appropriately
  • They followed Jesus with an intention of finding faults
  • They followed rules made by human beings
  • They emphasized the outward cleanliness as opposed to purity of heart
  • They altered the law of Moses to suit their selfish motives
  • They were a bad influence to the people
  • Their effect on the people was hidden yet widespread

    4. Identify five ways through which Jesus prepared the disciples for his coming death.

  • By teaching them
  • By sending them on a mission work e.g. the 72 disciples
  • By praying for them
  • By telling them about his coming death and resurrection
  • By being with them e.g. during the transfiguration he was with Peter, John and James and this strengthened their faith

    5. What should be the qualities of an evangelist in Kenya today?

  • Should be knowledgeable in God’s word
  • Should be obedient to God’s commandment
  • havefaith in Jesus
  • Should preach the gospel
  • Should help the needy
  • Live a life of fellowship with others
  • Be a role model
  • Be ready to suffer for Christ
  • Guide and counsel others
  • Pray all the time
  • Should condemn evils in the society

    6. a) Outline what Angle Gabriel revealed about John the Baptist when he announced his birth to Zechariah. (6 mks)

    (i) He would be a source of joy to the parents (ii) Many people would rejoice at his birth (iii) He would be great in the sight of the lord (iv) He was not to take strong drink/ wine (v) He was to be filled with the Holy spirit from his mother’s womb (vi) Many Israelites would turn to God through him (vii) He would havethe spirit of Elijah/ power (viii) He was to prepare the people for the lord/ call people to repentance (ix) He would turn the fathers hearts to children/ bring reconciliation

    b) From the story of the early life of Jesus up to twelve years, identify ways through which he is seen as coming from a poor background. (8mks)

  • His father was a poor carpenter
  • His mother was an ordinary village girl
  • He was born in a manger/ cattle shed
  • He was born in small town of Judah/ Bethlehem
  • The first people to visit him were shepherds who were lowly regarded
  • He was revealed to Simeon and Anna who were simple
  • During his dedication the parents offered birds
  • He grew in Nazareth town of low status

    c) Give reasons why children should take part in church activities (6mks)

  • They are made in the image of God
  • To follow the example of Christ who went to the synagogue/ temple
  • To prepare them for future roles as leaders
  • To teach them religious beliefs/ practices
  • To lay foundation for Christian, orals at an early age
  • Jesus taught that the kingdom belongs to them/ he appreciated/ blessed children
  • To help develop/ improve their talents
  • To give them an opportunity to socialize with others
  • To help them spend their leisure positively

    7. Give reasons why Jesus used parables

  • To attract the attention of his listeners
  • To help his listeners understand better
  • To separate the serious people from the onlookers
  • To enrich his teachings
  • To avoid direct confrontation with his enemies
  • It was a common way of teaching those days
  • To teach about God’s mercy of sinners
  • To make people think critically about issues concerning God’s kingdom
  • To relate present issues with those of future kingdom positively

    8. Discuss the reasons why Jesus faced oppositions from the Jewish religious leaders

  • His popularity
  • His interpretation of the Sabbath
  • His failure to observe the law of fasting
  • He associated with tax collectors
  • His claim to be messiah
  • He out rightly condemned them
  • Teaching with authority
  • Claiming to forgive sins

    9. Identify various methods used by Christians in spreading the gospel today

  • Preaching
  • Teaching
  • Being role model
  • Holding crusades
  • Organizing seminars and conference
  • Electronic mechanisms e.g. sms and emails
  • Print media e.g. posters and magazines
  • Door to door evangelism
  • Through demonstrations and role play
  • Through the mass media e.g. radio and TV
  • Through Christian music e.g. cassettes and C.D.s

    10. Relate the miracle in which Jesus cast out evil spirit from a man at Capernaum

  • Jesus was teaching in the synagogue on a Sabbath
  • People were astonished because he spoke with authority
  • There was a man with a demon in the synagogue
  • The man cried out loudly “ Ah what have you to do with us Jesus of Nazareth? have you come to destroy us? I know who are. The holy one of God”.
  • Jesus rebuked the demon saying “ be silent and come out of him”
  • The demon came out of the man having thrown him down but causing him to harm
  • The people were amazed at his word and power
  • Reports about Jesus went out into every surrounding region

    11. Explain ways in which the disciples of Jesus showed their support to his ministry.

  • They left their families and followed him
  • They accepted his teachings
  • They invited him to their homes e.g. Levi
  • They accompanied him in his work
  • They addressed him as Rabbi/ teacher
  • They took care when he remembered he had denied Jesus
  • They were present when he was crucified on the cross
  • They helped him to spread the good news e.g. the 72 and the 12

    12. State the obstacles Christian’s leaders face as they do their work.

  • Political interference with church work
  • Corruption in the society
  • Factionalism within church members
  • Death and sickness among the members
  • Struggle for leadership among the members
  • Hypocrisy of some of the members
  • Financial constraints
  • Increasing members of atheists
  • Modern styles of living some of which are nor on accordance with biblical teachings

    13. Explain why Jesus was rejected in Nazareth his home town

  • He annoyed the people by telling them that their forefathers rejected God’s prophets
  • He failed to perform the miracles that he had performed in Capernaum
  • He told the people that prophets are ignored in their own country
  • He declared that he had come to fulfill Isaiah’s prophecy concerning the Messiah
  • He was the son of Joseph the carpenter
  • He compared them unfavorably with the Gentiles

    14. State the lessons that Christians learn about Jesus in his temptations in the wilderness

  • Jesus was human e.g. he felt hungry
  • Jesus was divine
  • Jesus had power over Satan
  • Jesus was obedient to his father
  • Jesus was ready for his mission
  • Jesus was well versed with the scriptures
  • Jesus knew that temptations come from the devil as he told the devil to leave him

    15. Give reasons why many people still reject the good news.

  • Materialism – love of wealth at the expense of spiritual
  • Corruption- This makes people to mistrust God loose
  • Permissiveness in the society- It makes people loose values system especially religious values
  • Mass media- people spend time watching radio and TV which may influence them negatively
  • Confusion due to religious pluralism- some people start wondering which is the true religion or cult
  • Religious persecution which make some people lose hope in God
  • Sexual immorality- they are engaged in immorality
  • Drug and alcohol addiction

    16. Identify the qualities of the disciples according to Jesus.

  • Love their enemies
  • Bless those who curse them
  • Should be prayerful
  • Forgiveness- not revenge
  • Kindness- share with others
  • Be merciful
  • Must be generous – give without expecting back
  • Courageous
  • Obedient

    Chapter Five

    Some Works and Teachings of Jesus the Healing of the Centurion’s Servant

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. What was the importance of transfiguration to the ministry of Jesus?

  • The appearance of and Elijah attests to the fact that Jesus had came to fulfill the law and the prophet
  • Jesus appearing in heavenly glory before his disciples affirms his messiah ship
  • It confirms that Jesus would fulfill God’s purpose through suffering and death
  • The voice from heaven confirmed to the three disciple that Jesus was the son of God
  • God strengthened Jesus and confirmed that be approved of his messiah
  • The incident strengthened the faith of the three disciples

    2. Discuss the teachings of Jesus in the parable of the sower.

  • The word of God is preached to all people but different people take it in different ways
  • Some people hear the word of God but the devil carries and takes it away so that they not believe
  • Some people hear the word of God, receive it gladly but when problems come they fall away
  • Some people hear the word of God and keep it in their hearts until they bear fruits
  • Christians should keep the word of God in their hearts and should spread it to others

    3. With reference to the life ministry of Jesus identify activities which show that He was a worker

  • Preaching and teaching all over the country
  • Healing the sick and the blind
  • Raising the dead to life
  • Praying to God the father
  • Feeding to people e.g. the 5000
  • Identified with workers by drawing examples from the world of work
  • Washing the feet of the disciples during the last supper
  • Calming the storm
  • Being a carpenter where he assisted his father
  • Fishing, Jesus went fishing with his disciples
  • Training instructor; he trained the disciples on how to carry out their mission e.g. the 72 disciples
  • He appointed leaders by commissioning the disciples

    4. What was the significance of the transfiguration of Jesus to His disciples?

  • It confirmed to them that he was the son of God
  • It shared his glory
  • It prepared the disciples for the death and resurrection of Jesus
  • It showed that there is life after death
  • The disciples witnessed the presence of God
  • The disciples witnessed Jesus in his heavenly glory
  • It appeared to Peter for the future leadership of the church It strengthened the faith of the disciples

    5. Identify actions which show that Jesus loved the needy

  • He called the ordinary people to be his disciples e.g. Peter
  • Healed sick
  • He fed the hungry
  • He preached the good news
  • He visited the lonely
  • He mixed with sinners and outcast
  • He died for sinners
  • He forgave the sinners

    6. Relate the story of the feeding of the five thousand.

  • Jesus took his followers to a quiet place in Bethsaida to rest
  • They were followed by a multitude
  • Jesus turned and preached to them about the kingdom of God and healed the sick
  • The disciples were worried about what the people would eat
  • Jesus asked the apostle to feed the crows
  • They answered that they had only five loaves and two fish, which could not feed the 5000 people
  • Jesus asked the disciples to make the people sit down in groups
  • He took the five loaves and two fish, looked up to heaven and thanked God He then broke the bread and asked his disciples to share it out
  • People ate to their fill and there were 12 baskets of food left.

    7. List five lessons Christians learn about Jesus from the miracles of healing

  • Jesus is a universal saviour Jesus is concerned about the total well being of human beings
  • Jesus has compassion towards the suffering
  • Jesus is the lord of life
  • Jesus came to save the world from sin
  • Jesus is powerful
  • Jesus has power over all sickness and disease
  • Jesus is a healer

    8. Give five qualities of the Roman Centurion who requested Jesus to heal his servant.

  • He had faith in Jesus
  • He was courageous
  • He was humble
  • He was loving
  • He was generous

    9. What lessons did the disciples of Jesus learn from the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand?

  • Jesus was not only concerned with the spiritual food which was attained through preaching the word but also with people’s physical needs
  • It was a sign of the messianic bouquet Jesus had divine power
  • They learned to have faith in God
  • Jesus is a miracle worker
  • All things are possible with God
  • They learned to rely on God to provide their basic needs
  • They learned the importance of sharing what they have
  • They were encouraged to show compassion to the suffering
  • They learnt the importance to show compassion to the suffering
  • They learnt the importance of praying for their needs and those of others
  • They learnt that they should meet people’s physical and spiritual needs
  • They learnt the kingdom of God is characterized by the fullness of contentment of his people both spiritually and physically
  • To serve others

    10. State reasons why Jesus healed the sick.

  • To evoke people’s faith
  • He had compassion for those who were suffering
  • To fulfill the prophecy of Isaiah
  • To prove that he was the lord of life
  • To prove that he was the lord of life To prove that he was the messiah Jesus was concerned with the total well being of human beings
  • To make people believe in him
  • It was a way of destroying the work of Satan
  • To show that he was the son of God
  • It was a manifestation of God’s love and concern for his people through Jesus Christ

    11. Outline the story of the raising of the widow’s son at Nain

    Jesus was at the entrance of the city of Nain

  • He saw a widow weeping
  • Her only son had died
  • Jesus was moved by compassion
  • He told the widow to stop weeping
  • Jesus touched the brier
  • He ordered the young man to arise
  • The young man arose
  • The people were seized with fear and glorified God

    12. Describe the healing of the Garasene demoniac in Luke 8: 26-39 (8mks)

  • They met a man who was demon possessed and lived among the tombs
  • The man fell down and told Jesus not to torment him
  • This is because Jesus had commanded the unclean spirit out of the man
  • Jesus asked the man his name
  • The man replied that his name was legion which meant many demons
  • The demons begged Jesus not to let them go into the abyss but into the swine that were nearby
  • Jesus commanded the demons to go into the swine
  • The swine rushed and drowned in a nearby lake

  • The herdsmen then fled and went to tell people in the city concerning what had happened
  • People came and found the man sitting at the feet of Jesus, healed, dressed and in his right mind
  • The people got afraid of Jesus and asked him to leave their territory
  • The healed man asked Jesus whether he could accompany him
  • Jesus told him to go and tell others what God had done for him
  • The man went through the town proclaiming the good news about Jesus

    13. Narrate the parable of the lamp under a bowl.

  • Jesus said that people do not light a lamp only to cover it with a bowl or hide it under a bed
  • They light it and put it on lamp stand so that everybody will see the light as they come in
  • The parable points on how people respond to good’s word
  • Those who hear and accept the word are a light to the others

    14. What lessons do Christians learnt from the parable of a lamp under a bowl?

  • Christians need to have faith in Jesus in order to accomplish the work of God
  • Christians are the light of the world
  • Christians should not be embarrassed about being Christians
  • Jesus is the light
  • A Christians has a duty to share the knowledge of God
  • One cannot claim to be a Christian if the knowledge of God he/ she is kept and not shared

    15. How can Christians share their spiritual knowledge?

  • Teaching the youth
  • Teaching the Sunday school
  • Having bible studies
  • Preaching fellowships Being a role model

    16. Describe the incident when Jesus’ true family came looking for him

  • Jesus mother and brothers came looking for him
  • They could not see him because of the crowd
  • when Jesus was told that they wanted to see him he replied that his mother and brothers were those who hear the word of God and obey it.
  • Jesus relatives are those who respond to his teachings and practice them
  • All followers of Christ belong to one great family
  • Following Christ means forsaking all family attachment
  • Jesus is the son of God
  • Jesus is the messiah

    17. What lessons do Christians learnt from the story of the family of Jesus?

  • The assurance of the arrival of the kingdom of God
  • God’s mercy towards sinners
  • God’s coming judgment
  • The conditions for discipleship
  • The need for immediate and personal response to the good news
  • The passion of Jesus and his eventual death

    18. Describe how Jesus calmed the storm

  • Jesus was sailing with his disciples across the sea of Galilee when a great storm arose
  • Jesus who had fallen asleep was awakened by his disciples as the water was entering their boat
  • The disciples were afraid that they would drown
  • They therefore wake Jesus and asked him to save them before their boat capsized
  • Jesus rebuked the winds and the waves
  • He asked the disciples “where is your faith”?

    19. State Jesus teaching about forgiveness from the account of the adulterous woman

  • God is merciful and loving
  • There is no sin that God cannot forgive
  • We should not condemn others rather we should search our hearts and repent our sins
  • We should love everybody and help them to come to repentance
  • We should forgive other people so that we can also be forgiven
  • After repentance and forgiveness we should never sin again
  • We are supposed to be as perfect as God

    20. Give an account of the feeding of the 5000

  • Jesus took his followers to a quit place in Bethsaida to rest They were followed by a multitude
  • Jesus preached to them about the kingdom of God and healed the sick
  • At the end of the day the disciples were worried about what the people would eat
  • Jesus asked the disciples to feed the crowd
  • They answered that they had only five loaves and two fish which could not feed 5000 people
  • Jesus asked the disciples to make the people sit down in groups
  • He took the five loaves and two fish looked up to heaven and thanked God
  • He broke the bread and asked his disciples to share it out
  • People ate to their fill and there were 12 baskets of food left

    21. Describe the passion of Jesus and his destiny.

  • Jesus wanted to find out whether the people and his disciples knew his true identity as the messiah
  • He asked the “ but who do say that I am”
  • He asked the question because time had come for him to go to Jerusalem where he was to fulfill God’s plan of saving humankind by dying on the cross
  • Peter answered that he was the messiah
  • Jesus asked the disciples not to tell anybody
  • Jesus wanted the people would think that he was a political messiah
  • He revealed to the disciples that the messiah must suffer, be killed and then resurrect

    Chapter Six

    Some Major Teachings of Jesus the Journey to Jerusalem Duties and Privileges of Disciples Luke-9:51-62

    1. What is the New Testament teaching on prayer?

    i. We should have faith when praying

    ii. We should ask God for help through prayers when faced with temptations iii.

    We should pray for those who wrong us to be forgiven iv. We should make our requests known to God in prayers

    v. We should have confidence in God when praying

    vi. Prayers should be addressed to God our father vii.

    Prayers should be prayed with humility viii. God answers prayers

    ix. We should pray without ceasing 2. Why do some Christians find it difficult to pray?

  • Lack of faith in God
  • Some say that they don’t have time Lack of knowledge on the teachings about prayers

    They think that they can do without prayers

  • Pride and false confidence
  • They have been made blind by riches 3. State the teachings of Jesus on how a Christian should approach god in prayer.

  • Prayers should be addressed to God the father
  • One should go to a secret place to pray
  • A Christians should be specific when praying
  • One should havefaith
  • One should be persistent in prayer
  • One should thank God in prayers
  • One should confess his/ her sins
  • One should ask for his/ her needs
  • One should pray for God’s will to be done

    4. Explain the duties and privileges of disciples

  • One should be ready to forego some comforts in life
  • One should be willing to sacrifice things that are dear in order to spread the gospel
  • One should not look back and desire his/ her past life
  • One should forsake any commitment that can be obstacle to the work of God
  • One has to accept suffering persecution rejection and even death
  • One must be willing to spread the God News.

    5. What lessons can Christians learn from the teaching of Jesus on discipleship?

  • Christians should not condemn those who reject Jesus and his teachings but instead pray for them
  • Christians should emulate Jesus’ spirit of humility
  • Christians should practice self- denial and endure suffering for the sake of Christ
  • Christians should be loyal and steadfast in their faith

    6. What lessons can Christians learn about being committed followers of Jesus?

  • Christians should not haveself- righteous attitudes
  • Christians should regard a neighbour as anyone who needs their assistance
  • The true and committed Christians demonstrate love beyond, everything else which is shown in their actions
  • Christians should show love and concern for all people regardless of their background and social status
  • Christians leaders should not practice hypocrisy like the priest and the Levite in the story of the good Samaritan
  • Christians should strive to build a relationship with God
  • Christians should put God first and seek the kingdom of God
  • Christians need to ask God to provide for all their needs through prayer

    7. How did Jesus encourage his disciples to overcome hypocrisy?

  • He told the disciples not to fear those who can kill the body but to fear God who is able to destroy the body and the soul
  • He urged the disciples to stand for Jesus and publicly confess their loyalty to him
  • He told the disciples not to worry about being accused and being brought before the authorities as the holy spirit would guide them and tell them what to say He warned them against talking evil about the Holy Spirit

    8. Identify three practices that Jesus criticized the Pharisees about.

    Jesus criticized the practice of washing hands, cups and dishes which was done ceremoniously.

  • He told them that it was more important to pay attention to issue of charity than to external appearances.
  • Jesus criticized the Pharisees on their tithing habits. Although they tithed faithfully they neglected justice and the love of God
  • He also criticized them because they loved the reserved seats in the synagogues and to be greeted with respect in market places. They had an outward appearance and a desire to be noticed as righteous people

    9. Why did Jesus condemn the teachers of the law?

  • They cleansed the outside, but inside they were full of violence and evil
  • They gave tithes but failed to show justice, love and mercy
  • They emphasized the law but did not follow it
  • They did activities for public show e.g. praying, fasting, being given the best seats
  • They failed to consider the inner commitment
  • They gave people many rules that the law became a burden to the people
  • They approved the killing of the prophets
  • They prevented people from God’s knowledge

    10. Why is it important for Christians to pray?

  • In order to thank God for his blessings
  • It shows one’s dependence on God
  • So as to ask God for forgiveness
  • It is a way of communicating with God
  • To make their needs known to God
  • So as to worship God
  • To intercede for others

    11. Explain Jesus’ teachings on prayer

  • In prayer one should talk to God as father because he always listens
  • One should honour and praise God in prayer
  • One should pray for one’s needs as well as needs of others
  • One should ask for forgiveness in prayers and express willingness to forgive others
  • One should pray for strength so as not to be overcome by temptations
  • In prayer one should ask for deliverance from the evil one
  • One should be persistence in prayer
  • One must have faith for prayers to be answered
  • One should approach God with humility
  • One should not look down on others in prayers

    12. Identify the problems that Christian encounter today in their commitment to Christ.

  • Opposition
  • Temptations from worldly pleasures Hardships weaken one’s faith
  • False prophets contradict Christians faith
  • Division among church members Greed for power
  • Challenges from science and technology
  • Eschatolical issues: some are not easy to understand
  • Challenges from other religious
  • Lack of resources in meeting their obligations
  • Communication barriers
  • Lack of basic needs

    13. What is the relevance of Jesus’ teaching on discipleship to Christians today?

  • Christians should continue to evangelize and ensure that the gospel reaches all people
  • Christians should not tire in evangelizing even in the face of hostility or resistance
  • Christians havea duty to take care of the servants of God
  • Christians should be involved in the healing ministry of Jesus in all its dimensions
  • Christians havethe assurance of God’s power to overcome evil
  • Christians should be cautious of their ability to cast out evil spirits. They should be humble and acknowledge God’s power in their actions

    Chapter Seven

    The Kingdom of God Past Kcse Questions

    1. With reference to the parables of Jesus explain his teachings about the kingdom of God

  • It is God who establishes his kingdom. He is like a sower
  • God gives life to the kingdom so that it grows from within like the yeast and the mustard seed
  • Jesus has brought the kingdom of God through his word and his very person
  • The kingdom of God is a present reality
  • The Kingdom of God is universal
  • The Kingdom of God starts in a small way and grows secretly to include all the nations of the world
  • The Kingdom of God is valuable
  • There will be judgment in the kingdom of God
  • God searches the lost individuals and brings them back to the kingdom
  • There is rejoicing in the kingdom when one lost individual is retrieved and brought back

    2. What five lessons can a Christian learn from the parable of the prodigal son?

  • Christians should repent their sins
  • Christians should forgive one another
  • Sin reduces us to the level of animals
  • The friendship is found in God
  • Christians should welcome repentant sinners Christians should show love to sinners Sin separates us from God
  • Christians should not put their trust in material wealth Christians should not feel self- righteous
  • Christians should not pass judgement over others
  • Christians should strive to live close to one another
  • Christians should avoid selfishness

    3. With reference to the story of the rich man and Lazarus, explain the teachings of Jesus on responsibility to others.

  • We should share our wealth with the less fortunate in society
  • Wealth should be used for the good of others
  • It is the Christian duty of the rich to share their wealth with others
  • It is a sin to ignore the poor
  • God gives us wealth so that we can share it with others

    4. How five parables used by Jesus to teach about kingdom of God from the parables of the yeast and the mustard seed..

  • They shared their material wealth with the poor
  • They shared meals
  • They shared belongings
  • The early Christians sold their property and distributed money among themselves
  • They took care of orphans
  • They took care of windows

    5. List five parables used by Jesus to teach about the kingdom of God.

  • The parable of the lost son The parable of the lost coin
  • The parable of the lost sheep The parable of the mustard seed
  • The parable of the yeast
  • The parable of the invited guests
  • The parable of the great feast
  • The parable of the unfruitful fig tree

    6. List five teachings about kingdom of God from the parables of the yeast and the mustard seed.

  • Once God’ s kingdom is established it grows and spread to all corners of the earth
  • The kingdom of God grows secretly
  • In spite of its humble beginning the kingdom of God still spreads far and wide
  • The kingdom of God continues to grow in spite of opposition
  • The kingdom of God grows secretly in the hearts of people
  • The kingdom of God has a humble beginning but it grows into a great empire

    7. Why do some Christians find it difficult to share their wealth with others?

  • There is selfishness in the society
  • The high cost of living has led to economic constraints
  • Some only share with the members of their family clan
  • Denominational differences hinder the spirit of sharing
  • It can encourage laziness and dependence
  • It is difficult to identify those who may require help Those receiving help may be suspicious
  • Those receiving the assistance may not show appreciation
  • They have not understood the biblical concept of sharing

    8. Give reasons why Jesus used the parable of the last son in his teaching.

  • To teach that God loves all his children including sinners
  • To teach that God continues to search and call sinners to repentance
  • To teach that God accepts any sinner that comes back to him
  • To teach that sinners should not fear turning back to God no matter how big their sin may be
  • To teach that the people who belong to the kingdom of God should rejoice with God when a sinner repents
  • To teach his disciples to avoid judging others
  • To teach his disciples not to be self- complacent about their faiths but remember to seek God’s forgiveness all the time
  • To teach his disciples to avoid extravagance

    9. Explain how the gap between the rich and the poor can be minimizes in the society

  • Pooling resources together for the benefit of all can minimize the gap between the rich and the poor
  • Creation of more jobs, so that all can be able to acquire basic needs Employers should give fair salaries
  • Fair distribution of land and other resources
  • Putting into place a fairer system of taxation whereby the rich are taxed more than the poor
  • Provision of favorable loan systems so that the poor can be able to acquire adequate housing
  • The government should put in place programmes that favour the poor such as free education free medical care
  • Security in the country should be improved so that people can be able to develop projects uninterrupted
  • People should be encouraged to work hard

    10. Why should a Christian share his wealth?

  • In order to take care of other people’s needs
  • In order to get blessings from God
  • In order to help alleviate suffering in the society
  • It is a way of practicing love for one’s neighbour
  • It is a mark of Christianity
  • To avoid God’s judgement
  • In obedience to Jesus’ teachings

    11. Narrate the parable of the prodigal son

  • The father divide his wealth between the two sons
  • The young son left for a far off country where he squandered all the money through careless living
  • A famine occurred and the young man had nothing to eat
  • He asked to be hired to feed pigs
  • As he had nothing to eat he ate what the pigs were eating
  • As he took care of pigs he began to regret why he left his father’s home
  • One day he made up his mind to go home and apologize to his father
  • He wanted to plead with him to take him back not as a son but as one of his hired servants
  • when he got home his father received him with great joy
  • The father ordered his servants his servants to dress him in the best clothes available
  • He also killed the best calf for him and there was much celebration
  • The father explained why the celebration was necessary

    12. Narrate the parable of the rich man and Lazarus

  • God loves all his children including sinners
  • God continues to search and call sinners to repentance
  • God accepts any sinner that comes back to him
  • Sinners should not fear turning back to God no matter how big their sins may be
  • The people who belong to the kingdom should repent when a sinner repent
  • Christians should avoid judging others
  • Christians should not be self complacent about their faith but remember to seek God’s forgiveness all the time
  • Christians should avoid extravagance

    13. State the lessons that a Christian can learn from the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.

  • There was a rich man who lived in luxury
  • At this gate there was beggar called Lazarus
  • Lazarus body was covered with sores and dogs used to lock his sores
  • Lazarus longed to eat what fell from the rich man’s table
  • Lazarus died and was carried by angled to Abraham’s bosom.
  • The rich man died and went to hell where he was great torment
  • The rich man cried out to Abraham to allow Lazarus to dip his finger water and cool the rich man’s tongue
  • Abraham responded by telling the rich man that the rich man had good things in his lifetime while Lazarus suffered. It was therefore his turn to suffer
  • It was not possible for one to cross from one side to the other The rich man requested for Lazarus to be sent to warn the rich man’s brothers.
  • Abraham replied that they had the prophets to warn them and if they did not listen they would not listen even to one who rises from the dead
  • There was a rich man who lived in luxury
  • At this gate there was beggar called Lazarus
  • Lazarus body was covered with sores and dogs used to lock his sores
  • Lazarus longed to eat what fell from the rich man’s table
  • Lazarus died and was carried by angled to Abraham’s bosom.
  • The rich man died and went to hell where he was great torment
  • The rich man cried out to Abraham to allow Lazarus to dip his finger water and cool the rich man’s tongue
  • Abraham responded by telling the rich man that the rich man had good things in his lifetime while Lazarus suffered. It was therefore his turn to suffer
  • It was not possible for one to cross from one side to the other
  • The rich man requested for Lazarus to be sent to warn the rich man’s brothers.

    Abraham replied that they had the prophets to warn them and if they did not listen they would not listen even to one who rises from the dead

    14. Explain ways through which Christians show concern for the suffering in society.

  • Preparation for eternal life in heaven or hell is made while on earth
  • The reality of life after death is witnessed in the scripture
  • Satisfaction from material possession is temporary and may lead one to miss eternal life as one may be proud selfish and uncaring
  • Wealth should be used well in helping the needy
  • Wealth is good but indifference to the needs of others can earn one the wrath of God
  • Wealth is a gift from God and should used for the glory of God
  • Although money is good it should not be seen as being more important than all including life.
  • One cannot serve God and money because both are masters

    15. Narrate the parable of the widow and the unjust judge.

  • There was a widow in a town where there was a judge who neither feared God nor respected people
  • The widow kept going to the judge to demand for her rights
  • She wanted the judge to help her but he kept refusing
  • The window was persistent and she kept on going to the judge
  • Eventually the judge helped her
  • Jesus told this parable to encourage them to keep on praying and not to give up

    16. In what ways do people misuse their wealthy?

  • By overindulging in Alcoholism and drug
  • Indulging in immoral activities e.g. prostitution and adultery
  • Engaging in gambling
  • Buying luxurious things e.g. expensive clothes, cars and house which are not necessary
  • Using money to bribe others e.g. judges Using money to buy positions, power and status e.g. buying votes Use of wealth to show off or beg to others
  • Use of wealth to promote dangerous sports e.g. boxing, wrestling, bull – fighting e.t.c
  • Giving lots of money to young children
  • Using wealth to lure others e.g. young people to immoral activities

    17. Discuss Jesus teachings on wealth.

  • One should use his/ her abilities to acquire wealth
  • One should use proper and honest means to acquire wealth
  • Wealth should be used to help the needy
  • The rich should share their wealth with the poor
  • Wealth should be used responsibly so as to avoid misuse and mismanagement of the resources
  • An individual should not allow wealth to be a stumbling block to eternal life
  • Wealth can be a hindrance to the entry into the kingdom of God
  • No one can serve God and wealth at the same time
  • Wealth comes from God and human beings are only stewards
  • One should not put all their trust and hope in wealth
  • One should use/ her wealth for the extension of God’s kingdom

    Chapter Eight Jerusalem Ministry

    1. Describe the triumph entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.

  • Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey
  • The donkey was a symbol of humility and peace
  • Riding on a donkey therefore shows that he was not a military leader but that he had come in humility to bring peace. Thus he was the triumphant victorious and humble king
  • As Jesus entered Jerusalem, people spread their cloaks on the road. This showed that Jesus was the promised messiah
  • People sang and proclaimed him king as he rode through the city of Jerusalem
  • Some Pharisees asked Jesus to order the people to keep quiet
  • Jesus replied that if they kept quiet the stones would start shouting
  • Jesus no longer hid his messiah ship

    2. Explain the cleansing of the temple

  • Jesus wept when he reached Jerusalem
  • He wept because Jerusalem was going to reject him as the messiah
  • Jesus foresaw the judgement and destruction of the city of Jerusalem
  • Jesus entered the temple and drove out the people that were trading in the temple
  • He accused them of turning the temple into a “hideout for thieves”.
  • Jesus protested because the trading was hiding the real purpose of the temple
  • For this reason the temple would be destroyed because it was no longer serving as “ house of prayer for all people”.

    3. Give an account of the question about Jesus authority.

  • As Jesus was teaching and preaching in the temple, the chief priest and scribes together with the elders asked him in whose authority the taught
  • Jesus in reply asked them whether John’s right to baptize was from heaven or from the earth
  • The questions brought division between the leaders and the people
  • The leaders did not know how to reply
  • Jesus meant that his authority was from heaven just like John’s

    4. Give an account of the parable of the tenants

  • Jesus narrated the parable of the landlord who planted a vineyard and gave it out to tenants. Then he went away for a long time
  • At harvest time he sent three of his servants, one after the other to ask for his portion of the harvest. The tenants beat up all servants.
  • The owner of the vineyard then sent his own son and the tenants beat him up and killed him
  • Jesus then told hid listeners that the owner had nothing left to do but to destroy the tenants and give the vineyard to other tenants
  • The vineyard represents God’s kingdom Israel
  • The servants represent the prophets
  • The owner of the vineyard is God
  • The son who was killed is Jesus
  • Jesus then read from the scriptures that the builders rejected became the most important
  • Jesus is the foundation of the Christian church.
  • He is the stone that the builders rejected

    Chapter Nine

    The Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Give reasons why Jesus used bread and wine during the last supper

  • Unleavened bread was used during the celebration of the Jewish Passover
  • Wine was a common drink of the Jews and bread was common food.
  • Jesus wanted to given the bread and wine new meanings and use them as symbols.
  • Bread was to represent his broken for the forgiveness of sin
  • Wine was to represent his blood to be shed for the salvation to be shed for the salvation of humankind
  • Jesus wanted to give the Jewish Passover a new meaning
  • Jesus was enticing his teaching that he is the bread of life give to believers’ eternal life.
  • Sharing of bread and wine in a sign of fellowship which is characteristic of messianic banquets.

    2. Outline the actions taken by the Jewish leadership to ensure that Jesus was put to death.

  • They paid Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus.
  • They brought false witnesses to accuse him of blasphemy before the Sanhedrin
  • They framed a treason charge against Jesus when he appeared before Pilate. Treason carried a death sentence.
  • They employed armed people and Roman soldiers to deal with those who fight for Jesus
  • They blackmailed Pilate into accepting their demands to have Jesus crucified
  • They organized a mob to shout for the death of Jesus and release of Barnabas.
  • They crucified Him when they got permission from Pilate.

    3. What lessons can a Christian learn from the actions of Pilate during the trial of Jesus?

  • Jesus was innocent
  • Christians should not be intimidated
  • Christians should do what is pleasing to God and not what pleases fellow human beings
  • Christians should strive for fairness regardless of the cost Christians should not misuse their power
  • Jesus is the messiah.

    4. How did the resurrected Christ reveal Himself to his followers?

  • He appeared to the disciples on the way to Emmaus.
  • He appeared to the eleven disciples
  • Two angles told the women that Jesus had risen

    5. Give five reasons why it was necessary for Jesus to have the last super with his disciples.

  • It was a way of preparing them for His coming death and resurrection
  • By washing their feet Jesus taught them about humility and need to serve others
  • It was a good opportunity for Jesus to appoint a leader among them. He gave Simon the mandate of leading others
  • It was a way of fellowshipping with them by eating with them
  • Eating together united the disciples
  • During the last supper Jesus predicted Peter’s Denial
  • It was a way of participating in the celebration of the Passover
  • It symbolized the heavenly banquet that will be shared by God’s people in his kingdom.

    6. Outline the preparations that Jesus made for the last supper

  • The disciples of Jesus asked Jesus when wanted them to prepare for the Passover feast
  • Two disciples were instructed to go to the city
  • They were to follow the man into the house which he would enter
  • They followed Jesus instructions
  • when they entered the house they asked the owner to show them the room where Jesus and disciples would celebrate the Passover
  • They prepared the Passover meal
  • In the evening Jesus came with his disciples to celebrate the Passover meal

    7. Identify the reasons that made Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus.

  • Greed for money
  • He was an informer of the Jewish authorities He was overcome by the power of the evil one
  • He lacked the moral courage to stand by Jesus during His moment of tribulation
  • He was disappointed by Jesus’ stress on a spiritual kingdom rather than a political one.

    8. a) Outline the events that took place on the Mount of Olives before the arrest of Jesus. (7mks)

  • Jesus told the disciples to pray
  • Jesus moved a distance away from the disciples
  • Jesus knelt down and prayed
  • An angel from heaven strengthened him
  • The disciples fell asleep
  • Jesus awoke the disciples
  • There came a crowd led by Judas one of his twelve disciples
  • Judas wanted to kiss Jesus
  • One of the disciples struck off a slave’s ear.
  • Jesus asked the religious leaders why they had come to arrest him as if he was a criminal.

    b) Give reasons why Peter denied Jesus. (8mks)

  • Peter was afraid of being arrested/killed
  • He was overcome by the devil/Satan
  • The denial had been predicted by Jesus
  • Peter was confused by the turn of events
  • He was disappointed by the fact that Jesus did not fight back
  • He lacked faith in Jesus
  • He had no support/solidarity with other disciples

    c) Why is the death of Jesus important to Christians? (5mks)

  • Through the death of Jesus, Christians are forgiven their sins
  • Christians are not supposed to make animals sacrifices to God
  • It demonstrates God’s love for human beings
  • Christians have a personal relationship with God
  • Christians are able to commit themselves to the will of God.
  • It enables Christians to face death with courage
  • Through his death, salvation/eternal life is availed to all people
  • He has become their everlasting high priest by offering his own body.

    9. a) How did Jesus celebrate the last supper with disciples? (7mks)

    i) Jesus sat with his disciples at one table

    ii) He told them that he had desired to have the meal with them

    iii) He took the cup, gave thanks and asked the disciples to share

    iv) He also took bread, gave thanks, broke it and gave to them

    Write down five activities of the church in Kenya, which show that t v) He explained to them the meaning of the bread and wine/the bread was his body/the wine was his blood that would seal the new covenant.

    vi) He commanded the disciples to hold the ritual in memory of him

    vii) He informed them that they would be betrayed by one of them

    viii) He taught the disciples qualities of good leadership/humility /service to others

    ix) He told Simon that he would be tested by Satan/He informed him that he had already prayed for him

    x) He asked Simon/Peter that he would deny him three times before the cock crowed

    xi) Jesus told Peter that he would deny him three times before the cock crowed

    xii) He commanded the disciples to acquire swords/have their own provisions/personal belongings

    b) Outline the lessons that Christians learn from the incident when Jesus went to pray with his disciples on the Mount of Olives. (5mks)

    i) They should be prayerful

    ii) They should put God’s will first/desire God’s will to be done in their lives.

    iii) Prayer helps one to overcome temptations/difficult situations

    iv) They should depend on God for strength/support.

    v) They should encourage others in their weaknesses.

    vi) They should be ready to suffer for God’s sake

    vii) They should be watchful/alert for the enemy strikes when they lest expect it.

    viii) They need to have close friends/associates that one can lean on.

    c) Give four reasons why the disciples found it difficult to believe that Jesus had resurrected. (8mks)

    i) The message was first taken to them by women who were regarded lowly in society; hence it seemed an idle talk.

    ii) They had witnessed the helplessness of Jesus at the time of crucifixion, hence had lost hope in him.

    iii) They had witnessed the burial could not imagine how the stone could not imagine how the stone could be rolled away from the tomb.

    iv) They felt ashamed for having denied betrayed him, hence wished that it was not true.

    v) They had not understood the teaching of Jesus which indicated that he would resurrect on the third day.

    vi) It was a new experience they had never seen / heard of people coming to life after death on their own.

    vii) They lacked faith in the teachings of Christ.

    viii) They had expected a political messiah who was to die in dignity/would not resurrect.

    10. Give reason why the resurrection of Jesus is important to Christians.

  • it is the basis of their faith
  • It gives them hope for eternal life
  • Through it dealt had been conquered
  • It gives Christians courage to face sufferings and death
  • It led to the coming of the Holy spirit
  • It is the basis of Christian teachings.
  • It is a fulfillment of Jesus promises to the disciples
  • It confirms that Jesus is a like

    11. Give the names given to the Lord’s Supper.

  • Last supper
  • Common meal
  • The lord’s table
  • The Eucharist
  • Holy mass
  • Blessed sacrament

    12. Why did Pilate agree to have Jesus crucified

  • He was afraid of the Jews revolt since it was his duty to maintain peace in his territory in accordance with the Roman Emperor.
  • He did not want to be disloyal to the roman Emperor after learning that Jesus was accused of treason.
  • He washed his hands after realizing that Jesus was the son of god
  • His wife had also cautioned about Jesus’ innocence. Pilate himself had found no evidence to convict Jesus.

    13. How did Jesus prepare for His death?

  • He predicted his death three times
  • He taught his disciples to be strong and firm in their faith
  • During his transfiguration when he was together with Moses and Elijah he talked about it.
  • He traveled to Jerusalem where it could take place

    14. State the actions taken by Jewish leaders to ensure Jesus was put to death.

  • The Jewish leaders paid Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus
  • They brought false witnesses to accuse him for blasphemy
  • They framed a treason charge against Jesus when he appeared before Pilate
  • They blackmailed Pilate into accepting the demands to have Jesus when he appeared before Pilate
  • They organized a bomb to shout for the death of Jesus and the release of Barnabas
  • They crucified him when they got permission from Pilate

    15. Explain the preparations made for the last supper by the disciples of Jesus.

  • The disciples asked Jesus where he wanted the supper prepared
  • Tow disciples were instructed to follow a man carrying a jar of water to the house he would enter
  • They asked to be shown the roam where the feast would be celebrated
  • They prepared the Passover meal
  • In the evening Jesus came with the other disciples to celebrate the Passover meal.

    16. Give reasons why Christians celebrate the last supper.

  • The Holy communication is one of the sacraments of the church e.g. catholic church.
  • To receive spiritual nourishment
  • To celebrate their acceptance of Jesus Christ by listening to his word and sharing acceptance of Jesus Christ by listening to his word and sharing in the breaking of bread.
  • It is an expression of Christian faith and hope in Jesus Christ
  • It is celebrated as a thanksgiving to god for everything accomplished in salvation
  • It reminds of Christ’s presence constantly
  • It reminds of Christ’s presence constantly
  • It is celebrated in recognition of Christ’s love of mankind
  • It is in obedience to the command of Jesus
  • Sharing of bread and wine is a demonstration of the unit of the participants with one another and with Christ.
  • Partaking of the meal symbolizes the sealing of the new covenant
  • Partakers receive reassurance of the forgiveness of sins.

    17. Give reasons for the behaviour and reactions of the Jewish leaders to Jesus.

  • They considered Jesus’ claim to be the son of God blasphemous
  • They Jesus pretence of messiah-ship
  • They considered Jesus as a false prophet
  • Jesus had attacked the temple worship as managed by the Jewish leaders
  • They claimed that Jesus had committed the crime of sedition against the Roman Empire.

    18. Give reasons why Peter denied Jesus

  • After Jesus was arrested he was taken before the high priest where the Sanhedrin tried him
  • Jesus was then taken before Pilate and accused of misleading people telling people not to pay taxes and claiming to be king.
  • Pilate did not find a good reason to condemn Jesus he therefore referred him to Herod.
  • Herod tried to make Jesus perform a miracle unsuccessfully. He had Jesus sent back to Pilate
  • Pilate gathered the chief priest leaders and other people and declared Jesus innocent
  • Pilate wished to release Jesus and made several attempts to do so.
  • The people pressurized Pilate to condemn Jesus to death
  • The soldiers made a crown of thorns and put on Jesus
  • They led Jesus to the place of crucifixion
  • On the way Jesus was helped to carry the cross by Simon of Cyrene.
  • Jesus was crucified with two other people
  • Jesus clothes were stripped off him and soldiers divided the clothes among themselves
  • One criminal told Jesus to remember him while the other one mocked him
  • At the sixth hour extra-ordinary deeds occurred. These included darkness and the temple curtain split into two.
  • Jesus called out committing his spirit to god and died.
  • Joseph of Arimathea asked for his body and wrapped it in linen and buried in a tomb.

    19. Explain the event that took place between the arrest and burial of Jesus.

  • After Jesus was arrested he was taken before the high priest where the Sanhedrin tried him
  • Jesus was then taken before Pilate and accused of misleading people telling people not to pay taxes and claiming to be king.
  • Pilate did not find a good reason to condemn Jesus he therefore referred him to Herod.
  • Herod tried to make Jesus perform a miracle unsuccessfully. He had Jesus sent back to Pilate
  • Pilate gathered the chief priest leaders and other people and declared Jesus innocent
  • Pilate wished to release Jesus and made several attempts to do so.
  • The people pressurized Pilate to condemn Jesus to death
  • The soldiers made a crown of thorns and put on Jesus
  • They led Jesus to the place of crucifixion
  • On the way Jesus was helped to carry the cross by Simon of Cyrene.
  • Jesus was crucified with two other people
  • Jesus clothes were stripped off him and soldiers divided the clothes among themselves
  • One criminal told Jesus to remember him while the other one mocked him
  • At the sixth hour extra-ordinary deeds occurred. These included darkness and the temple curtain split into two.
  • Jesus called out committing his spirit to god and died.
  • Joseph of Arimathea asked for his body and wrapped it in linen and buried in a tomb.

    Form 3 Work Chapter One

    The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Write down five activities of the church in Kenya, which show that the Holy Spirit is working among Christians

  • Praying e.g. individual, congregational
  • Decision making in the church/solving issues and problems
  • Faith healing/healing the sick
  • Speaking in tongues
  • Singing and dancing /music
  • Preaching/teaching
  • Giving of offertory and aims /sadaka
  • Condemning on the prophetic ministry of the church
  • Hold fellowship meeting/bible study/reading the bible
  • Celebrating of sacraments e.g. Eucharist/Lords supper
  • Bringing new converts to the church
  • Pastoral care and consulting
  • Working together of the churches/ecumenism/co-operation
  • Writing Christian literature e.g. books/pamphlets/magazines
  • Confessions of sins/reconciliations
  • Education/giving instructions.

    2. Write down five teachings about Jesus from Peter’s speech on the day of Pentecost

  • It is a gift of the Holy Spirit
  • It is the most important gift of the Holy spirit
  • It is patient
  • It is kind
  • Not jealous
  • Not conceited/proud/boastful
  • Not jealous
  • Not conceited/proud/boastful
  • Not ill-mannered
  • Not selfish/it generous
  • Not irritable/grudge
  • Not happy with evils
  • Does not keep wrongs
  • Not happy with truth
  • Its never gives up
  • Its faith, hope and patience never fail
  • It is eternal

    3. State the teachings of Saint Paul in (1 corn 13) about love

    4. State five ways in which the gifts of the Holy Spirit have been abused in the church .today

  • Cheating that one has a certain gift of the Holy spirit
  • Commercialization of the gifts /people are asked pay money before being prayed . False interpretation of the Bible/prophecy/prediction of the future.
  • Un scrupulous Christian may impart demoniac powers on innocent faithful
  • Some Christians who possesses the gifts of Holy spirit develop pride/superiority complex selfishness
  • Wrong use of the gifts of the Holy spirit where faithful get into ecstasy/trance which may lead to injuries.
  • Distinguishing oneself as a person with a special call/preacher with an intention of exploiting others/situations

    5. List five spiritual gifts given to the church according to Saint Paul

  • Faith Wisdom
  • Performing miracles Healing
  • Distinguishing between spirits Interpretation of tongues Speaking in tongues

    6. Ways in which Peter’s life was transformed on the day of Pentecost-Acts

  • He was filled with the power of the Holy spirit Was courageous/bold/strengthened /increased in faith Preached the word/testified
  • Remembered scriptures of the Old Testament i.e Joel 23 Made wise decisions /advised people
  • Baptized new converts/300
  • He led the other disciples/spokesman /leader of the church

    7. Outline the teaching of Jesus on the role of the Holy Spirit

  • The holy spirit is a counselor/helper He comforts
  • He teaches He guides
  • He judges/convicts the world
  • He is the spirit of truth He is a companion
  • He strengthens He empowers He empowers
  • He reminds/convinces people on righteousness He glorifies Jesus Christ
  • He reveals the things of God /reveal things to come

    8. With reference to the day of Pentecost, outline Peter’s message to the People

  • He told the people that the disciples were not drunk
  • They were filled by the Holy spirit as fulfillment of God’s prophecy
  • That Jesus was the son of God
  • God’s power was seen in the miracles, signs and wonders performed by Jesus.
  • Jesus had been killed by the Jews because of their wickedness
  • God raised Jesus back to life
  • Jesus was descendant of David
  • That Jesus ascended to heaven and is at the right hand of God.
  • Jesus is the Lord/Christ
  • He called the people to repent their sins so as to be forgiven
  • They were to be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ.

    9. Explain how the use of the Holy Spirit brought disunity in the Church at Corinth (6 mks)

  • He told the people that the disciples were not drunk
  • They were filled by the Holy spirit as fulfillment of God’s prophecy
  • That Jesus was the son of God
  • God’s power was seen in the miracles, signs and wonders performed by Jesus.
  • Jesus had been killed by the Jews because of their wickedness
  • God raised Jesus back to life
  • Jesus was descendant of David
  • That Jesus ascended to heaven and is at the right hand of God.
  • Jesus is the Lord/Christ
  • He called the people to repent their sins so as to be forgiven
  • They were to be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ.

    10. a) State ways in which the Holy Spirit brought disunity in the church today? (6 mks)

  • The people who had the gifts of speaking in tongues despised those who did not have.
  • There was competition in speaking in tongues
  • There was no interpretation of tongues hence messages were not understood
  • People did not show love to one another as they used the gifts of the Holy spirit
  • There was disorder/confusion in worship as people with different gifts tried to outdo one another
  • People did not use the growth/ development of the church
  • Gifts such as prophecy/teaching/preaching/preaching were looked down upon.

    b) How are the gifts of the Holy Spirit misused in the church today? (6 mks)

  • People demand favours/payment for performing miracles
  • People claim to be under the influence of the Holy spirit when they are not
  • There is too much emphasis on speaking in tongues at the expense of other gifts.
  • Those who havethe gifts of the holy spirit are proud/boastful/look down upon others
  • People misinterpret the Bible/confuse others while claiming to the under the influence of the Holy Spirit.
  • Individuals cause divisions/splinter groups in the church claiming that the Holy Spirit has inspired them to start new churches/ministries
  • Sometimes gifts of the Holy Spirit are expressed in a disorderly manner in the church.
  • People use the gifts for self glorification
  • People speak in tongues without an interpreter hence creating misunderstanding
  • People use the gifts to instill fear/intimidate others.

    11. Identify the fruit of the Holy spirit taught by Saint Paul in Galatians 5: 22-23 (5mks)

    i. Love

    ii. Joy

    iii. Peace

    iv. Kindness

    v. Goodness

    vi. Self Control

    vii. Gentleness

    viii. Patience

    ix. Faithfulness

    12. State the fruits of the Holy Spirit

  • Love
  • Peace
  • Patience
  • Kindness
  • Faithfulness
  • Self control
  • Goodness
  • Gentleness

    13. In what ways do Christians today use the fruits of the Holy spirit to spread the Gospel

  • Show their love and compassion to one another by supporting those who have been affected by HIV and AIDS
  • Christians show that their kindness by caring about non-believers and preaching the gospel to them
  • They help in working for peace where there is conflict
  • They have shown faithfulness when there seems to be despair so that others have known that God care for all.
  • Christians have shown self control when they have been accused falsely

    14. In what ways did the Holy Spirit manifest himself on the day of Pentecost?

  • when the disciples were all praying there was a violent wind which filled the house
  • The believers saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest upon each one of them
  • The believers spoke in other tongues
  • The apostle Peter was enabled by the Holy Spirit to be bold and he explained to the people the event that had just been witnessed.
  • About 3,000 people repented and were baptized

    15. Explain how the use of the Holy Spirit brought disunity in the church at Corinth.

  • The people who had the gifts of speaking in tongues despised those who did not have
  • There was no interpretation of tongues hence messages were not understood.
  • People did not show love to one another as they sued the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • There was disorder/confusion in worship as people with different fits tries to outdo one another.
  • People did not use their gifts for the growth/development of the church
  • Gifts such as prophecy/teaching/preaching were looked down upon.

    Chapter Two Unity of Believers

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Identify five causes of disunity in the early church.

  • Selfishness/agreed for money by some Christians.
  • Rivalry/competition for leadership positions/agreed for power
  • Misinterpretation by some Christians of work of the Holy Spirit.
  • Arrogance/pride by some Christians
  • Corruption in the church
  • Failure by the church leaders to live according to the law of God/their failure to live exemplary lives
  • Lack of concern by some Christians about the plight of others
  • Misinterpretation of the Bible/doctrinal differences.
  • Misuse of church funds/power by some leaders
  • Lack of transparency/accountability in running church affairs.
  • Political interference
  • Sexism/women are not involved in decision making/they are under-represented
  • Tribalism
  • Denominational differences

    2. Explain the factors that prevent effective church co-operation in Kenya.

  • They met for prayers/prayed together in fellowship
  • They prayed for one another/for those in difficulties
  • They shared their belongings/property with one another/lived together.
  • They sold their property and distributed the money among themselves/according to each individuals needs.
  • They celebrated the holy communion together
  • They showed concern to /helped the less fortunate e.g widows
  • They welcomed each other to their homes/offered hospitality to other Christians in their homes
  • They solved problems/disputes affecting the church e.g. council of Jerusalem
  • Winning converts/accepting members to the church without discrimination e.g. gender, race.
  • Preached the same gospel of Jesus Christ
  • They removed divisive traditions/customs for the membership of the church.
  • Churches in different places kept in touch with each other through visit/missionary work
  • Churches in different places kept in touch with each other through visit.
  • Churches in the area sent help to the churches that were in need e.g. famine relief
  • The unity of the church was demonstrated through the work of the Holy spirit among Christians

    3. Explain the factors that prevent effective church co-operation in Kenya.

  • Different interpretation of the Bible believes/holier than thou attitudes.
  • Differences due to historical legacy based on foundation principles/origin
  • Competition to win more converts to supersede the others
  • Lack of equity in resources which make some churches more developed than others
  • Greed to lead which make the various level of leadership uncooperative
  • Differences in the acquisition of church wealth
  • Differences arising from appointments of women as preachers
  • Differences due to the issue of acceptable Christians norms 4. Give reasons why Christians in Kenya should work in unity

  • In order to promote oneness of Christ
  • To share the scarce resources/minimize expenses.
  • In order to achieve effective evangelism/ministry
  • In order to adopt a common attitude to the integration of African culture in worship
  • To prevent the formation of splinter groups/cults
  • To reduce the internal wrangling
  • In order to have a common stand in dealing with issues affecting the society (education/constitutional review/medical care)

    5. a) In what ways was the celebration of the Lord’s supper misused in the Church at Corinth.

  • They ignored the significance of feast taken as an ordinary meal
  • It led to drunkenness/disorderliness
  • It did not want to unite believers/created divisions in the church
  • It led to the oppression of the poor Christians/rich showed off
  • They took it when they were unworthy/profaned it.
  • They did not seek god’s blessings/gave thanks. b)
  • Reminds them of the death and resurrection of Jesus
  • Proclaims the death and resurrection of Christ until it comes
  • Unites the believers
  • Helps them to rededicate themselves /confess/pray
  • Reminds them of God’s love for humanity/strengthen their faith.
  • It is a thanks giving for God’s saving act.
  • It symbolizes the body and blood of Jesus
  • It is a foretaste of the second coming of Christ
  • In obedience of Jesus commands
  • It is a sign of the new covenant sealed in the blood of Jesus Christ.

    b) Give reasons why Christians take part the Holy Communion

  • Reminds them of the death and resurrection of Jesus
  • Proclaims the death and resurrection of Christ until it comes
  • Unites the believers
  • Helps them to rededicate themselves /confess/pray
  • Reminds them of God’s love for humanity/strengthen their faith.
  • It is a thanks giving for God’s saving act.
  • It symbolizes the body and blood of Jesus
  • It is a foretaste of the second coming of Christ
  • In obedience of Jesus commands
  • It is a sign of the new covenant sealed in the blood of Jesus Christ.

    6. a) Explain what the teaching of Jesus about the vine and the branches in John 15:1-10 reveal about the unit church in Kenya today. (7mks)

    i. God is the vine dresser/Jesus is the true vine

    ii. The followers of Jesus/the Christians are the branches.

    iii. Christians are related to God through Jesus

    iv. The unfaithful Christians are the unfruitful branches which are cut away/destroyed

    v. The faithful Christians/fruitful branches are pruned so as to produce more fruit

    vi. Christians can only bear fruits /do good things if they remain united to Christ

    vii. Through Christ all Christians are joined to one another.

    viii. Christians should rely on God for all providence

    ix. Love is [passed on to the Christians from god through Christ

    x. Christians should observe/keep Gods commandments.

    7. What symbolic titles do Christians use to describe their unity?

  • the church
  • the bride
  • the body of Christ
  • vine and the branches
  • the people of god

    8. In what ways are the people of God described (1 peter 2:9-10)

  • Abrahams descendants were referred to as the people of god
  • Follows of Christ are described as the people of God
  • They are people chooses by God
  • They are special chosen race
  • They are a royal priesthood. They perform priestly tasks such as preaching, conducting church services and services
  • They are a holy nation
  • They are Gods own people
  • They are people who have received Gods mercy
  • They practice justice, love, perseverance, tolerance and appreciation for other Christians.
  • They called to declare the deeds of God

    9. Outline the New Testament teaching on unity of believers as the bride

  • The bride represents the believers in Christ (Christ) and they are united to Christ who is the bride groom
  • The church is to be committed to Christ, just as the bride is to the bride groom. Christians as the bride of God should be pure and not corrupted in sin
  • Gods relationship to his people is perfect and will lat eternally
  • The brides patience in the union with Christ will not be in vain. God will wipe every tear from peoples eyes. There will be no death, mourning or pain
  • Committed Christians will be taken to anew home(heaven),just as the bride is taken home by the husband

    10. Explain the vine and the branches as a symbol of unity of believers.

  • Vine is Jesus
  • Vine dresser is God
  • Branches are believers
  • Branches that do not bear fruit are believers who are unfaithful to God
  • Believer who remain with Christ will bear fruits otherwise those that do not will be pruned and thrown in eternal fire
  • Vine who is the Christ links us with God
  • Vine/Christ brings a relationship of love between God and men.

    11. Identify ways in which the unity of believers is expressed in the concept of the body of Christ.

  • The of Christ can be compared to the functions of the human body. Just as there is unity among various body parts so members of the body of Christ must be united
  • God has arranged all parts of the body so that they are all interdependent similarly, all gifts are important and for the benefit and enrichment of all
  • There should be no divisions in the church since all believers are members of the body of Christ so they should live a life worth god’s calling.
  • Christ ascension resulted in the fulfillment of God’s purpose for his people. The enemy has been defeated so they are all united in Christ in the church.
  • Jesus gave gifs through the Holy spirit to those who belong to him. They all work together to edify the church to enhance the unity in the body of Christ.

    Chapter Three

    Selected Old Testament

    Prophets and Their Teachings

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Discuss how Jesus fulfilled the old testament prophecies about the messiah

    Nathan’s prophecy to David that god will make his (David’s) descendant to rule over Israel/forever is affirmed by the angel Gabriel during the annunciation (Luke 1: 32)

  • The conception of Mary fulfils the prophecy of Isaiah (Isaiah 7: 14)
  • Jesus was born in the town of Bethlehem of Judah as had been prophesied by the prophet of Micah
  • when Jesus taught in the Synagogue in Nazareth at the beginning of this ministry, he quoted from Isaiah 61: 1-2 to affirm that he was the Messiah that Isaiah talks about when John sent his disciples to Jesus to enquire whether he was the Messiah.
  • The Messianic age is foretold in the Old Testament, is enacted by Jesus when he turns water into wine at Cana in Galilee/other miracles.
  • Through miracles Jesus shared the suffering of mankind, thus fulfilling the prophecy of the suffering servant (Isaiah 53:4)
  • The old Testament prophecy of the peaceful king is fulfilled by Jesus during the triumphant entry when he enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey. Isaiah 62:11
  • The rejection and death of Jesus were foretold in the old testament Psalms 118: 22-23
  • The new covenant foretold by Jeremiah is fulfilled by Jesus during the last supper/death /resurrection/forgiveness of sins

    2. Why did the prophets of the old testament condemn the way the Israelites Worshipped.

  • Religion became too commercialized/money could be used to buy favours from God.
  • People broke the ten commandments/disobeyed God’s commands
  • People forgot the saving mighty works of God/worshipped foreign gods e.g. Baal, Asherah, idols
  • The poor were hated, despised/considered outcasts
  • The widows/orphans were neglected
  • People believed in false prophets/prophecies
  • People practiced syncretism.

    3. With reference to the Old testament outline the characteristics of a true Prophet.

  • A true prophet must havebeen called
  • A true prophet communicated God’s message to the people
  • A true prophet spoke with authority
  • A true prophet understood the nature of their prophecies
  • A true prophet acknowledged only one god
  • A true prophet received revelations in the form of dreams, visions and symbolic actions,
  • Their prophecies came to pass
  • They understood the nature of their prophecies
  • They proclaimed punishment and rewards to individual and to the whole nation
  • Their reductions were fulfilled

    4. Explain the role of prophets in the Old Testament.

  • They spoke on behalf of god/God’s messengers/mouth pieces
  • They foretold the future events
  • They guided/counseled the kings
  • They called people back to repentance/gave messages of hope
  • They reminded the people about the covenant
  • They condemned the evil in society
  • They warned the people of God’s judgment
  • They made the people understand the nature of god.
  • They offered sacrifices to god
  • The anointed kings
  • They interpret the vision dreams from God/current events

    5. Describe the characteristics of the false prophets in the old testament ( 7 mks)

    i. They asked for payment for their services/material gains.

    ii. They were self appointed/had no call from god

    iii. Their prophecies were not fulfilled

    iv. They spoke what the people wanted to hear/wanted to please the people

    v. They raised false confidence among the people

    vi. They did not speak with authority when challenged

    vii. They spoke about doctrines/teachings that were contrary to the covenant

    viii. Their raised false confidence among the people

    ix. They did not speak with authority when challenged.

    x. They spoke about doctrines/teachings that were contrary to the covenant

    xi. Their lives were not exemplary/hypocrites

    xii. They wanted favours from the kings

    xiii. They were not ready to suffer for the truth

    xiv. They undermined the work of the prophets

    6. State three differences between prophets in the Old Testament and Traditional African communities (6 mks)

    i. Communities. The Old Testament prophets stresses the worship of one God/monotheism while in some traditional African communities, prophets recognized many gods/goddesses.

    ii. The old testament received their power, guidance directly from god while the African traditional prophets got their power from god through the living dead/spirits

    iii. The old testament prophets faced opposition from their people while traditional African prophets were confined to their ethnic communities

    iv. The Old Testament prophets faced opposition from their people while the traditional African prophets were confined to their ethnic communities.

    v. The work of OT prophets were recorded and reserved while ATR was handed over through oral traditions.

    7. Explain ways in which prophets of God were important in the life of the nation of Israel.

  • They acted as mediators between god and people
  • God spoke to prophets to communicate information about the future
  • They preached practical monotheism and condemned idolatry
  • They condemned all forms of social evils and ritual sins
  • They acted as the conscience of kings
  • They gave people hope of being restored to god if they repented their sins.

    8. What lessons can Christians learn from the lives of old testament prophets

  • Christians should use the gift of prophesy for the glory of God
  • Christians like Old testament prophets should always stand for truth
  • Christians should always condemn the social political and economic evils such as corruption in the society
  • Christians like the Old Testament prophets should lead holy lives
  • They should expect persecution in their work as God’s messengers. Old Testament prophets like Jeremiah were rejected and persecuted by their own people.
  • Christians like the Old testament prophets should be ready to obey God’s call
  • Christians should realize that god is universal hence they should reach out to all people.

    9. Identify the various ways through which the Old testament prophets communicated their messages to the people

  • Lyrics
  • Prose narratives
  • Sermons
  • Letters-Jeremiah
  • Songs/poems
  • Lamentations
  • Lifestyles e.g. in Hosea
  • Miracles e.g. Moses and Elijah

    10. Give features of false prophets in Israel

  • They followed their own imaginations and filled people with false hope
  • False prophets had no personal knowledge of god. They received no visions or dreams from god.
  • The false prophets sued evil forces like magic to call upon the spirits.
  • They experienced themselves without authority before god and men
  • Their prophecies were not in line with the divine revelations
  • False prophets prophesied for payment and this was against the covenant that the Israelites had with God.
  • They derived materials benefits from the prophecies which pleased their clients
  • They served other gods and not Yahweh e.g. Baal.
  • They told their clients what they wanted to hear and not true things.

    Chapter Four Amos

    Past Kcse Question on the Topic

    1. State the sins that were condemned by prophet Amos

  • Selling into slavery those who could not pay their debts The oppression of the poor and the weak
  • Sexual immorality
  • Hypocrisy/practicing empty religious, rituals when people’s hearts are far from it
  • Exploitation of the poor. A state where the poor were poorer and the rich ere becoming rather
  • Telling lies/dishonesty
  • Hypocrisy practicing empty religious, rituals when people’s hearts are far from it
  • Exploitation of the poor. A state where the poor were poorer and the rich were becoming richer
  • Telling lies/dishonesty
  • Misusing the house of God/profaning/desecration of the temple III-treating the Nazarenes and the prophets
  • Idol worship
  • Injustice on the poor, weak and down trodden Drunkenness
  • Cheating in business by use of false scales

    2. List five visions that Amos saw concerning the coming judgment on the People of Israel.

  • Vision of a great swarm of locusts
  • Vision of a great fire
  • Vision of a crooked wall Vision of a basket of fruits
  • Vision of the destruction of the altar.

    3. Give reasons why prophet Amos was against the way the Israelites Worshipped God.

  • They gave empty sacrifices which did not reflect holy lives
  • They practical syncretism
  • There was no sincerity in worship/hypocrisy
  • They made idols/worship/hypocrisy
  • They made idols /worshipped idols
  • They built many high places of worship for idols
  • They misused the temple by feasting/drinking
  • They refused to listen to the prophets of god/listened to false prophets
  • They misused the Sabbath
  • They practiced temple prostitution

    4. (a) State the teachings of prophet Amos about the day of the lord (8 mks)

    i) It will be a day of terror and disaster

    ii) God will punish the Israelites for their disobedience/He will remember their evil deeds

    iii) The land shall tremble/there will be earthquakes

    iv) People will mourn /no happiness

    v) There will be darkness at noon

    vi) the feasts and festivals will not be joyful

    vii) People will thirst/hunger for the word of God

    viii) People will faint in the process of searching for the word of God

    ix) It will be a day of disappointment to the Israelites x) The wicked will not escape God’s judgment.

    (b) How can Christians assist the church leaders to perform their duties effectively? (5 mks)

    i) Giving financial /material help

    ii) advising/counseling them on various issues

    iii) Encouraging them in their work

    iv) Participating fully in church activities/functions

    v) Giving tithes and offerings faithfully

    vi) Praying for them

    vii) Respecting them

    viii) Practicing/obeying the word of God

    ix) Defending them against unfair criticism. x) Providing training opportunities for them

    5. How is the church promoting social justice in Kenya today? ( 6 mks)

    i) The righteous could be sold for silver and the needy for a pair of shoes.

    ii) The rich woman led luxurious lives and were unkind to the poor

    iii) The rich woman encouraged their husbands to exploit the poor

    iv) The rich people took an excess share of the harvest from the farmers

    v) The rulers lived luxurious lives in good houses as the poor suffered thus God would send them into exile.

    vi) The rulers were arrogant, trusted in material things, drunk wine when the poor had nothing to eat.

    vii) The judges were corrupt and took bribes from the rich

    viii) The wealthy merchants cheated the poor by using scales/selling the refuse

    ix) The Israelites indulged in wine drinking and forced even those not supposed to drink, to do so

    x) Those who spoke the truth were hated

    xi) Prophet Amos advised the prople to seek good and avoid evil

    xii) The Israelites indulged in sexual immorality, they provoked the almighty God.

    xiii) He advised against the misuse of the garments taken in pledge

    xiv) Amos advised against robbery with violence.

    6. (a) In what ways did the Israelites break their relationship with God during the time of Amos.

  • There was clan distinction in Israel which was not allowed by the covenant way of life.
  • They did not respect the authority of God as their leaders There were murder cases/crimes, which led to loss of life
  • The poor were oppressed by the rich/exploited them
  • There was increased immorality where there was prostitution and increases adultery

    (b) State the relevance of Amos message on judgment for Christians today.

    God is universal and expects his people to be morally and spiritually upright by obeying his commandments

  • Their behaviour should match their religious piety Christians should shun evil and live according to God’s will Christians should serve God only to avoid judgment of them
  • They should live exemplary life to give others courage to join the worship of god Christians may fund themselves in hopeless and helpless situation hence no hope for the future.

    Chapter Five

    Jeremiah

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Discuss the circumstances which led to the exile of the Israelites in Babylon.

  • Towards the end of the seventh century B.C the Babylonians had become the most powerful nation in the Middle east through conquest.
  • The Israelites had forsaken the covenant way of life with the neighbours/the leaders of the people were corrupt/there was social injustice/lack of moral responsibility/accountability
  • The Israelites had broken the covenant relationship with God by forsaking the religion of their forefathers/by worshipping idols/practicing syncretism
  • Intermarriages with non-Israelites brought in foreign influence which made the Israelites run away from Yahweh to other Gods
  • The Israelites refused to listen to the voice of the prophet Jeremiah/prophets who tried to bring the people back to the covenant way of life
  • The Israelites also persecuted the prophets of Yahweh (Jeremiah)when they challenged them about their way of life/hypocrisy in order to silence them
  • The Israelites failure to take the opportunity given to them by the prophets to respect
  • Israelites failure to take the opportunity given to them by the prophets to respect
  • Israel had experienced a succession of weak rulers who did nothing to return the people to the covenant way of life.
  • In 603 B.C Nebuchadnezzar/Babylonians defeated the Egyptians at Carchemish leaving no obstacle to prevent the Babylonians from marching worth.
  • The Babylonians army capture Judah/the cities/forced king Johaiakim to accept Babylonians control
  • After three years of Babylonians rule, king Hohaiakim tried to overthrow the Babylonians rule (but he died suddenly) he was succeeded by the his son Jehoakim
  • The Babylonians army returned to Judah and surrounded the city of Jerusalem.
  • In 589 B.C the Babylonian army returned to Judah and surrounded the city of Jerusalem
  • In 587 B.C, the Babylonians broke into the city/destroyed the city/the temple of Jerusalem/most of the temple who survived the destruction were deported as exiles in Babylon.

    2. With reference to Jeremiah chapter 2: 14 -19, state Jeremiah’s five Responses to God’s call.

  • Jeremiah was hesitant/said he did not know how to speak
  • He was afraid
  • He was not ready
  • He felt immature because he was young
  • He had dialogue with God/talked to God
  • Jeremiah saw two visions, which chamber his attitude towards Gods mission for him
  • He accepted to be sent

    3. With reference to the teachings of Jeremiah describe how the Israelites Were encouraged to live in hope during the Babylonian exile.

    Jeremiah taught that the Israelites would be restored. when they came back from exile, they, they would be restored when they came back from exile, they would prosper

  • They would live in peace
  • God would increase their number by them having many children/encouraged to marry/get children.
  • They would worship him alone/they would be people/he would be their God
  • They would live forever in the land God would give them
  • God would give them a king from David’s lineage who would rule wisely
  • The exile/suffering would not last forever/god had good plans for them/exile is God’s plan.
  • People would cry to God/he would answer their prayers
  • The law will be written in their prayers
  • The law will be written in their hearts
  • They will know God individually
  • Their sins will be forgiven
  • Individuals will be responsible for their own sins
  • Jeremiah encouraged them to build horses/plant gardens so as to prosper
  • They were encouraged to seek peace with their captors.
  • Jeremiah‘s purchase of land spelt out hope for the future.

    4. What problems did prophet Jeremiah encounter

  • He was arrested
  • He scroll was burnt by king Jehoiakim He was thrown into cistern/well
  • He had difficulties in convincing the people that his message was true from Yahweh/faced opposition
  • He was beaten
  • He was insulted/referred /to as a traitor/mocked/ridiculed
  • He was barred from going to the temple
  • He was put in prison/dungeon/detained

    5. What problems did the Israelites face during the Babylonians exile?

  • They lacked adequate food/famine
  • Adapting to a new environment
  • Following/keeping the Babylonian officials
  • They lost their identity/discriminated
  • They were turned into refugees in Egypt, Moab, Edom, Ammon etc
  • They were not united
  • Their religious loyalty to god was undermined
  • They lacked places for worship/religious festivals
  • They were influenced into idolatry
  • There were false prophets

    6. Identify the evils that prophet Jeremiah condemned

  • He condemned prostitution
  • He condemned tribalism Corruption and bribery Robbery and murder Exploitation of the poor
  • Injustice denied to the poor
  • Selling of goods unfit for human consumption to the poor
  • Selling into slavery those who could not pay their debts
  • The oppression of the poor and the weak
  • Taking of bribes mostly in courts
  • Cheating in business by use of false scale.
  • The law will be written in people’s hearts and not on stone tablet
  • The new covenant will be between an individual and God/personal
  • There will be individual responsibility/punishment for those who sin
  • The new covenant will be everlasting
  • The new covenant will be universal
  • There will be forgiveness of sins/they will not be remembered
  • There will be no mediators between God and individual
  • The new covenant will be fulfilled in the coming Jesus Christ. salvation/relationship

    8. Identify the symbolic acts used by prophet Jeremiah’s demonstrate God’s Judgment and punishment to the Israelites

  • Buying a new linen waist cloth and burying a new linen waist cloth and burying it in a cleft of the rock Jeremiah 13:1-11
  • Jeremiah was not to marry Jeremiah 16:1-18
  • The reworking of the vessels by the potter Jeremiah 18:1-17
  • The breaking of the earthen flask before the elders Jeremiah 19:1-15
  • He was shown two baskets of figs. One with good figs and another with bad figs. Jeremiah 24: 1-10
  • Wearing of the yoke Jeremiah 27: 1-15

    9. (a) Explain the significance of the symbolic act of buying land by Prophet Jeremiah (8 mks)

    i. It showed the people of Judah still had a future despite the coming crisis/Judas will regain freedom after congest

    ii. It was an assurance that the people would be restored back to their homeland/reclaims their land

    iii. It demonstrated that the people would resume their normal lives/construct homes /cultivate land/own property

    iv. Divine judgment was not an end to itself v. Restoration was to take place at God’s own time/God was to determine when the people would be restored back.

    vi. The people had to wait patiently for their return from exile.

    vii. It showed that God was loving/faithful/was to keep his promise of restoration/bring them back to their ancestral land.

    viii. It made them feel secure/they were not to lack anything.

    (b) Outline the sufferings of prophet Jeremiah during his ministry

  • People of his home town wanted to kill him
  • Members of his own family turned against him and betrayed him.
  • He was not to marry thus lived a lonely life
  • Was not supposed to join feasts or mounings to symbolize the suffering of Judah
  • Was ridiculed. Mocked and reproached wherever he went Prince Pahsur had him beaten and put in stocks overnight.
  • He was arrested and imprisoned in a dungeon
  • He was put in cistern with no water
  • People ignored his prophecies
  • He was distressed because the wicked prospered and the faithless lived comfortably
  • He walked around carrying a wooden yoke-this made him tired

    10. Explain the differences between the old covenant and the new covenant as foretold by prophet Jeremiah

  • The old covenant was made between god and the entire community while the new covenant would be between God and individual
  • In the Old Covenant, laws were written on stone tablets and this was external but in the new covenant, the laws would be written in the hearts of the people
  • The Old Covenant, stresses on collective responsibility for sin while the new covenant an individual would be responsible for his or her sin.
  • In the old covenant, the teachers of the law and parents were expected to pass the laws to the children. In the new covenant there would be little parental obligation for the knowledge of God is by personal experience
  • In the Old Covenant, animals were sacrificed while in the new covenant Jesus would be the ultimate sacrifice.
  • The Old covenant involved a mediator while the new covenant did not require a mediator since an individual would havea personal relationship with God.
  • In the new covenant, a man would be reconciled with God through permanent forgiveness of sin while in the old covenant, there was a temporary forgiveness of sins.
  • In the old covenant, the prophets taught the people about the will and character of God. In the new covenant the true knowledge about the will of God would be in the hearts of the people
  • The new covenant would be based on man’s free response while the old covenant was based on enforced laws or commandments
  • The old covenant was between God and Israelites while the covenant is universal

    11. List reasons why Jeremiah has been called the “suffering prophet”.

  • People of his home town wanted to kill him
  • Members of his own family turned against him and betrayed him.
  • He was not to marry thus lived a lonely life
  • Was not supposed to join feasts or mounings to symbolize the suffering of Judah
  • Was ridiculed. Mocked and reproached wherever he went Prince Pahsur had him beaten and put in stocks overnight.
  • He was arrested and imprisoned in a dungeon
  • He was put in cistern with no water
  • People ignored his prophecies
  • He was distressed because the wicked prospered and the faithless lived comfortably
  • He walked around carrying a wooden yoke-this made him tired

    12. State the qualities of God learnt from the call of prophet Jeremiah

    13. Describe the sufferings and lamentations of Jeremiah

  • After Jeremiah relayed god’s message to the people his own people and relatives plotted to kill him, this hurt and disturbed him
  • He was disturbed by the fact that the wicked were prosperous and the dishonest succeeded
  • He did his work faithfully and as a result people disliked and hated him. He felt lonely and unhappy and he cursed the day he was born
  • Jeremiah was mocked and laughed at by his people asking him why they were not seeing any fulfillment of what he was saying.
  • when Pashur, a priest hear Jeremiah preaching, he had him beaten and locked up in the temple for a night
  • Jeremiah’s prophecy of the destruction of the temple angered the people and they called him a traitor
  • Jeremiah suffered more by being put into prison after he was beaten and accused of siding with the Babylonians
  • He was thrown into a cistern with no water in it but only mud to die there. Jeremiah’s wearing of a yoke around his neck annoyed false prophets 14. (a) What prompted Jeremiah to give the sermon at the temple gate

    (b) What lessons can Christians learn from teaching of Jeremiah in the temple sermon

  • Christians should denounce hypocrisy e.g. shouldn’t pretend to be upright in public yet in secret engage in corruption, sexual immorality etc.
  • Christians should speak out against modern idols like money, power drug abuse
  • Christians should condemn destruction of human life and violence in general e.g. abortion, murder/must uphold sanctify of human life
  • Christians must be aware of existence of false teaching and prophesies in their midst and should guard themselves not to fall into their traps. Christians should pray for God’s guidance to distinguish true from false prophets condemn dishonesty
  • Christians should strive to be trustworthy and condemn dishonesty.
  • Christian to practice justice in their relationship with others and so preach against all forms of injustices
  • Christians should not result to witchcraft, divination or sorcery when faced with problem in life
  • Christians should proclaim divine judgment on those who refuse to obey God’s will.

    Chapter Six

    Nehemiah

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Outline the problems that Nehemiah encountered in rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem

  • The officials of Tekoa did not co-operate with him
  • He was ridiculed by San ballat and Tobiah.
  • He received threats of violence from the enemies
  • A trap was laid to derail his mission of rebuilding the wall
  • There was a plot to kill him
  • Insecurity from the enemies
  • False prophets tried to discourage him
  • Opposition from the Jewish nobles
  • False accusation from his enemies.

    2. (a) Explain the different occasions when Nehemiah prayed ( 8 mks)

  • Nehemiah prayed when he learnt about the suffering of the Jews back in Judah
  • when his enemies ridiculed the Jews to discourage them from rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem
  • when he learnt about his enemies conspiracy to attack Jerusalem to stop the constructions work
  • After his condemnation of oppression of the poor, Nehemiah prayed asking God to reward him.
  • when his enemies plotted to destroy him to stop the rebuilding of the wall when Sheheiah attempted to Frighten him asking him to hide in the temple because there was a plot to kill him
  • when he cleansed and re-organised the temple liturgy for effective worship of Yahweh
  • After cleansing the Israelites of foreign influence

    (b) In what ways did Nehemiah demonstrate qualities of a good leader during His time? (7 mks)

    i. He was hardworking/committed to his work

    ii. He faced opposition/challenges courageously

    iii. He prayed and consulted God in all situations

    iv. He had vision/foresight for the nation/Jews

    v. He recognized other peoples’ abilities/allowed them to perform different duties.

    vi. He was concerned about the life of his people

    vii. He was patriotic

    viii. He made wise/firm decisions in different circumstances

    ix. He was honest x. He served as a role model/participated in the rebuilding of the wall in Jerusalem

    xi. He endured persecution

    (c) What is the importance of prayer in the life of a Christian today? (5 mks)

    i. It enables one to gain power over temptations

    ii. It expresses one’s obedience before god

    iii. One is able to give thanks to God for the many blessings

    iv. So as to ask for god’s protection/care in all that one does

    v. In order to ask for forgiveness for the wrongs done

    vi. One is able to intercede for others

    vii. In order to show/acknowledge god as the provider of everything

    viii. So as to praise/glorify/exalt god

    ix. To seek for guidance/direction for god

    x. One is able to communicate with god

    xi. It expresses humility between God

    3. (a) Relate six occasions when Nehemiah prayed

    (b) Explain the importance of prayer in Christian life 4. How did Nehemiah leadership qualities assist him in dealing with the problems he encountered 5. Give the similarities in the life and experiences of Nehemiah and Jesus Christ 6. Outline the reforms carried out by Nehemiah after Babylonian exile.

  • He denounced marriages between Jews and foreigners
  • He purified the temple after sending away the Samaritan Tobiah who had been residing in the temple
  • He reorganized the tithing system
  • He made up a panel of four to look into the distribution of tithes to priests/Levites/musicians
  • Upheld the law of the Sabbath
  • Commanded Levites to guard the temple against traders
  • Made Jews to the loyal to mosaic law. 7. State leadership qualities that a modern leader can learn from Nehemiah.

    Leaders should trust in god and seek his guidance.

  • Should be prayerful
  • Should have courage
  • Should work hard and be committed to their duties
  • Should set their goals and organize their activities
  • Should seek wisdom from God.
  • Should be concerned with the needy Should be patriotic
  • Should seek God first and be good role model
  • Should condemn all forms of injustices in society
  • Should be honest
  • Should have a spirit of team work
  • Should have comparison.

    Form Four Work Chapter 1

    Introduction to Christian Ethics Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. State the difference between the traditional African and modern attitude towards marriage.

  • In traditional African Communities marriage is a rhythm of life through which everyone must undergo. Today a person can decide to marry or not marry.
  • Procreation as a purpose for marriage is more emphasized in traditional communities than modern society where marriage is regarded complete even without children
  • Polygamous family is highly respected in Traditional encouraged
  • In Traditional society, the husband is the head of a family but in modern society, the husband and wife tend to be seen as complementary
  • Choosing a marriage partner and marriage arrangement were a collective responsibility in traditional communities but today marriage is mainly seen as an individual affairs
  • In Traditional African Communities the significance of dowry was social and religious. Today, too much economic significance is attached to dowry
  • In Traditional African Communities people looked for a marriage partner who was hardworking /strong/healthy
  • Today marriages are highly commercialized and qualities looked for are riches, education and beauty.

    2. (a) Discuss the measures taken by the traditional African Communities to discourage Pregnancy before marriage.

  • Should provide pastoral care/guidance and counseling
  • Accept them in church
  • Provide them with material help where necessary
  • Visit them
  • Pray with them involve them in church activities
  • Encourage them to get married
  • Invite them to church seminars on family life

    (b) What factors- have contributed to sexual immorality among the youth in Kenya today?

    3. (a) Discuss reasons why members of Christian families in Kenya find it difficult to harmoniously live together. (10 mks)

  • Unfaithfulness
  • Misuse of family resources
  • Lack of communication
  • Child abuse e.g. raping, beating
  • Alcoholism/drug abuse

  • Separation of family members e.g. due to wage/labour/education Denial of conjugal rights

  • Sickness e.g. AIDS, Cancer etc Child delinquency Lack of tolerance/forgiveness
  • Greed for wealth/self esteem
  • Religious finalism/denominational differences
  • Traditional inhibitions /influence
  • Peer group influence/permissiveness
  • Generation gap.

    (b) Explain how the church strengthens family relationships today. (7 mks)

  • Through guidance and counseling
  • Hold seminars/conferences for couples, youths and children.
  • Through publications on Christian living e.g. magazines, books etc
  • Use of mass-media
  • Through publications on Christian living e.g. magazines, books etc
  • Use of mass-media
  • Through offering pastoral care in homes/house to house visits
  • Giving financial support to needy families
  • Offering employment to the jobless
  • Providing vocational training /skills
  • Praying for families.

    4. Reasons why taboos were important in traditional African Communities

  • Guided an acceptable eating habits/discipline
  • Outlined social relationships/kinship ties Respect for elders /leaders
  • Maintenance of respect for God
  • Help in maintenance of dignity/integrity
  • Guided an acceptable eating habits/discourages vices such as gluttony, greediness etc
  • Create harmony /maintain law and order/promoted peace in society.

    5. (a) State ways in which sex is abused in Kenya ( 6 mks)

  • Sex before marriage-fornication
  • Sex outside marriage- adultery
  • Prostitution, bestiality
  • Homosexuality lesbianism/sodomy/oral sex
  • Pornographic literature/mass media/use of technological devices in sex
  • Masturbation, Incest
  • Rape/defilement of the underage

    (b) Describe the problems faced by the family living with a member who is living with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). (7 mks)

  • Social stigma/suffers isolation
  • Economic crises due to high rate of opportunistic diseases
  • Poverty due to medication
  • Suffers depression as they watch their person wear off
  • They condemn the person as a sinner
  • They haveto exercise high hygienic standards to ensure safety of other members
  • Suffers a drawback in their occupation as most time is spent caring for the patient Struggle a lot to provide required diet for proper maintenance Pretend to show love though they suffer bitterness inside themselves Quarrels/misunderstanding within the family.
  • Quarrels/misunderstanding within the family

    6. (a) How was marriage formalized in traditional communities ( 8 mks)

  • Giving bride price as a token of appreciation to bride’s family
  • Exchamber of gifts among the family members performed religious rituals
  • Held ceremonies where food and beer were shared among friends and families.
  • Exchamber visits by the families of the bride and the groom
  • Marriage negotiations were held
  • Celebrations through songs and dances
  • Oathing.
  • Virginity of bride to be proved.

    (b) Why was polygamy common in traditional African communities? (8 mks)

  • Many children were viewed as a source of wealth.
  • Effective family planning
  • To ensure unity in the community
  • To acquire wealth through bride price
  • Children ensured security in old age
  • The more the children the longer the immorality
  • To reduce irresponsible sexual behaviour such as adultery, prostitution
  • Curb bareness
  • One’s social status was measured by the number of wives one had Co-wives worked as a team to boost man’s wealth To avoid getting children of one sex Land was plenty to accommodate large families
  • Due to high mortality rate due to epidemics thus one needed to marry many wives (c) State the role of parents in traditional African family. (9 mks)

    (a) Give reasons why pre- marital pregnancies were rare in traditional African communities (12 mks)

    (b) State the causes of prostitution in Kenya today (8 mks)

    (c) What is the role of a midwife in traditional African communities? (5 mks)

  • they helped pregnant women in delivery services
  • The midwives took care of the weak mother and child
  • They gave advice to the parents of the mother on ways of bringing up the child

    8. (a) Outline ways through which a marriage partner is chosen in traditional African communities (12 mks)

  • A relative/mediator identifies a girl from a family and suggests to the family of the young man
  • Parents make decisions for their children when still young
  • Parents make decisions for their children when still young
  • Parents of the boy visits the parents of a girl to ask for her hand in marriage
  • The young people could court and choose who to marry
  • The first wife chooses a girl for her husband
  • Bride dowry could be paid to a family well in advance
  • A young girl can be given as a gift to another family
  • Some exchange the girls from the two families
  • One could inherit a brother’s wife
  • A young girl could be given as a way of settling disputes/replace the one who had died /paying debits.

    (b) Explain why divorce is rare in traditional African communities (6 mks)

  • Marriage is permanent/highly valued
  • There is investigation concerning the family to be involved in the marriages/courtship allowed in some communities
  • Many people are involved in marriage negotiations
  • The wife belonged to the husband and the larger communities
  • Payment of dowry and children seal the marriage
  • Elaborate marriage procedures makes it difficult for one to divorce
  • Fear of paying fines/returning bride wealth in case divorce
  • Marriage disputes are handled by parent/elders
  • In case of bareness/impotence an alternative is sought e.g. Polygamy
  • Boys and girls are taught about sex
  • Gender roles are clearly observed

    (c) Identify the effects of divorce on children in Kenya today (7 mks)

  • Loss of parental love
  • Can lead to school dropouts
  • Children run away from home-become street children
  • Can lead to child abuse/labour
  • Many engage in prostitution/crime to produce for themselves Lead to disease/death

    9. Identify in which Christians assist people who are living with HIV/AIDS. (5 mks)

  • Praying for them/preaching to them
  • Guiding and counseling them
  • Providing medical services for them
  • Providing basic needs for both the infected and family members
  • Educating them on ways of avoiding re-infection and teach them to live positively.
  • Initiating income generating activities to provide employment for them
  • Preaching against discrimination/advocating for legislation to support their existence
  • Building homes and shelters for them
  • Visiting them

    10. (a) What are the advantages of monogamous marriages? ( 8 mks)

  • It enhances conjugal rights in the family
  • It upholds dignity of the family members. Children respect their father
  • Security is enhanced
  • Love is divided
  • It eases wrangles on property ownership/inheritance
  • It is a covenant protected by god/the state
  • Law and order prevails in the family/there is unity
  • It reduces chances of being infected with sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS
  • Providing for family needs is easier
  • It is easier to develop mutual confidence/trust among family members It reduces delinquency among the children
  • The woman takes pride in the marriage

    (b) Give reasons why the church is involved in the fight against HIV and AIDs.

  • It’s a continuation of Jesus’ works of healing
  • The church has a duty to guide and counsel/promotes moral values in the society
  • To cater for infected/affected members of the community
  • To conserve god’s creation
  • It’s the duty of the church to help reduce human suffering
  • To promote economic development
  • To promote peace in the family/co-existence

    11. (a) Outline the Christian teachings on marriage ( 6 mks)

  • Marriage should be between a man a woman
  • Marriage should be monogamous
  • Husband should love the wife
  • Husband and wife should be complementary/help each other
  • Marriage should be for companionship
  • Husband and wife should be faithful to each other
  • Conjugal right should be enjoyed in marriage/sex should only be for married couples
  • The wife should submit to the husband Husband and wife should respect/cherish each other Marriage is permanent/it is a commitment/ no divorce Marriage is God’s plan for human beings /it was instituted by god
  • The husband and wife should cleave to each other/become one/one flesh
  • Marriage provide for procreation/Multiplications

    (b) How should Christians prepare for marriage? (8 mks)

  • Pray to god for guidance in getting a partner
  • Identify the person to marry
  • Inform the parents/guardians about the person to marry
  • Propose to the would be spouse
  • Inform the church leaders about their marriage plans
  • Attend seminars/counseling sessions on marriage
  • Visit the parents/family of the would be spouse to discuss marriage arrangements/get consent
  • Make arrangements to give dowry
  • Arrange with the church on when the marriage can take place/fix a wedding date
  • Identify the marriage witnesses/best man/maid /best couple
  • Ensure there is availability of finance/resources

    (c) Give reasons why some Christians break their marriage vows?

  • Due to unfaithfulness/adultery Lust/covetousness Financial constraints/poverty
  • Pressure from in laws
  • Lack of faith in God
  • Influence from friends/peers
  • Lack of guidance and counseling
  • Lack of children/barrenness/having children of one sex
  • Hypocrisy/pretence
  • Effects of mass media/foreign culture
  • Poor role model
  • Denial of conjugal rights/dissatisfaction

    12. Explain the Christian attitude to human sexuality ( 7 mks)

  • Sex is sacred
  • Man and woman are created for companionship
  • A woman was created to complement man
  • The man and woman share the image of God/are equal
  • They become one in marriage
  • Sexual intercourse is life giving and procreation Human beings have the ability to control sexual desires All forms of irresponsible sexual behavior are condemned

    13. State the disadvantages of single parent family today (8 mks)

    Loneliness Lack of mother/ father figure

  • Experience identity crisis/psychological problems
  • Social problem/humiliation/teasing
  • Lack of acceptance by community
  • Economic hardships
  • Problems in adopting to marriage life/when they finally marry
  • Lack of sexual satisfaction.

    14. Give reasons why the church is against gay marriages ( 6 mks)

  • It interferes with God’s intention for marriage
  • It is an unnatural union/ abuse of the sacredness of sex
  • It goes against Christian ethics and African values/lack of morals
  • It is dishonorable to God/sin before god
  • God created a man and a woman for procreation/procreation is not practical between same sexes
  • It lowers the dignity of human beings
  • It is a form of sexual immorality/condemned in the bible It can lead to spread of diseases.

    15. Give reasons why defilement of minors is on increase in Kenya today. (5 mks)

    Permissiveness in the society Lack of self control

  • Influence form mass media
  • Mental illness/stress
  • Erosion of African culture
  • False religion/devil worshipping/strange cult
  • To avenge for oneself
  • Breakdown of religious values
  • Irresponsible parenthood
  • Drugs and alcohol abuse
  • Indecent dressing
  • Leniency on the part of law enforcement agencies to the offenders
  • Idleness
  • Poverty/unemployment

    16. Why do Christians condemn incest in society? ( 5 mks)

  • The bible condemns it
  • It is against god’s command
  • Can create family conflicts
  • It can cause psychological problems e.g. anger, guilt, shame e.t.c It is a disgrace to people involve
  • Children born out of incestuous relationship may have genetic problems Christians have a duty to condemn evil in society

    17. Highlight the various causes of domestic violence ( 6 mks)

  • Unfaithfulness
  • Drug abuse/alcohol
  • One partner engaging in child abuse
  • Gossip/peer influence
  • In-law interference
  • Lack of sexual satisfaction
  • Poverty / differences in income

  • Difference in levels of education
  • Misuse of family resources by one partner
  • Differences in religious faith/doctrine.

    18. Outline ways in which church prepares its youth for marriage ( 10 mks)

  • Offering guidance/pre-marital counseling
  • Condemning pre-marital sex
  • Praying with/for them
  • Offering financial assistance for wedding preparation
  • Emphasizing on church wedding/discourage elopement Church leaders setting an example for youth to emulate Organizing seminars/retreats/drama to educate them
  • Teaching them about responsible parenthood/their roles as husband/wives
  • Teaching the Christian purpose of marriage

    19. Give reasons why there is campaign for girl child education in Kenya today.(4 mks)

  • Some parents prefer educating boys to girls
  • To prepare them for leadership positions
  • To empower them socially/economically
  • To provide them with equal opportunities with boys
  • Girls and boys are equal in the eyes of god
  • In some communities, girls are married off at a very early age.

    20. Explain the features of traditional African family ( 7 mks)

  • Procreation
  • Polygamy
  • Women were subordinate to their husbands
  • Divorce was rare
  • Relationships between in-laws were maintained well
  • Marriage promoted one’s status
  • Marriage was a covenant relationship and was not to be broken unless there were extreme problems

    21. What are the causes of conflict in husband relationship? ( 5 mks)

  • Lack of emotional satisfaction due to lack of love or sexual deprivation
  • Economic pressure/frustrations due to inability to meet basic needs
  • Job /work pressure i.e. frustration due to inability to meet work conditions Differences on how to rear children
  • Number of children/sex of children /childlessness
  • Drug abuse
  • Unfaithfulness
  • Interference from in-laws

    22. Identify 7 factors that have made it difficult to curb the spread of HIV/ AIDs. ( 7 mks)

  • Poverty/ unemployment
  • Lack of role models
  • Socio-cultural factors e.g. circumcision, wife inheritance, cleansing rituals
  • Separation of spouses due to work, further studies/imprisonment
  • Availability of pornographic materials
  • Parental negligence/lack of guidance
  • Influence from friends/peers
  • Breakdown of moral values
  • Negative influence of Western culture

    23. How would you advice the youth on use of artificial contraceptives.( 2 mks)

  • It may lead to death
  • May lead to pregnancy as it is not 1005 effective
  • May encourage unfaithfulness May cause psychological effects
  • Can render one childless in future when one needs a child
  • High chances of contracting HIV/AIDS
  • Negative effects from hormonal contraceptives such as pills and injections e.g. cancer, bleeding
  • Concentrate on studies first, there is time for everything
  • Sex is sacred and only allowed in marriage.

    24. List down the factors that one should consider when choosing a marriage partner today ( 5 mks)

  • Age
  • Family background
  • HIV status of a person/health status
  • Education background
  • Cultural/ethnic or racial background
  • Economic/social status

    25. Under what circumstances may some people justify abortion? ( 5 mks)

  • when mother’s life is in danger.
  • Pregnancy out of wedlock
  • Need to safeguard reputation of an individual the family
  • Unwanted pregnancies (as a result of rape)
  • Need to allow the girl to continue with her education
  • Extreme economic hardship/poverty
  • Failure of men to accept responsibilities
  • Neglect of professional ethics by medical personnel Abuse and misuse of medical drugs Permissiveness in the society

    26. How is the church helping the youth to ideal with temptation of pre-marital sex?

  • Use of power of prayer
  • Avoid staying alone e.g. in dark places with a person from the opposite sex
  • Good guidance and counseling from church leaders
  • Choose the right leisure activities
  • Read the bible for enlightenment and encouragement
  • Read literature on human sexuality to remove ignorance
  • Always be busy/avoid idleness
  • Obey god’s command on purity until marriage
  • Avoid arousing each other e.g. kissing
  • Always be decently dressed
  • Avoid watching pornography.

    Chapter Three

    Christian Approaches to Work Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Explain the relationship between work and leisure in the Christian context

  • Both work and leisure were instilled by God during creation so they are both important to the life of human being
  • Work is exhausting so we need leisure to replenish lost energy
  • While work is a means of acquiring basics for life leisure guarantees celebrate that which has been earned through work
  • Both work and leisure are God’s command (Exodus 20: 8)
  • Doing work which is not our regular occupations can be a form of leisure
  • Work can lead one into tensional/frustrations leading to depression. Well planned leisure activity may counteract the depression
  • Since god worked and took rest, human beings should also do the same
  • Leisure gives one an opportunity to perform work of charity
  • To a Christian, leisure does not mean to indulge in immoral activities
  • Leisure gives us an opportunity to praise God for the work accomplished

    2. Give five reasons why a Christian should not resort to strike action as away of presenting grievances ( 5 mks)

  • Shows disobedience to lawful institutional authority which is against biblical teachings
  • Disrupts peaceful working atmosphere
  • Leads to waste of time and resources
  • Could lead to destruction of property
  • May lead to loss of life which goes against Gods commandments
  • May lead to sacking/unemployment/suffering of the individual and their dependants
  • Leads to bitterness/hatred /frustrations/revenge

    3. (a) State 5 ways in which the church can promote self employment in modern Society ( 5 mks) Open more technical institutes for masons, carpenters, electricians.

  • Provide guidance and counseling for positive attitude towards work
  • Enhance sense of responsibility in work
  • Giving them assistance in obtaining the equipment to staff small scale enterprises e.g. sewing machines
  • Help them in obtaining premises for their business

    (b) Give reasons why Christians condemn idleness (10 mks)

  • God ordained work
  • Jesus condemned idleness in his ministry in the parable of the talents
  • Idleness may lead to antisocial activities e.g. beggars
  • It dehumanizes individuals
  • Christians should emulate Jesus example of hard work
  • Idleness leads to one being a social parasite e.g. beggars
  • It is a rebellion against gods intention for human beings
  • It retards development of God given talents

    (c) Explain factors that have led to unemployment in Kenya today (8 mks)

  • The growth rate of Kenya’s economy is lower than the population growth
  • Inadequate land for those who want self employment in agriculture sector
  • Inadequate funds to start economic ventures
  • Adoption of lifestyles that do not promote development e.g. Drug addiction
  • A great part of Kenya has low potential
  • Wrong attitude instilled in the youth by the society
  • The youth think they should only do the white collar jobs
  • Poor job distribution where some people hold more than one job.
  • Policies that allow foreigners to take up jobs which would havebeen performed by Kenyans
  • Low investment ability due debt crisis and conditions set by donor countries
  • Application of redundant practices by both the government and the private sector i.e. Retrenchment
  • Liberalization of market which has led to influx of cheap goods thus leading to closure of some industries
  • Corruption/nepotism/tribalism.

    (d) Outline steps the church in Kenya is taking to solve problem of unemployment (7 mks)

  • Employ people as pastors
  • Has set up youth polytechnic to provide vocational training
  • Sponsors people through scholarship and bursaries to enable them acquire the necessary skills for employment
  • Church ran training colleges/universities where people are prepared for different careers
  • Encourage positive attitude towards all types of jobs
  • Enhance establishment of institutions which provide employment opportunities e.g. schools, hospitals
  • Provides funds to start small scale income generating industries and projects.
  • Sustain self-help groups by helping them to make products and market them thus creating job opportunities.

    4. Give factors that a Christian employer should consider when making decision on salary for an employer

  • Hours of work
  • Education/qualifications of an employee
  • Experience of an employee
  • Value of work
  • Needs of the employee/state of economy of the country
  • Dangers/risks of job to be done
  • Profits/returns of the work
  • The ability to pay
  • The amount of work to be done

    5. (a) Write down 5 consequences of denying employee rest

  • Poor working relationship/lack of respect
  • Leads to exhaustion/fatigue
  • Can result in poor health/death
  • Can result in go-slow
  • There is mistrust/need to be supervised so as to work
  • Can lead to strikes/riots/violence
  • Leads to family conflicts/suspicion/divorce
  • Lack of time for spiritual nourishment/worship
  • Leads to negative attitude towards work

    6. (a) Explain the factors that contribute to unemployment in Kenya today. ( 6 mks)

    (b) i. High population whereby there are too many people for the available job opportunities.

    ii. Lack of money to start individual businesses/unavailability of finances

    iii. Some people lack skills which make them not to be absorbed in the job market

    iv. Rural-urban migration-many people are congested in towns where job opportunities are limited

    v. Foreign aid-dependence on foreign aid causes the donors to give conditions of employment that is lean service

    vi. Selfishness/greed- some Kenyans have more than two jobs, while others lack

    vii. Education system-Many Kenyans prefer white collar jobs after school and because of stiff competition for available spaces, many remain unemployed

    viii. Negative attitude towards work-some Kenyans lack the initiative to do or participate in economic activities just idle around

    ix. Unequal distribution of wealth. Some regions have more resources that create employment than other.

    x. New technological advance that has led to retrenchment

    xi. Highly qualified in preference to less qualified

    xii. Insecurity/increase in crime discourages local and international investors

    xiii. Bad governance/poor economic policies by government.

    Give eight causes of conflict between the employer and employees in Kenya (8 mks)

    i. Lack of respect to the employer by employers/vice versa.

    ii. Employees not given time for leisure/leave

    iii. Poor working conditions/environment

    iv. when the employees do not receive their wage/not paid on time v. when employers fail to consider the welfare of employees allowances

    vi. when employees fail to accomplish tasks within the expected time/poor firm management

    vii. when employees are allowed to join trade unions

    viii. Unequal chances of promotion/discrimination by the employer/lack of promotion

    ix. Poor/low remuneration.

    x. Sexual harassment by the employer

    xi. Differences in religious affiliation between employer and employee

    xii. Racial/tribal/ethnic differences may bring conflict

    xiii. Misuse/destruction of property by the employee

    xiv. Divulging the secrets of the employer/organization

    (c) Discuss the role of a Christian during a strike (6 mks)

    i. Not to take part in the strike

    ii. Encourage other people to find better means of solving the problem

    iii. To inform the authority of any grievances if they are not aware/mediate.

    iv. To pray for a solution to the problem/seek God’s guidance for a solution to the problem

    v. Should not take part in violent demonstration/encourage peaceful demonstration

    vi. To report the matter to the nearest Police station

    7. Discuss how children are abused in the work place

  • Long working hours
  • Being underpaid or denied wages
  • Physical and sexual abuse
  • Being to make a profession art of begging
  • Being introduced into crime at an early age
  • Denial of health care and education
  • Denial of air their grievances
  • Verbal abuse
  • Denial to go to church and fulfill their spiritual needs

    8. Identify how Christians can deal with issues of child labour and neglect (4 mks)

  • Practicing justice in the way they deal with workers Advocating for the rights of children
  • Establishing legal clinics that can’t take up court cases of child abuse through labour and neglect
  • Teaching other about Jesus attitude towards children and calling them to be accountable for the way they treat children
  • Prosecuting those who contravene the law against child labour
  • Rescuing those who contravene the law against child labour
  • Rescuing children who are employed and neglected and providing them with shelter. Clothing, health care and education
  • Helping poor parents to take care of their children by providing them with jobs
  • Educating parents that child labour, abuse and neglect is a crime and sin 9. Explain factors which result in strained relationship between employers and employees

  • Underpayment/delay with payment
  • Unhealthy working conditions
  • when employees are over worked
  • Refusing employees to take leave/observe national holidays
  • Lack of promotion/ salary increment/lack of motivation to employees
  • Some employers harass their employee sexually, abuses and quarrels
  • Some employees do not efficient/diligent in his work
  • If the employee is not royal/no respect for employer Employees are not efficient/diligent in his work
  • If the employee is not royal/no respect for employer
  • Employer not allowing employees to have freedom of expression

    10. Explain the effects of industrial action on the employees ( 7 mks)

  • Hatred amongst themselves
  • Physical injuries/death
  • Deduction of salaries
  • Interdiction of leaders at strike.
  • Loss of job
  • Family instability
  • Bad report and recommendation thus failure to get a job elsewhere
  • Family separation/divorce.

    11. What factors lead to child labour? ( 8 mks)

  • Desire for money
  • Poverty due to unemployment or single parenthood
  • Exploitation of children due to their ignorance
  • Dropping out of school due to reasons like pregnance
  • Lack of schooling
  • Lack of guidance and counseling for children
  • Lack of guidance and counseling for children
  • Lack of role models
  • Cultural values e.g. children drop out of school once they are circumcised Lured by employers
  • Being homeless
  • Attraction to urban areas
  • Availability of cheap labour from children
  • Permissiveness in society

    12. In what ways has the Kenya government encouraged self employment? ( 7 mks)

  • Creating enabling environment to borrow loans to finance businesses
  • Expanding Jua kali/informal sector.
  • Organizing trade fairs/shows to present goods produced locally
  • Seminars/workshops held to train self employed people
  • Creating trading/business zones in towns that charge lower taxes
  • Current 8.4.4 education is geared towards self employment
  • Funding by the government through the ministry of youth affairs.

    13. Discuss the Christians teaching about work ( 8 mks)

  • Christians should work in order to fulfill god’s command
  • Those who do not work should not eat
  • Christians should work in order to provide for their basic needs
  • People should work to help the poor/needy
  • Christians should work so as to follow Christ’s example
  • They should work in order to pay tithes to promote God’s work
  • Workers should be paid their dues/should not be exploited
  • Laziness is condemned

    14. Give the qualities of a good worker

  • Diligence/hard work Honesty, integrity Faithfulness/commitment
  • Responsibility, Loyalty, Tolerance
  • Cooperation

    15. Explain the Christian teaching on wages ( 7 mks)

  • People should be paid for their work as agreed upon.
  • Workers should be paid wages commensurate to the amount and value of work done
  • Employers should not take advantage of poverty of the employees/hired labour
  • Human beings should not be enslaved to work
  • Employers who defraud their workers in wages are condemned
  • Oppression of the poor is condemned
  • Workers wages should never be with held

    16. Explain the role of professional ethics in society

  • They guide employees in their relationship with the clients
  • They help in maintaining the public image of the profession which must be good
  • They caution on influential person against pressure from certain individuals to reveal or disclose professional secretes or confidential information
  • They regulate the profession and upheld the dignity of individuals in the organization
  • They help members of society/clients to develop confidence
  • They outline the behavior/competence expected of a worker of a particular profession For good relations between him/her colleagues.

    Chapter Four Christian Approaches to Leisure Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Identify 5 reasons why the taking of alcohol as way of spending leisure is condemned ( 5 mks)

  • It leads to conflicts/quarrels within the family
  • Misuse of family resources
  • May lead to addiction
  • Leads to irresponsible sexual behaviors e.g. prostitution. Adultery, fornication
  • Could lead to loss of income
  • May lead to irresponsibility which leads to divorce/separation/crimes etc
  • Leads to accidents such as motor accidents

    2. Write down 5 ways in which modern Christian use their leisure time ( 5 mks)

  • Organize/attend religious seminars
  • Visit/pray for the sick/prisoners
  • Participate in church choir/concerts
  • Offer services to the aged
  • Read religious literature e.g. bible
  • Keep the church and its environment clean
  • havefellowship with other Christians
  • Initiate self-help projects to assist the needy
  • Provide guidance and counseling to the community
  • Preach the work of God
  • Visit relatives and friends
  • Be with family members
  • Listen to Christian preaching/songs on radio.
  • watch Christian films/video

    3. Give 5 ways in which drug abuse could affect a Christian family ( 5 mks)

  • Drains family resources
  • Flights in families may occur
  • Leads to disease
  • Leads to family break ups/separation/divorce
  • It reduces ones capacity to be productive in the family
  • Results in making wrong decisions/judgment
  • Leads to denial of conjugal rights
  • Leads to loss of religious values
  • Leads to poor role model for children
  • Leads to crime/imprisonment

    4. Identify ways in which Christians can overcome temptations to drug abuse. (5 mks)

  • Practicing self control
  • Praying against being tempted
  • Seeking guidance and counseling
  • Avoiding the company of those who misuse drugs
  • Reading literature on the correct use of drugs
  • Participating in activities that promote proper use of drugs/healthy activities.

    5. (a) Why is leisure important in the life of a Christian youth? (12 mks)

  • Gives one time to visit the sick/needy
  • For dedicating oneself to God/worship God
  • Provide an opportunity to fellowship with others
  • It allows one to develop the different talents given by God
  • It gives one an opportunity to meet new friends/family
  • One is able to read the word of God.
  • Provides an opportunity for one to preach/evangelize
  • Provides an opportunity to guide and counsel others and be guided
  • Provides one with opportunity to take care of the environment

    (b) What factors have contributed to the misuse of leisure in Kenya today?

  • Too much money/wealth/availability of drugs /contraceptives
  • Inadequate facilities
  • Lack of proper guidance/education on how to use leisure
  • Poverty
  • Inability to make right decisions
  • Bad company peer pressure
  • watching /reading pornographic materials/negative media
  • Misunderstanding in families/frustrations
  • Inability to balance between different activities
  • Permissiveness
  • Lack of role models
  • Idleness/boredom/unemployment

    6. State the factors that have led to the misuse of drugs in Kenya today. (7 mks)

  • Poor role models
  • Stress/depression/rebellion
  • Peer pressure/curiosity
  • Influence of mass media
  • Availability of drugs/wealth
  • Irresponsible parenthood
  • Lack of guidance and counseling
  • Corruption/greed.
  • Poverty
  • Moral decay/permissiveness in the society
  • Lack of knowledge/ignorance on use of drugs
  • Idleness
  • Urbanization/west culture

    7. In what ways can a drug addict be assisted to overcome the problem? (6 mks)

    li> Making guidance and counseling services available to the youth

  • Sensitizing them on the dangers of drug abuse/addiction
  • Enhancing laws against drug abuse
  • By enforcing laws dealing with drug abuse so that drug peddlers are prosecuted in a court of la
  • Exposing them to religions activities/positive leisure activities
  • Set good examples by elders through avoiding drug abuse
  • Encouraging them in productive activities to avoid idleness
  • Show love to drug addicts

    8. Outline the purpose that may lead to misuse of leisure in a modern society (8 mks)

  • Failure to collect and balance passive and active leisure
  • Misunderstanding in the family
  • Poor planning may lead to overindulging
  • Poverty/too much wealth Feeling of insecurity
  • Social oppression/Injustice may interfere with people’s freedom to involve in leisure
  • Influence of mass media.

    Chapter Five

    Christian Approaches to Wealth, Money and Poverty Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. (a) Describe how wealth was acquired in traditional African communities.( 5 mks)

  • Bride price was given as a token of appreciation to the girls parents
  • Through barter trade
  • Through inheritance of property from parents/guardians/relatives
  • Gifts were given in appreciation of talents/good conduct/loyalty
  • Through warfare/raids
  • Through marrying many wives/getting many children who provided labour force
  • Through of skills like tool making/weaving/pottery/welding
  • Those with talents like medicine men/diviners/rainmakers sold their services
  • Those who worked hard e.g. through clearing forests/breaking of virgin land enriched themselves.

    (b) Explain how money economy has undermined the principle of Christian living

  • There is use of corruption/bribery/ giving false witness
  • The people are discriminated against because of poverty
  • There is power struggle to acquire wealth/riches and to protect is
  • Wages labour has undermined the family unit
  • People sell family land and end up living in squatters There is rise of individualism/unwillingness to share
  • Dependence on foreign and aid has underlined the virtue of hard work to earn a living
  • Development of a class system in Africa
  • There is rural urban migration leading to weakness in family unit
  • Bride price/marriage has been commercialized thus undermining love
  • Struggle to acquire wealth has undermined commitment to God.

    (c) With reference to the proper use of wealth in the bible state various ways in which Christians in Kenya utilized their wealth.

  • Through financing the spread of gospel.
  • Contribution towards the construction of hospitals/schools/churches/homes for the old and rehabilitation centre
  • Provision of formal education
  • Provision of professional training
  • Provision of social services/amenities to the needy
  • Giving tithes/offerings
  • Paying taxes to the government
  • Providing for the family needs.

    2. Explain the biblical teaching on wealth ( 7 mks)

  • Riches acquired through just and fair means are not condemned
  • Even if wealth is acquired through just mean, it should not be idolized
  • Falling to use wealth to glorify God God is the source of all riches Wealth is acquired through obedience to Gods laws People ought to take care of their wealth/not misuse Wealth should be equally distributed and not contracted in the hands of a few Wealth should be used to develop the nation’s infrastructure 3. Discuss the biblical teaching on acquisition and use of wealth ( 7 mks)

  • It is a blessing from God
  • Wealth comes with responsibilities
  • Wealth can create a sense of false independence
  • It should be acquired in just and honest way
  • Wrong attitude to wealth lead to idolatry
  • One should seek spiritual wealth which is permanent and more fulfilling
  • It is wrong to discriminate other on basis of material possessions
  • Christians should share whatever wealth they have
  • Wealth gives people independence so that they do not beg
  • Wealth may bring suffering insecurity
  • God is the owner of wealth and people should realize that they are only stewards
  • The wealth should not oppress the poor

    4. Explain ways in which people misuse wealth in Kenya today ( 8 mks)

  • It causes anger/hatred
  • Some people can steal/grap in order to be at peace with those who have
  • It widens the gap between the rich and the poor
  • Regional/ethnic clashes can occur because of inequitable distribution of land
  • It can create disconnect/apathy among the people
  • It forms a basis for oppression of the poor by the rich/those who have
  • It makes those who have look down upon those who don’t have 5. Show how misuse of wealth leads to family instability ( 5 mks)

  • Indulge in alcohol and drugs
  • Engaging in immoral practices e.g. prostitution
  • Gambling which might lead to loss of wealth
  • Being luxurious/extravagant
  • Unfair class competition among the wealthy
  • Using wealthy to promote crime
  • Engaging in risky/dangerous sports or projects e.g. motor racing, wrestling
  • Using wealth to engage young people into immoral practices e.g. sex tourism

    6. Give ways in which Kenyan government is alleviating levels of poverty( 7 mks)

  • Offering fee education Provision of C.D.F.
  • Allocation of bursary to the needy
  • Provision of low cost health services
  • Creating and enabling environment for employment in formal and informal sectors (easy access to loans)
  • Providing youth fund through the ministry of youth affairs 7. State the factors that have contributed to high levels of poverty in Kenya today (7 mks)

  • Geographical factors e.g. adverse climatic conditions
  • Historical/colonialism and social factors e.g. poor family background
  • Political instability which may lead to civil wars
  • Poor governance
  • Regional imbalance of natural resources
  • Low levels of technology
  • Unemployment
  • Laziness
  • Over dependence on foreign aid
  • Abuse of alcohol and other drugs
  • Lack of formal education hence no employment

    Chapter Six

    Christian Approaches to Law, Order and Justice

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. State any 5 ways in which Christians in Kenya show respect to the government. (5 mks)

  • Obeying the laws and observing the constitution of a nation
  • Working towards the welfare of a country
  • Performing the duties expected of them
  • Preaching against sin/evil e.g. tribalism, exploitation
  • Exercising their civil rights e.g. right to vote during elections
  • Pray for the government and leaders, the welfare of the nation
  • Preaching peace, love and reconciliation
  • Being peace, love and reconciliation
  • Being involved in charitable work to supplement government efforts e.g. helping the sick, poor, old and those with special needs
  • Working towards the establishment of good social relationship.
  • Teaching people to obey the laws of god
  • Paying taxes to the state.
  • Christians serve in the government as civil servants

  • Report law breakers to the authorities
  • Celebrating national days
  • Avoiding activities that undermine the government or lead to breakdown of law and order e.g. illegal strikes

    2. State 5 ways in which Christians practice social justice ( 5 mks)

    By sharing their resources with those who do not haveHelping the poor and the orphans

  • Visiting the six, prisoners, bereaved, the oppressed and the depressed
  • Fulfilling their domestic obligation
  • Fulfilling ecclesiastical obligations and responsibilities
  • Praying for peace and justice
  • Pointing out and correcting evil in the society
  • Calling for justice and rule of law
  • Caring for the environment

    3. Give reasons why Christians should obey the law of their country ( 5 mks)

  • In order to maintain peace/harmony
  • To protect individual lives/property
  • So as to imitate Jesus Christ
  • To Promote justice in society
  • To be role models/live exemplary lives
  • Avoid punishment
  • Its Christian duty to respect the authority.

    4. What role can Christians play in the national elections? ( 5 mks)

  • By praying for free and fair elections
  • Being employed at various levels in and out of polling stations Being committed in playing different roles
  • Being honest/not fearing intimidation/persecution Casting ones vote.
  • Educating the masses on their civil rights/obligations
  • Financing/assisting the government in facilitating smooth and fair elections
  • Avoiding situations of confrontation with the government of the day.

    5. Identify 5 ways through which a Christian can help reduce the practice of corruption in Kenya ( 5 mks)

  • Praying for the corrupt people to change
  • Being a role model/avoiding taking part in corrupt activities
  • Preaching to the people on the ills of corrupt
  • Report incidences of corruption to the relevant authority
  • Encourage people to adhere to the stipulated laws and regulations
  • Publish books/magazines on negative effects of corruption
  • Organize seminars/conference/workshops for people to discuss solution to end corruption
  • Campaigning for better salaries to workers
  • Electing honest leaders
  • Establish the causes of corruption.

    6. Outline steps the church is taking to reduce lawlessness in Kenya today (12 mks)

  • Church members obey the laws of a country.
  • Educating people on civil rights
  • Participating in constitutional reforms Condemning evil practices in the society Teaching church members responsible parenthood
  • Discipline deviant members of the church Rehabilitating law breakers
  • Providing material assistance to the needy
  • Praying for peace and love to prevail
  • Providing guidance and counseling services
  • Paying taxes to support activities of the state
  • Initiating development project
  • Providing job opportunities

    7. State 4 ways in which Christians in Kenya show respect for the state (5 mks)

  • Praying for the nation/leaders
  • Observing national days
  • Obeying the laws of a country
  • Paying taxes
  • Working together on state matters
  • Participating in elections
  • Alleviating poverty
  • Contributing to harambees
  • Respecting the flag
  • Promoting peace

    8. Give reasons why the church should condemns injustice in Kenya today (5 mks)

  • The church has a moral responsibility to correct evil in society
  • It’s a ways of emulating Jesus Christ It is against God’s teaching/laws
  • To ensure fair distribution of human/natural resources In order to uplift human dignity/human rights
  • So as to create peace/harmony /unity in society
  • To promote national development
  • To guard against God’s judgment upon the nation. 9. Give reasons why Christians should vote during general elections

  • It is their constitutional right
  • In order to own their elected leaders/identify with them
  • So as to remove oppressive leaders/government
  • In order to effect a peaceful change
  • It is demonstration of obedience to earthly authorities
  • The elected leaders are their direct representatives in parliament
  • To demonstrate patriotism
  • It’s a duty to Christians
  • To ensure quality leadership is achieved
  • It is a sense of unity in national building
  • It is an opportunity to infuse Christians principles in the leadership of the nation
  • It is a sign of accountability
  • Helps in development of the whole person
  • It is a service of humanity.

    10. (a) State the rights of citizens in Kenya today (7 mks)

  • Right to life
  • Right to have basic needs- food, shelter & clothing Right to receive education
  • Right to marry/raise up a family/ belong to a family
  • Right to have freedom of association/assembly
  • Right to freedom of speech/receive information/expression.
  • Right to own property
  • Freedom of worship
  • Right to liberty/movement
  • Right to work/earn a living
  • Right to medical care/health
  • Right to security/protection by the law
  • Freedom of conscience/right to vote

    (b) Give reasons why Christians pay taxes to the government in Kenya (5 mks)

  • To emulate Jesus who paid taxes to the roman authorities
  • To heed Jesus instruction to respect the civil authorities
  • Christians pay taxes in order to receive service from the government
  • To provide essential services
  • Christians pay taxes as a sign of patriotism
  • Christians pay taxes as a way of sharing their wealth with others
  • It is their duty to pay taxes to the government
  • To enable the government to meet its financial obligation

    (c) How is the church helping to reduce the rate of crime in Kenya? (8 mks)

    Providing guidance and counseling Preaching about love for one another in the society

  • Rehabilitating law breakers
  • Providing jobs/offering training opportunities to the people Giving loans to people to start businesses
  • Providing recreational facilities for the youth
  • Reporting criminals to the law enforcement authorities
  • Disciplining deviant members of the church
  • Participating in government programmes established to fight crime
  • Obeying the laws of the country/being role models
  • Praying for peace/harmony
  • Teaching responsible parenthood
  • Providing basic needs for the needy
  • Condemning evil practices in the society/teaching against crime

    11. (a) Identify ways through which Christian promote justice in Kenya today ( 7 mks)

  • Ways through which Christians promote justice in Kenya today
  • Preaching to/teaching people to havefair dealings with one another
  • Living exemplary lives/role models
  • Encouraging the government/leaders to uphold the rule of law
  • Carrying out civic education for the citizens to know their rights and duties
  • Condemning acts of unfairness in society
  • Helping in the rehabilitation of the law breakers/offering guidance and counseling services
  • Praying for people to practice justice
  • Participating in Law/constitutional making process
  • Assisting the needy to get jobs/offering them jobs
  • Asking those who have wrongly acquired wealth to return it pay back
  • Using mass media to promote justice

    (b) Give reasons why Christians in Kenya are against the death sentence (5 mks)

  • The law of god forbids killing
  • Death sentence is irreversible in case an innocent person is killed
  • Life is sacred/belongs to God
  • Killing does not reform the offender
  • The offender’s right as a human being is undermined as he/she is used as a means to deter others
  • It is against God’s principle of forgiveness
  • It undermines Christian virtue of love
  • The victim’s dependants/family are denied a chance to be with their loved one
  • It can be misused by those in power to instill fear/discourage opposing views/eliminate others

    12. (a) Give six reasons why it is important to have laws in a country ( 6 mks)

  • Laws safeguard people’s rights/citizens’ rights People’s property is protected under the law
  • They protect the consumer from exploitation
  • It allows/provides for economic development/growth
  • Individuals are able to enjoy the freedom of worship
  • The law acts as a check/measure of those in authority
  • The law outlines how foreigners should be handled
  • They control taxation/collection of revenue
  • It enables the government to protect its citizens against oppression
  • The law determines the type of punitive measures for a crime done/prevent crime
  • It ensures political stability in a country/nation. Order/peace/love/unity
  • It outlines the relationships between different nations/countries

    (b) Outline six problems related to maintenance of law and order in Kenya today (8 mks)

    li> Some legislators/parliamentarians do not observe law thus serving as wrong role models.

  • There is a lot of unfairness/injustice when settling cases because of tribalism/nepotism/religious affiliation/gender.
  • Intimidation/people in high offices use their power to influence certain decisions regarding law breaking.
  • Economic inability makes the poor to resort to lawless to meet their need/unequal distribution of resources
  • Availability of dangerous weapons/guns in the wrong hand leads to insecurity/terrorism,. There are a few resources to cater for the ever growing population, thus leading to overcrowding/competition that overwhelms the established machinery People lack interest/do not care about other, hence don’t report cases of lawlessness/permissiveness in the society/drug abuse
  • Bribery/corruption has destroyed the credibility of the government officials
  • People havelost respect/trust for government/machinery /haveresigned to a life of hopelessness/fear of victimization
  • Interference from the civil society/human rights groups/activists who oppose government initiatives in maintenance of law and order
  • Inadequate modern technology hampers maintenance of the law
  • Inadequate skilled personnel to handle issues to do with law breaking
  • People are not conversant with the laws of the country
  • Greed for power/wealth. Some people can go to any extent to acquire wealth even if it means breaking the law

    (c) Identify ways in which Christians in Kenya help those who have been released (6 mks)

  • Praying for them
  • Visiting them so that they can feel wanted in society/invite them to their homes
  • Preaching the good news of salvation to them
  • Showing them care/concern Welcoming them into the church
  • Providing them with basic/financial needs(food/shelter/clothing/medication) Offering guidance and counseling to help them to reform
  • Involving them in community/church activities
  • By helping them to become self reliant by giving them jobs/survival skills. Listening to them/help them to solve their problems
  • Counseling their families to accept/forgive them.

    13. Give the role played by the church in the political life of a nation ( 7 mks)

    Taking part in general elections

  • Influencing the removal of a bad and corrupt government by urging citizens to vote it out
  • Seeking positions in government Condemning evils without fear
  • Promoting the maintenance of law and order Promoting patriotism
  • Respecting and obeying the authority since they are ordained by God Taking part in government functions
  • Praying for the leaders and nation as a whole
  • Conducting civil education, to enlighten the people on their rights and duties. Standing for the truth at time
  • Supporting the government in all its endeavors to alleviate suffering
  • Praying the role of arbitrators when there are disputes when there are disputes
  • Promoting peace where there are clashes or disturbances of any kind

    14. Why is the church opposed to death penalty (capital punishment) as a form of punishment? ( 7 mks)

  • Killing is a sin
  • It undermines human dignity
  • God is the only one who should take away life
  • It is a violation of right to life
  • It causes psychological torture to the family of the victim
  • The Bible teaches that we should forgive countless times
  • God is the overall judge
  • Any form of punishment should be for rehabilitation yet capital punishment defeats this cause
  • Sometimes an innocent person may be killed which is irrepressible
  • Damages the image of god in the criminal
  • It denies the criminal an opportunity to repent

    15. How is the church in Kenya co-operating with the state? ( 8 mks)

  • Both the church and the state are involved in areas experiencing famine/both sponsors agricultural/extension services
  • Both provide medicine as both own hospitals in the country
  • Both provide employment/government has many people in the civil service while the church has employed many people as church minister
  • Both come together in solving problems like floods, fire which destroy slums in the cities
  • Both participate in church and state functions
  • Both are involved in training of personnel in various filds like in teaching
  • Both are involved in worship/many civil servants attend church worship all over that state has given freedom of worship to all its citizens.

    16. State the remedies that can be put in place to minimize ethnicity in Kenya today (7 mks)

  • Showing Godly love to all like Jesus
  • Sensitizing people to appreciate and respect different ethnic group
  • Supporting educational and cultural programmes in a bid to promoting national unity
  • Discouraging tribalism through inter-ethnic marriages
  • Perpetrators of tribalism should be charged and punished according to the law
  • Creation of more national schools in the country so as to admit more students from every part of the country
  • Use a common language in the country as a unifying factor
  • Encouraging domestic tourism through educating people on the benefits of visiting different parts of the country

    17. What are the duties of Kenyan citizen to the country ( 7 mks)

  • Duty to pay taxes
  • To show patriotism and respect for the flag
  • One is expected to learn and sing the national anthem during national celebrations
  • Duty to report the environment
  • Responsibility to work for the nation and for themselves
  • Duty to protect life

    18. Show how a Christians can contribute to the maintenance of law and order ( 8 mks)

  • Obey the authorities
  • Observe all the laws
  • Pay taxes
  • Report errant members of society of law enforcement agents/authority
  • Take part in decision making of the nation like voting for the right representatives in parliament
  • Working hard
  • Not bringing people or receiving bribes
  • Practice love and charity

    19. Give reasons that lead people to commit crimes in Kenya ( 7 mks)

  • Poverty-People resort to unlawful means of survival such as robbery, selling illicit brews and child trafficking
  • Poor relationship between the laws enforces and the public undermines the effort to fight crime
  • Rural urban migration-urbanization has led to the breakdown of African kinship system which helps in enforcing law and order t community level
  • Irresponsible parents haveabdicated the duty of bringing up their children to teachers and house helps. This means that the children may not embrace the necessary virtues in life
  • Green for money-they are not contented with that they havehence they are involved in criminal activities Drug abuse has caused people to lose the sense of judgment and engage in criminal activities
  • Un-employment-both formal and informal employment
  • Availability of arms
  • Leniency of the law in matter of crime

    Chapter Seven

    Christians Approaches to Selected Issues Related to Modern Science, Technology and Environment

    Past Kcse Questions on the Topic

    1. Identify ways in which a Christian can show respect for life today ( 5 mks)

  • Care for conserve the environment e.g. planting trees, grass or flowers
  • Avoiding pollution of water, air and land by properly disposing waste
  • Caring for the less fortunate embers of the society for example helping the needy
  • Condemning abortion
  • Discouraging capital punishment
  • Practicing responsible parenthood and discouraging child abuse
  • Sharing natural resources with the less fortunate
  • Discouraging capital punishment
  • Providing guidance and counseling on the value of life.

    2. State 5 reasons why Christians are opposed to deforestation ( 5 mks)

  • It destroys gods creation
  • It leads to desertification/destruction of catchments areas
  • Denies the animals of the natural habitat
  • It is motivated by hman greed/selfishness
  • It is against God’s command/human beings should take care of the environment
  • Results in environment pollution
  • Affects the source of traditional medicine It destroys natural beauty
  • Leads to soil erosion degradation

    3. Why is the church opposed to genetic engineering? ( 5 mks)

  • It interferes with procreation
  • It may produce a race which is undesirable
  • It makes a man complete with god
  • It hinders god’s plan like marriage
  • It undermines human dignity as human beings are used as guinea pigs
  • It is done for selfish and individualistic gains and leads to misuse of resources
  • It eliminates the weak organisms and interferes with the balance of nature.
  • It can lead to production of artificial human being who operates like machine without feelings.
  • It can introduce cancer causing genes into a common infectious organism /can lead to transmission of HIV/AIDS.

    4. State 5 ways modern science and technology undermined Christian teaching on respect for human life ( 5 mks)

  • People are able to carry out abortions which lead to death of unborn/risk the mothers life/mercy killing/euthanasia.
  • Cloning/test tube babies undermine human sexuality
  • Machines fertilizers pollute the environment thus endangering the lives of human being.
  • Vasectomy tube litigation undermines God’s purpose for procreation. Weapons of mass destruction lead to loss of life.
  • Human beings havebeen rendered jobless due to modern science and technology.
  • Accidents caused by machines and vehicles leads to loss of lives.
  • Deforestation leads to depletion of trees/soil erosion/lower food production/hunger.
  • Organ transplant/plastic surgery undermines God’s creation.
  • Drug abuse

    5. (a) What role has been played by science and technology in evangelization? ( 8 mks)

  • Electronic media like ratio, TV are used to teach good news.
  • Public address system is used to preach to a large congregation
  • Modern means of communication e.g. automobiles ease movement of evangelists.
  • Recoded cassettes are used to preach through music/recorded sermons
  • Modern musical instrument in music e.g. keyboards electronic guitars, are used as accompaniment in music.
  • Telephone/postal services are used in running essential services of church
  • Typewriter/computers/printing machines have enabled evangelists to put their writing in texts so that they can reach out to more people
  • Technology in architecture/building technology has enabled churches to put up sanctuaries from where they preach.
  • In medicine, churches have used modern technology to equip hospitals to treat the sick to carry out healing ministry.

    Scientific research has enabled evangelist to come up with effective methods in spreading the gospel.

    (b) Identify the effects of pollution on the environment (6 mks)

  • Air pollution may cause respiratory problems for human beings
  • Industrial affluent causes a major threat to humankind, aquatic life and plants
  • Industrial pollution causes acid rain
  • Noise pollution can causes stress and high blood pressure and deafness in humans.
  • Garbage heaps especially in urban areas are hiding places for thieves so increase in crime rates.
  • Air pollution cause adverse weather and domestic changes due to the chemicals emitted in the air
  • The depletion of the zone layer may cause skin cancer, eye damage and reduction of immunity making people prone to many infections because of the ultra violet rays.
  • Water pollution which leads to people taking unclean water causes disease e.g. dysentery. Cholera and diarrhea which are major killers especially infants
  • Dumping in rivers destroys the ecosystem

    6. State ways in which Christians can contribute to the conversation of the government (8 mks)

  • Understand that the environment was created and sanctified by God hence should be kept holy
  • Teach others the importance of preserving the environment Make contributions towards the conservation of the environment e.g. planting of trees, building of gabions
  • Participate in conservation projects e.g. digging terraces, cleaning the environment
  • Set an example in conservation of the environment e.g. keeping the environment clean
  • Observation of personal hygiene
  • Christian should care for the Flores and fauna (plants and animals)
  • Avoid buying and selling of products made from materials obtained through destruction of the environments e.g. tropies from game products and charcoal.
  • Not to participate in activities leading to destruction of the environment

    7. State 5 negative effects posed by science and technology on the environment (5 mks)

  • Destruction of forests after cutting down trees for timber and paper industry
  • It results to ecological imbalances when eliminating harmful insects using D.D.T
  • Careless disposal of waste from industries e.g. plastic bags, container making the environment unpleasant
  • Trough industries harmful materials are emitted which result to air, watewr and land pollution
  • Destruction of trees/vegetation by acid rain released to the atmosphere from burning fuels
  • Water pollution through agricultural activities has let to contamination of fish/reducing the sources of food for man
  • Polluted water is dangerous through recreational facilities Ozone layer has been destroyed through harmful chemicals from industries resulting to increased temperatures on the earth surface/global warming
  • Destroying has led to desertification thus turning arable lands to desert.

    8. Explain how science and technology degrades human dignity ( 6 mks)

    Scientific inventions have led to pollution and this has affected human dignity.

  • It has been used to interfere with the original human biological function as intended by God e.g. use of contraceptives and drugs
  • It has led to unemployment e.g. use of computers replacing human labour Scientific theory of creation challenges Christian view that human beings were created by God.
  • It has created social classes i.e. poor and the rich
  • It has led to immorality through the internet pornographic magazines and T.V. programmes has been used to destroy God’s creation e.g. use of atomic bombs
  • It has endangered people’s lives e.g. through car accidents, plane crashes
  • People use scientific and technological advances to humiliate other has been used to demean God’s creative ability e.g. cloning, sex change

    9. What is the Christian understanding of the use of science and technology? (7 mks)

  • Science should not replace man’s job i.e. use of computer
  • It should not be used to destroy human life
  • It should not destroy values about dignity of man and sanctify of life e.g. cloning
  • It should not be used to destroy the environment
  • It should help man to appreciate the splendour of God/the beauty of God’s creation
  • It should be made to serve the needs of men for material and spiritual happiness
  • It should help man in solving problems
  • It should be used to glorify God the creator, rather than for selfish ends.

    10. Explain the importance of science of technology, to our society today ( 6 mks)

  • Has helped to improve food production
  • Helped a high standard of living e.g. materials for building e.g. Mabati, clothing cultural development and sanitation.
  • Has an improved global human relation has helped to enhance international trade
  • Has enabled man to subdue to the environment
  • Has enabled man to understand and control resources
  • Has promoted research and eventually discovery of new things has promoted research and eventually discovery of new things
  • He brought in used of machines to help workers produce more with less effort has helped to improve transport and communication hence creating a global village

    11. Outline 5 advantages which human beings have destroyed the environment

  • It increases the rate of growth and maturity of livestock beneficial to human beings in livestock products
  • It has aided research in manufacture of human growth a hormones It increase disease resistance in crops
  • To originate generic finger printing for forensic work To produce genetically engineered bacterial
  • Helps to identify/determine biological parents of a child
  • Increase in plant and animals yields for the benefit of an ever increasing human population

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