WAEC 2016 MAY/JUNE 100% CORRECT CHRISTIAN RELIGION STUDY (C.R.S) ,ESSAY,THEORY (Essay),PAPER 1,ESSAY,THEORY(Obj),QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – FOR ESSAY,THEORY AND OBJ
According to peter,christians are expected to be subjected to every human institution and to civil authorities.God set up authorities to punish wrong doers and praise those who do the right things.By so doing,they would put to silence the ignorance of the foolish under the freedom of christ,They should honour all men,love their brothers,fear God and honour their leaders.
-Payment of taxes
-They should be law abiding
-Maintain self discipline
-They should take part in public enlightment campaigns
-They should learn to express grievances through dialogue and not violent
-Shun membership of secret cult
-They should not be criminally minded
3a) After the death of solomon,Rehoboam was made the king of the isrealites.Then the elderly people told him the king Rehoboam to talk to his subject in a polite manner.The king then accepted the elder’s advice.The king showed no weakness to his people.The king proclaimed “That his father punished them in a little way but he will torture them with scorpion.That his littlest finger is thicker than my father’s loins and your backs shall be broken.Rehoboam then waged war against his people.This leads to its rejection by his people
3b) -Hyprocrisy -Unfaithfulness -High handedness -Corruption -Favouritism
1a) One day while Moses was taking care of the sheep and goats of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian, he led the flock across the desert and came to Sinai, the holy mountain. There the angel of the LORD appeared to him as a flame coming from the middle of a bush. Moses saw that the bush was on fire but that it was not burning up. “This is strange,” he thought. “Why isn’t the bush burning up? I will go closer and see.” When the LORD saw that Moses was coming closer, he called to him from the middle of the bush and said, “Moses! Moses!” He answered, “Yes, here I am.”
God said, “Do not come any closer. Take off your sandals, because you are standing on holy ground. I am the God of your ancestors, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.” So Moses covered his face, because he was afraid to look at God. Then the LORD said, “I have seen how cruelly my people are being treated in Egypt; I have heard them cry out to be rescued from their slave drivers. I know all about their sufferings, and so I have come down to rescue them from the Egyptians and to bring them out of Egypt to a spacious land, one which is rich and fertile and in which the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites now live. I have indeed heard the cry of my people, and I see how the Egyptians are oppressing them. Now I am sending you to the king of Egypt so that you can lead my people out of his country.” But Moses said to God, “I am nobody. How can I go to the king and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” God answered, “I will be with you, and when you bring the people out of Egypt, you will worship me on this mountain. That will be the proof that I have sent you.” But Moses replied, “When I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your ancestors sent me to you,’ they will ask me, ‘What is his name?’ So what can I tell them?” God said, “I am who I am. You must tell them: ‘The one who is called I AM has sent me to you.’ Tell the Israelites that I, the LORD, the God of their ancestors, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, have sent you to them. This is my name forever; this is what all future generations are to call me. Go and gather the leaders of Israel together and tell them that I, the LORD, the God of their ancestors, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, appeared to you. Tell them that I have come to them and have seen what the Egyptians are doing to them.
I have decided that I will bring them out of Egypt, where they are being treated cruelly, and will take them to a rich and fertile land—the land of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites. “My people will listen to what you say to them. Then you must go with the leaders of Israel to the king of Egypt and say to him, ‘The LORD, the God of the Hebrews, has revealed himself to us. Now allow us to travel three days into the desert to offer sacrifices to the LORD, our God.’ I know that the king of Egypt will not let you go unless he is forced to do so.
But I will use my power and will punish Egypt by doing terrifying things there. After that he will let you go. “I will make the Egyptians respect you so that when my people leave, they will not go empty-handed. Every Israelite woman will go to her Egyptian neighbors and to any Egyptian woman living in her house and will ask for clothing and for gold and silver jewelry. The Israelites will put these things on their sons and daughters and carry away the wealth of the Egyptians.”
(2a) the LORD said to Moses, Take you Joshua the son of Nun, a man in whom is the spirit, and lay your hand on him;… Moses, after having been the leader of his people for forty years, is at length to get his discharge. Nothing has yet been determined regarding a successor. The point is, on every account, too important to be left open till the present leader has passed away. A change of leadership, always hazardous, is especially hazardous when the army is in the field and the enemy is on the watch. If the Divine wisdom judged it necessary that Eleazar should be invested with the high priesthood before Aaron died, much more is it necessary that, before Moses lays down the scepter, a successor should be appointed and placed in command.
(2b) – Bravery -Integrity -Faith
4a) This story relates how Hosea has three children, a son called Jezreel, a daughter Lo-Ruhamah and another son Lo-Ammi. All the names are described in the text as having symbolic meaning, reflecting the relationship between God and Israel . Jezreel is named after the valley of that name . Lo-Ruhamah is named to denote the ruined condition of the kingdom of Israel and Lo-Ammi is named in token of God’s rejection of his people. Although the latter two children are not specifically said to be Hosea’s, James Mays says that this is “hardly an implication” of Gomer’s adultery. In 3:1, however, it says that she is “loved by another man and is an adulteress”. Hosea is told to buy her back, and he does so for 15 shekels and a quantity of barley. Exodus 21:32 establishes the value of a maidservant at 30 shekels so Gomer’s value is diminished. She is not mentioned again in the book. Some analysts, following Felix Ernst Peiser, have suggested that this marriage is really a figurative or prophetic reference to a union between the ” lost tribes of Israel ” with the people of Gomer, following the Assyrian deportation.
The relationship between Hosea and Gomer has been posited to be a parallel to the relationship between God and Israel. Even though Gomer runs away from Hosea and sleeps with another man, he loves her anyway and forgives her. Likewise, even though the people of Israel worshiped other gods, God continued to love them and did not abandon his covenant with them.
According to Kirsten Abbott, feminist interpretation regards the story of Hosea and his relations with his wife Gomer as a metaphor for the conflict between a Covenant Theology (Israel violating the covenant relationship with YHWH) and a Creation Theology (YHWH will undo the fertility of the earth in response to Israel following other fertility gods).
4b) I-Love II-Faithfulness III-Fidelity IV-Endurance
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