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Waec 2022 Christian Religious Studies Questions And Answers (Theory And Objectives)

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In this article, we explore how you can get 2022 WAEC Christian Religious Studies questions and answers so that you can be well-prepared for your upcoming WAEC exam, and also understand how WAEC set Christian Religious Studies questions and how to answer them. With this guide, you can make good grades on Economics WAEC 2022 exam..

How Waec Christian Religious Studies Questions Are Set

The Waec Christian Religious Studies Questions are divided into town parts which are the essay and objectives parts. In the essay part, which is usually termed theory, the candidate is expected to give an answer to a particular question either by giving a brief explanation of a biblical occurrence or giving an insight through references on a certain question.

The second part is mostly a multi choice questions where the candidate is expected to choose the answer if a given number of questions choosing either a, b, c or d as the answer.

Waec 2022 Christian Religious Studies Questions And Answers

 

(1a)

The people of Israel left Egypt, rejoicing that they were free from slavery! God had used many miracles to deliver them. They had seen God’s great power and love for them. But now they were being led by Moses into the unknown.

Moses led the people out of Egypt through the wilderness to the Red Sea. But it was really God who was leading them. God provided a pillar of cloud during the day and a pillar of fire at night to guide them.

After several days they camped near the sea.

The people must have been fearful when they saw how wide and deep the sea was. They may have wondered, How are we going to cross over all this water to the other side? They probably thought they would drown trying to cross over the sea.

Meanwhile, God still had another plan for Pharaoh. He said, “I will harden Pharaoh’s heart one more time so he will go after Israel. Then the Egyptians will know that I am the LORD.”

So Pharaoh got his army ready and chased after them. He was sorry that he had let them leave. He wanted them back so they could continue to serve the Egyptians as slaves. He caught up with them camped by the sea.

Don’t be afraid

As the Egyptian army came close, the Israelites saw them. They were very afraid. They cried out to God to save them. They said, “It would have been better if we had stayed in Egypt and served them.”

But Moses told them, “Don’t be afraid. Stand still and see how God will save you. The Egyptians you see today, you will never see again.”

Then God told Moses, “Lift up your rod over the sea and divide it. The people will cross over on dry ground through the sea.”

Moses stretched out his hand over the sea. God caused the sea to divide. Soon there was a path of dry ground all the way across the sea to the other side.

The people of Israel were still afraid, but they had to walk into the middle of the sea on the dry ground. The walls of water were way over their heads, on their right side and on their left.

There were so many people with all their herds and flocks, it would take a long time to get to the other side. So God moved the pillar of cloud behind them. Then the Egyptians couldn’t come near them.

Stopping the Egyptians

But as soon as they could, Pharaoh’s army, horses and chariots also went into the middle of the sea on the dry ground. They tried to hurry to catch up with the people of Israel.

God saw what the Egyptians were doing. He caused their chariot wheels to fall off. They were stuck in the middle of the sea, not able to go forward or backward.

After the Israelites walked safely to the other side of the sea, God said to Moses, “Stretch out your hand again over the sea. The waters will come back and cover up the Egyptians, their chariots and their army.”

As Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, the water returned to its full depth. The high walls of water closed together. The Egyptians struggled to try to get out of the sea. But the water returned quickly and covered the chariots, the horsemen and all of Pharaoh’s army that had come into the sea after Israel.

Not one of the Egyptians was left alive. All of them drowned.

So God saved the people of Israel that day from the Egyptians. Now the people feared God and believed Him and His servant Moses.

Then Moses and the people of Israel sang a song of praise. They thanked God for delivering them from the Egyptians. Though they soon forgot, they knew God had brought them safely through the Red Sea. They were now free to go and worship God.

(2a)

Eli was the priest of God at Shiloh where his two sons, Hophni and Phinehas were also priests of the Lord. The Bible describes the children of Eli as worthless men who had no regard for the Lord. They com mitted the following sins against the Lord:

They disregarded the custom regarding sacrifice to the Lord and instead of taking their share, they took what the three-pronged fork could collect from the pot.

Contrary to the custom, they demanded, with force, raw meat from those offering sacrifice, before the fat was burned.

They lay with women who served at the entrance of the gate. Even though Eli warned his children about the above evils, he did not take strict measures to stop the children from the evil acts. As a result of his weak corrective measures, the children did not listen to him, but continued in their evil ways.

The attitude of the children towards the Lord resulted in a man of God coming to Eli to prophesy doom for his house, stating that the priesthood would be cut off from Eli’s house and the family destroyed to the extent that no old man would exist in it for ever and any survivor of this disaster would beg bread from the new and faithful priests to be raised by God. As a sign for the fulfilment of the prophesy, the sons of Eli would die on the same day.

(2b)

(i)Parent should take time to teach their children the word of God

(ii)Parent should inculcate in their children the spirit of fear of God in all they do.

(iii)Parents have the responsibility to give their children proper training and proper discipline where necessary

(7a)

Peter cited Joel’s prophecy on the Day of Pentecost to explain the power of the Holy Spirit that was evident to all who were there. The question that is often asked concerns the sense in which Joel’s prophecy was fulfilled on that particular day. This has been explained in a number of ways.

Some believe Joel’s prophecy was not fulfilled at all on Pentecost. For one thing, Peter did not say the prophecy was fulfilled – only that the power of the Spirit was similar. In addition, the Book of Joel says a number of things must happen before this prophecy can be fulfilled. None of them has yet happened. Therefore, it one argues for a literal fulfillment of the prophecy of Joel it is something which remains in the future.

Others take the opposite view. They believe the prophecy of Joel was completely fulfilled on that day.

However the details were not literally fulfilled because the prophecy was meant to be understood symbolically. The fulfillment was figurative. It represented the coming of the Holy Spirit into the world. Therefore, while there was no literal fulfillment of the prediction, there was a complete fulfillment.

A third view sees a partial fulfillment at Pentecost that will continue to be fulfilled until Jesus Christ returns to the earth. In other words, the prophecy of Joel began to be fulfilled on Pentecost but will not reach its complete fulfillment until Christ returns from the earth.

(8a)

Our Lord Jesus commands us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Christian is expected to love all people equally and avoid segregation.

Believers must understand that it is sinful to give preferential treatment to anyone.

We must not specifically favor anyone (or a group of people) at the expense of others. God requires that his worshipers desist from segregation and treat all people equally.

The scripture stated: “If you really fulfill the royal law according to the Scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” you do well; but if you show partiality, you commit sin, and are convicted by the law as transgressors” (James 2:8-9).

A person who gives preferential treatment is an unjust person, and he would suffer consequences of his action from God if he (or she) does not repent.

God’s children must love all people and treat them equally – Without partiality.

No Christian is allowed to favor the rich at the expense of the poor. Also, a follower of Jesus Christ must not respect influential people and look down on common people.

A good Christian must learn from God who cares for all people equally.

No iota of partiality is with God! He sends rain in its season to benefit all people. God waters the whole earth to bring out its products for everyone’s consumption.

In addition, believers must learn from Jesus Christ who demonstrated unbiased love to people of his time (while on earth).

He walked around the town doing good to all people without an element of partiality. Jesus even went out of his way to care for people that were rejected by society. The Son of God fed poor people and gave hope to the hopeless

(9a)

Peter advised the Christians living among non-Christians to abstain from fleshy lust since it battles against the soul.

He told them to engage in honest conversation among the Gentiles so that even if they speak against them, their good works would force the Gentiles to glorify God.

Peter told them to subject themselves to every human institution whether it is

(9b)

(i) Teaming up with non-Christians to develop the community.

(ii) Contributing to the meeting the needs of non-Christians.

(iii) Take part in social activities with non-Christians.

 

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